Cher is going to be in the long-awaited sequel to Mama Mia, which is literally called Mama Mia: Here We Go Again! The exclamation point is part of the title. Anyway, she’s been dropping hints about her role and guess what? They’re delightful! Exclamation point!
Pop star, Academy Award-winning actress and emoji hero Cher is being honored with a musical about her life. The accompanying songs will be the music of Cher. The actresses (three of them) will all play Cher. It’s called the The Cher Show, and the setting for the show is Cher’s own mind. The musical is based on a…
Garry Marshall’s final project, Pretty Woman: The Musical, is finally coming to Broadway. Are you ready for that?
The Mean Girls musical is full swing, and now there’s a promo featuring The Plastics in all their stage-ready glory.
The Mean Girls musical—which is still happening—will be updated for “the present time,” because 2004 is now as far distant as the 1950s. The Victorian era. The time of the Romans!
Barbara Cook, who originated the role of Marian the Librarian in The Music Man on Broadway and after a tumultuous career eventually became one of America’s best-known and most beloved cabaret singers, has died at 89. Her catalog is incredible.
Controversy has been brewing around the Broadway production of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 since it was announced that actor Mandy Patinkin was being brought on to replace Okieriete “Oak” Onaodowan, of Hamilton fame.
When it comes to diversity in theater, women and minorities are unsurprisingly underrepresented in the industry.
Well-heeled audiences are really having a hard time stomaching the new Broadway adaptation of 1984, with reports that viewers are fainting, vomiting and...getting in fights with each other as a result of its more alarming scenes. Finally, a theatrical production befitting of the times!
Attention, lovers of the stage! The 71st Tony Awards are being held tonight, and this open thread is your place to discuss everything from Cate Blanchett’s performance in The Present to Kevin Spacey’s monologue to why Andrew Rannells is perfect.
Cher, one of the most iconic pop singers and Twitter users of all time, is allowing us all to revel in her life story via a Broadway musical that she announced will be out in 2018.
On Saturday, recently ousted FBI chief and noted tall person, James Comey, attended a D.C. performance of the Tony award-winning musical Fun Home, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Alison Bechdel. His wife, Patrice, accompanied him. For those who haven’t read the book or seen the show, Fun Home is a…
You have not lived until you have watched Patti LuPone, clad in jewels and silk, sitting on a Lucite bed using a claw grabber to pick up jewels that have strayed too far from her. Luckily, I have lived a life well lived.
It will take a lot of singing to redeem a version of The Devil Wears Prada that doesn’t feature Meryl Streep, but these guys can probably cram the necessary numbers in there.
Hallelujah, you’ve finally landed a ticket to Hamilton, so to speak: PBS is airing its long-awaited Hamilton/Hamilton documentary tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern, featuring none other than Lin-Manuel Miranda and his good pal Barack Obama, among others. (They haven’t let it go to their heads, however; a Jezebel staffer saw…
Picture it: You’re settling into the damp, dark uterine warmth of your regular SoulCycle class, candles flickering atmospherically, when you hear it—the insistent organ and pounding, synth-y beats of the opening notes of The Phantom of the Opera. Act fast, and this could be your reality!
“Wyd...,” North West thought to herself, while surrounded by frightening, tall-sized kids dressed like humongous cats at the revival of Cats, a Broadway musical (starring Leona Lewis) that Auntie Kourtney drug North along to so she could experience the Arts firsthand even though all she wanted to do was eat an…
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.