Andrew Rannells, who starred in Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon” before going on to TV gigs in “The New Normal” and “Girls,” will take over for Neil Patrick Harris in the Tony-winning production of…
The Plaza Hotel turned into a hive of Tony Awards congregants June 9 following the Radio City Music Hall ceremony. As the black-tie crowd crowded the bars and food stations, everyone agreed it was a…
Though they starred in shows that ran for only single seasons, Rannells and Gad had interesting adventures in the smallscreen world.
HBO's salute to season two of "Girls" saw the sitcom's lead quartet -- Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet -- besieged by photogs and well-wishers at NYU's Skirball Center…
"Girls" is that odd duck that shouldn't be missed, and at times, can barely be watched.
Upcoming shows include CW's "The Carrie Diaries," ABC's "Nashville," NBC's "Chicago Fire," Fox's "The Mindy Project," more . . .
"The Book of Mormon," "Catch Me If You Can," "The Scottsboro Boys" and "Sister Act" will vie for the top new tuner Tony, while new play contenders are "Good People," "Jerusalem," "The Motherfucker…
Given the key contributors that "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed with for their first Broadway outing, one might expect "The Book of Mormon" to show the influences of…
Josh Gad, Nikki M. James and Andrew Rannells are among the thesps to have booked roles in upcoming Broadway tuner "The Book of Mormon."
A funny, frothy mix of pep, pop and wink-wink naughtiness.
Army Archerd, whose 52-year run as a Daily Variety columnist made him unique among showbiz reporters, died Tuesday in Los Angeles of a rare form of mesothelioma, a lung cancer thought to be the…