Broadway staged a quick comeback Tuesday. Mayor Michael Bloomberg called in a mediator Monday night to settle the four-day musicians' strike that shuttered 18 Broadway musicals over the weekend.
Phil Oesterman, director of the upcoming musical "Urban Cowboy," died Tuesday of heart failure at his home in Fort Myers, Fla. He was 64.
No longer called "Thoel," the new Billy Joel-Twyla Tharp musical will get a more mellifluous moniker, "Movin' Out," for its upcoming Broadway debut.
Stevie Nicks' solo performance at the Universal Ampitheater was a triumphant homecoming for the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman, which was by turns adventurous and predictable.
Director James Bridges has ably captured the atmosphere of one of the most famous chip-kicker hangouts of all: Gilley's Club on the outskirts of Houston.
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