How-to book "Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man" is being developed as a stage comedy that aims to bow next year in a commercial Off Broadway production.
To bill "The Producers" as "A New Mel Brooks Musical," as the Hollywood Bowl did this weekend, was quite a stretch.
Comic murder mystery "A Ghost of a Chance" draws on American tradition and samurai spirit to deliver a hilarious supernatural scenario with a legal angle.
Will the Tonys please stop snubbing Nathan Lane?
Jim Brochu paints a remarkably sympathetic portrait of Zero Mostel.
Does an exemplary job of celebrating the seminal achievements of Gertrude Berg and reaffirming her status as a broadcasting pioneer.
Though stuffed with witty one-liners and wondrously convoluted tirades, pic often loses itself in excess verbiage.
Agent and theater author Toby Cole died May 22 in Berkeley, Calif. of complications after a hip fracture. She was 92.
Obnoxious can be funny if it's safely on the other side of the footlights. One is grateful for that unbreached fourth wall in "Zero Hour," which has Jim Brochu reincarnating the force of nature known…
When Jim Brochu makes his entrance as Zero Mostel, his visage is eerily reminiscent of Al Hirschfield's New York Times caricature of Mostel as Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof." Though his vocal timbre…
Back in the 1980s when funnyman Mickey Rooney was touring in this toga-togged tuner, he told an interviewer, "After you sing the opening number, there's not one laugh in this show other than what the…