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Manheim Fox, a producer of the 1980s Broadway hit "Sophisticated Ladies" who worked with a variety of musical and theatrical artists, including George Burns, Barbra Streisand and Johnny Cash, died…
Alicia Silverstone has signed on to join the cast of the Broadway world preem of "The Performers," the porn-industry comedy in which Henry Winkler also appears.
Peter Pan prequel "Peter and the Starcatcher" has caught itself a Broadway home, with the show set to begin perfs in March at the Brooks Atkinson Theater.
"Relatively Speaking," the trio of Broadway one-acts by big-name scribes Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May, will close at the end of the month.
With or without his brother Joel, Ethan Coen has long been partial to characters who function beyond the social pale.
"When Woody Got His Groove Back" might have been the subtitle of "Midnight in Paris," the wry, time-traveling fantasy that has now become the comedy icon's most financially successful film.