Broadway: Uma Thurman Shows She Has the Chops in a Watery New Play from “House of Cards” Writer

Don’t get me wrong– I really like Beau Willimon’s writing. “Ides of March” is a terrific movie. The first few seasons of Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Springsteen On Broadway Extended Through June: I Told You Back On October 20th

Springsteen on Broadway has been extended through June. I told you this on October 20th, but hey–nice to hear it officially now. Categories: Celebrity Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway Has a New Hamilton-Sized Hit in “The Band’s Visit,” A Gorgeous, Perfect Musical Starring Tony Shalhoub and “Overnight Sensation” Katrina Lenk

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Michael Moore Slams Donald Trump’s “Un-Presidential” Slag of His Broadway Show on Twitter

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Broadway Review: Clive Owen Makes a Rocking Broadway Return in Julie Taymor’s Must See “M Butterfly”

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Bruce Springsteen Broadway Show Born to Run Through June and Tony Awards at $2 Mil Per Week

Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway show is born to run– til June, if it must. That’s the best way for Bruce to ensure active Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway: Bruce Springsteen One Man Show Drops by $407,000– Even with Crazy Prices

The second full week of “Springsteen on Broadway” brought a box office surprise. Even with crazy secondary market prices– thousands of dollars Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Review: Bruce Springsteen’s Transcendent One Man Broadway Show: He’s Just Like Us and Not At All

Bruce Springsteen is just like us and then again, not at all. He’s like us: he struggles with his childhood, has father Categories: Featured Music Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Cher’s Musical Show “The Cher Show” Set for Chicago Tryout Next June, Then Broadway

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Broadway: “Hello, Dolly!” Crashes Again During Bette Midler’s Week Off, Falls Below $1 Million

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Broadway: Tony Winner Bernadette Peters Tapped to Succeed Bette Midler in “Hello, Dolly!”

This is Part 2 to my story from this morning. Bernadette Peters is taking over as the title character in “Hello, Dolly!” Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Bruce Springsteen Broadway Run Extended by 10 Weeks After Tickets Sell Out Instantly

Bruce Springsteen may be on Broadway forever. Today tickets went on sale to his limited run one man show on Broadway beginning Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway Gets A Late Summer Gift with “Prince of Broadway” And An A List Premiere

There is much to love in “Prince of Broadway,” legendary producer-director Hal Prince’s tribute to himself. I mean it: the show is Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway: “Chocolate Factory” Starts to Melt, “Doll’s House,” “1984” Bleeding Money

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Broadway: Bill Murray’s Visits Didn’t Help, “Groundhog Day” Will Close Anyway Next Month

It’s all over for “Groundhog Day.” I told you on Monday that Bill Murray’s two visits last week to the Broadway show Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway: “Groundhog Day” Box Office Recovers After Bill Murray’s Two Very Public Visits

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Michael Moore’s All Star Opening Night Broadway Audience: From Harry Belafonte, Rosie O’Donnell, Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue And More

Michael Moore scored an all star audience for his opening night on Broadway. His one man show, “The Terms of My Surrender” Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway: With Bette Midler Out for a 2nd Week, “Hello, Dolly!” Does Worse Than Revivals of “Cats” and “Miss Saigon”

Goodbye, Dolly. Without Bette Midler in the title role, the musical “Hello, Dolly!” fell to unheard of lows last week. The show Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

Broadway: Bette Midler Goes on 2 Week Vacation and Tickets Are Suddenly Available Like Crazy

Goodbye, Dolly. Hello, Donna. Last night Donna Murphy stepped into the role of Dolly Levi in “Hello, Dolly!” and I’m sure she Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411

A Broadway First: “1984,” Looking for Publicity, Bans Children Under 13 Years of Age

It’s a first, but it’s a bit of a canard. The new play, “1984,” will not allow children under the age of Categories: Featured Theater (Read more…) Showbiz411


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