Every year at this time, there's usually a Broadway show that legiters say really needs a Tony — a worthy but underselling title for which an award looks like a potential box office savior. This…
I’ll Eat You Last
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Some years, the Tony nominations are announced and Broadway shows fall like dominoes. But this year, two days after the nominations, the news is good: Tom Hanks starrer "Lucky Guy," nominated for six…
In "I'll Eat You Last," the dishy Broadway play that opened April 24, it's not just Bette Midler who holds the stage for the 90-minute solo show. Backing her up is one heckuva glam set. . .
Wouldn’t we all kill to be invited to a dinner party at Sue Mengers’? But, as Bette Midler puts it so plainly to the auds at her solo show, “Of course I would ask you to stay but … well … look at…
The five shows opening on Broadway this week have all gotten an awards-season boost, with the Drama League naming a wide-ranging slate of nominations that includes "Macbeth," "The Testament of Mary,"…
Sometimes, legit critics still sell tickets. Case in point: "Matilda," the Broadway transfer of the Brit hit that won Stateside raves after its April 11 opening – and then topped $1 million for the…
As Tom Hanks topliner "Lucky Guy" continued to rake it in at the Broadway box office last week, star-driven plays led by Better Midler and Alec Baldwin joined the fray and Midler outing "I'll Eat You…
With James Bond adventure "Skyfall" taking in more than $1 billion, scribe John Logan could be sitting on his laurels, especially since inking the deal to write the next two Bonds and having already…
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