Neil Patrick Harris ‘Hedwig And The Angry Inch’ Curse Shocking? Why Broadway Star Yelled At Interrupting Fan During Musical
Did Neil Patrick Harris really curse at a fan during Hedwig and the Angry Inch? Well, sort of. According to Page Six, one female audience member got a bit too excited during last Saturday’s performance of the Broadway musical, which features Harris in drag as the titular character. The lady ye... [Read More]
 
SiriusXM to throw celebration at Carolines in honor of 20 years of ‘The Opie & Anthony Show’
Satellite radio provider SiriusXM’s just announced that beloved radio show, The Opie & Anthony Show will be celebrating the show’s 20th year on the air with fellow comics and fans. The hosts that share the it’s namesake, Greg “Opie” Hughes and Anthony Cumia will wil... [Read More]
 
The strength to keep going and tell his story: John Leguizamo on his fifth HBO special, “Ghetto Klown”
“I reveal all these things about my career, to inspire. I read that 40 percent of Latin kids drop out of high school. And that’s a tragedy in this country. And I know how they feel because I felt the same way. And why is that? That’s just because you don’t feel like you belon... [Read More]
 
'A Confederacy of Dunces' Is Being Turned Into a Play That's Aiming for Broadway
by Bradford Evans After three decades of failed attempts at a movie adaptation, the late John Kennedy Toole's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel A Confederacy of Dunces is being developed into a play that producers are looking to take to Broadway, Variety reports. Playwright Jeffrey Hatcher (Broadway musi... [Read More]
 
Steve Carell Says Paramount Shut Down the 'Anchorman' Broadway Musical Idea
by Megh Wright During a recent interview on the podcast A.D.D. Comedy, Steve Carell revealed an interesting tidbit about Adam McKay and Will Ferrell's original intention to stage the Anchorman sequel as a Broadway musical before developing it into a film: When they first talked about a second Anchor... [Read More]
 
'Scrubs' Is Getting the Broadway Musical Treatment
by Megh Wright A desire to reboot Clone High isn't the only truth bomb Bill Lawrence dropped in his EW interview yesterday. The Scrubs creator also confirmed that there's a Scrubs Broadway musical on the way. While Lawrence said Zach Braff will not star in the production, he did say there's a possib... [Read More]
 
'SNL' Review: Melissa McCarthy and a Farewell to Seth Meyers
by Erik Voss Some episodes of SNL are bigger than the host. For example, this season's premiere spotlighted the show's record six new cast members, while host Tina Fey shone in serviceable roles, like her pep talk to Cecily Strong in the latter's first time co-hosting Weekend Update. Similarly, last... [Read More]
 
Above Average Launches Two New Shows
by Bradford Evans Above Average, the YouTube channel of Lorne Michaels's company Broadway Video, just debuted two new web series this week. The first (above) is called That Couple You Know and it was created by Mike Scollins and Emily Altman. The second (below) is Charles, Your Hangover, written an... [Read More]
 
Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld's "Mysterious Project" Is a Broadway Play
by Megh Wright During his Reddit AMA last week, Jerry Seinfeld hinted at an upcoming collaboration with Larry David. "We wrote this script for this thing that you will eventually see but I can't reveal what it is at this time," he said. "All I can do is tell you that it's big, huge, gigantic." While... [Read More]
 
The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show: Space Suit/Broadway Costume Production
by Jeff Rubin This week on The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show, Jeff is joined by Kari Love, a former Broadway costume producer who now helps build prototype space suits for commercial use, and for space tourists to go into space with. They talk about how she got started on Broadway, what it was like wor... [Read More]