Tituss Burgess, beloved Titus Andromedon of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, is doing his utmost to bring a version of the 1996 Whitney Houston/Denzel Washington seasonal classic The Preacher’s Wife to Broadway.
It’s just a jump to the left, but somehow the newly released rendition of “Time Warp” from Fox’s remake of the Rocky Horror Picture Show has taken the song from DIY freak carnival to Disney Channel nightmare. Brad, let’s go back, I’m cold and I’m frightened!
Phillipa Soo will play the lead in the upcoming Broadway production of Amélie after she’s done with Hamilton. I’m sorry to have to relay the news that Hamilton continues to completely fall apart.
Wicked, a word guaranteed to conjure vivid memories for anybody who’s been in a marching band or drama club for the last decade or so, is officially going to be a movie.
Red carpet event coverage is some of the most love-to-hate television in our culture, the brouhaha and pomp of the glamorous people in fancy dresses and tuxedos imbibed from the comforts of our own homes, often with wine and sweatpants. The regular rotation of hosts—E!’s Giuliana and Terrence J, most reliably, if…
At the top of Sunday night’s show, host James Corden joked that the Tony Awards would be much more diverse than the Oscars—but it wasn’t just a joke. Black performers won all four musical acting categories at the Tonys for the first time in the show’s history.
Lucifer clasps his sooty hands together, as he sits behind a bright red-orange desk surrounded by flames, wearing a black Snuggie. He tosses his head back, unleashes a piercing cackle and pounds on the desk, knocking his scepter off in the process. “Yes,” he whispers. “Hamilton is crumbling.”
Cynthia Erivo, the British singer and actress currently starring as Celie in Broadway’s The Color Purple, performed one of the show’s closing songs, “I’m Here,” on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show, and—in four breathtaking minutes—proved that she has a better voice than you.
The walloping success of Broadway musical Hamilton has, unsurprisingly, enticed a host of sneaky enterprisers to buy tickets in bulk and resell them at exponentially high markups. But now the producers have taken measures to hamper this practice.
Tom Hooper, the prolific director of humorless Oscar-bait including Les Miserables, will direct a movie version of the musical Cats. And I’ll just say if I have to sit through a dirtied-up Anne Hathaway scream-belting “Memory” I swear to God I will burn the theater down.
Well, someone tell me, when is it Bab’s turn? Don’t she get a dream for herself Starting now, it’s gonna be Bab’s turn. Gangway, world, Gypsy’s going to the big screen. Starting now, she bats a thousand! This time, boys, she’s taking the bows aaaaaaaaaand...
A New Zealand high school’s production of Sweeney Todd went wrong (or, from another angle, completely right) when two students suffered real neck cuts from a prop razor during their opening night performance.
In a most unusual role reversal, Hamilton could be in trouble over a casting call that seeks “non-white” actors and appears to violate human rights law.
Having done The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, and The Wiz—excuse me, The Sound of Music Live!, Peter Pan Live! and The Wiz Live!—NBC is gearing up for Hairspray, which now has an official air date: December 7.
If you have children under a certain age, then you’ve likely seen Frozen more times than you can count. You probably also know all of the lyrics to “Let It Go,” which, at first, you appreciated for its defiant lyrics, but now you’ve come to truly loathe that dumb song. And maybe you’d like to have a word or two with…
Because we at Jezebel are in the habit of documenting the most important sociopolitical moments of our time, we have united as one to liveblog Fox’s Grease Live! with a sharp-eyed panel of Grease experts, pundits, and tween YouTube stars. Join us as we evaluate each subtextually sexual moment, and take stabs at…
Last night on Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Valencia—the romantic rival of the show’s protagonist Rebecca Bunch—got to show off her softer side with the pop-country anthem “Women Gotta Stick Together.” But try as she might, the poor sexy yoga instructor (played by Gabrielle Ruiz) had a hard time putting her girl power message…
In an interview with E Online, Laverne Cox said that she’s working hard to transform herself into Frank-N-Furter, the role that Tim Curry inscribed on all of our impressionable young minds. Fox announced in October that it was rebooting the musical and that Cox would star as the fishnet wearing “sweet transvestite…