“Jersey Boys,” the long-running Broadway musical hit about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, will close in January 2017 after a run of 11 years. With strong reviews from critics, powerful box…
“Happy Trails,” the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans bio-musical intended to jump-start an overall resurgence of the Rogers brand, has corralled its complete creative team with composer Alan Menken…
A new joint venture has big plans for Roy Rogers, prepping to return the cowboy-performer's brand to the spotlight in a multi-pronged push that includes a brewing Broadway musical penned by Marshall…
“Boardwalk Empire” actor Vincent Piazza has closed a deal to join the cast of Warner Bros. “Jersey Boys.” Director Clint Eastwood and producer Graham King have always liked Piazza for the role of…
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As comprehensive and intimate a portrait of the comic genius as his personal quirks will allow.
Two Gotham-bound shows that met a mixed response from critics in their Chicago tryouts are now busy retooling before their New York bows.
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Premiering at Chicago's Goodman Theater, wispy new jukebox tuner "Turn of the Century" floats along on a thin time-traveling premise and a series of occasionally cute quips.
O.K, so the book is clunky, the backstory is emotionally skeletal and the structure sticks to a generic "VH1 Behind the Music" model, but glance around the newly rechristened August Wilson Theater…
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