Bonnie & Clyde Hopes to Be Most Wanted


The new musical Bonnie & Clyde opens tomorrow, and only time will tell whether or not this musical will be a hit or yet another flop for composer Frank Wildhorn. His most recent show 16 million dollar production of Wonderland sank in May, which made high-paying investors a little suspect about this new […]

Harvey back on Broadway: Jim Parson returns to the stage

Jim Parsons

According to The New York Times Roundabout Theatre Company announced the Broadway opening date for its revival of “Harvey.” Jim Parsons, two-time Emmy Award winner and Big Bang Theory star, is scheduled to star in the show this summer. Parsons made his Broadway debut earlier this year in Larry Kramer’s play, “The Normal […]

Broadway Feast- Grosses up for week ending 11-27-11


Send to Kindle Broadway enjoyed a blissful feast over the Thanksgiving holiday as expected. Grosses for the week of 11-27-11 increased over $4 million from the previous week with average tickets prices up $15.67 to $104.19 and revenue per seat up $11.28 to $84.31. War Horse  made its way into the millionaire club for the […]

Barbara Cook Ain’t Down Yet!


Send to Kindle 84 year old Barbara Cook, a theater legend, will be commended at The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts for her contribution to American culture this upcoming month.  This leading lady has dazzled and has won the hearts of audiences in her many roles on Broadway including shows such as The […]

Glee’s Darren Criss Gets Slick for His Broadway Debut in How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying


Soon we will have to bid adieu to our favorite little wizard, Daniel Radcliffe, as he is due to leave his corporate climbing run of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying.  But don’t be too concerned!  The Al Hirschfeld Theatre stage will be graced with yet another familiar face, but one perhaps new to the […]

Some Enchanted Evening with Mandy Patinkin and Patti LuPone Opens to Good reviews


Two legendary Broadway performers, Patti LuPone and Mandi Patinkin, create an intimate and powerful musical story in An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin. Featuring the music of Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Kander and Ebb, the two share memories of the past and tell stories about their vibrant friendship. This […]

Noel Coward’s Private Lives Opens on Broadway to Mixed Reviews

Paul Gross and Kim Cattrall

Richard Eyre’s production of Noel Coward’s Private Lives opened Thursday, November 17th at the Cort Theatre on 48th Street.  Kim Cattrall (“Sex and the City”) and Paul Gross (“Slings and Arrows”) lead the small ensemble cast in this classic comedic masterpiece.  Following a critically acclaimed Tony Award-winning revival in 2002 featuring Alan Rickman […]

Seminar Opens at the Golden Theater: Review Roundup


Send to Kindle  The much-anticipated play by Theresa Rebeck, Seminar, has finally opened on Broadway this past weekend. The show starring Alan Rickman as Leonard, the brutish yet well-acclaimed literary figure, accounts four literary hopefuls who decide to take writing sessions in which they face the brunt of a rather unorthodox method of teaching.  In […]

The National Theatre of Great Britain’s “One Man, Two Guvnors” Headed for Broadway

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Richard Bean’s new play One Man, Two Guvnors based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, with songs by Grant Olding is headed for Broadway this spring.  The play opened to critical acclaim at the National Theatre of Great Britain in May followed by a successful UK Tour.  The production is currently playing the […]

“End of the Rainbow” Headed For Broadway This Spring

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Producers of Peter Quilter’s critically acclaimed End of the Rainbow have announced a Broadway arrival March 19, 2012 with an official opening scheduled for April 2nd.  Tracie Bennett will reprise her Olivier Award-nominated portrayal of Judy Garland at the Belasco Theatre this spring under the direction of Tony Award-winner Terry Johnson (La Cage aux […]