People ask me what Broadway show I would have loved to produce, or what type of show I am looking to produce. I usually give a [...]
Or imagine if you had to take over Hugh Jackman’s role in Steady Rain, or Boy From Oz , or anything.
Well, that’s exactly how Rufus Norris must feel.
Who’s Rufus? Glad you asked.
Well we now know that the muscle behind the move was Rocky, the new musical, which has been training in Germany for the [...]
The Authors of The Book of Mormon were featured in a NY Times article a few weeks ago. If you only read Arts and Leisure then you probably missed it because this 1000 worder was in the Media and Advertising pages of the Biz section.
Oooh, and you all know [...]
Yep, everyone’s favorite 40 Year Old Virgin, Judd Apatow, could be the next Neil Simon. But, that’s not what he has in mind. When asked about the play and [...]
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