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So we thought it divine when, on a fairly recent evening, we found ourselves in the hood of Studio 54, home to the actors limited run Broadway show “An Act Of God.”
Somewhat of an oxymoron coupling, but why quibble… Read the rest of this entry »
We recently found ourselves with time to kill post a non-formal arrivals line downtown. The day coincided with Helen Mirren’s opening night in the Broadway staging of “The Audience.”
We are HUGE fans of the diva, so we thought to give a stroll by the press event at the Schoenfeld Theater. We arrived to find a barricade pen with only a handful of photographers and thought it a small turn out. The pen wasn’t locked off so we thought rather than shoot in the street we’d contain ourselves with the handful of other photogs.
The PR however didn’t see it our way and had us formally removed from the line. Ain’t that some shit? But not before we came to learn that there would be no Carey Mulligan on the step-and-repeat.
“She cancelled,” sneered one photog. Bummer. She was the highlight of the tip sheet really….
We love Hugh Jackman. Whether he’s busting it out on stage at the TONY’s, clawing his way across a field of bad guys in any of the X-Men flicks or softly carrying his adorable pet pooch Allegra, on the streets of NYC – the man can do NO wrong.
How many men can you say that about? Read the rest of this entry »
“American Sniper” star Bradley Cooper, presently found on the Broadway stage in “The Elephant Man,” is set to take his stage production back home across the pond to London, reports state. Read the rest of this entry »
Fresh off her Golden Globes win, Ruth Wilson officially opened the Manhattan Theater Company’s new play “Constellations,” costarring standoff-ish hottie Jake Gyllenhaal, last night. Read the rest of this entry »
Dame Helen Mirren will reprise her Olivier Best Actress award winning role as HRH Queen Elizabeth II in the hit play The Audience, reports state. The West End production will cross the pond and head into the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre for a limited four month run. Read the rest of this entry »
Cantankerous star and former-lead of the Michael Bay Transformers’ franchise Shia LaBeouf has gone and done what thousands before him could never achieve while at the infamous space known as Studio 54: behave so badly that he ended up arrested and spending a night at 1 Police Plz.
Without question this is certainly a first for the space the housed a rumored basement – and balcony – where an anything goes practice was standard.
And wouldn’t you know it… we leave town on a work hiatus – only just managing to finally get on a wi-fi signal – and BAM! Papi is arrested while attending an evening performance of Cabaret.
Ain’t that something…? Read the rest of this entry »
Patti LaBelle will close the last leg of the Broadway Cotton Club era musical “After Midnight,” reports state. The final curtain will fall on June 29th. Producers are faulting the shows’ abrupt closing to losing out its Tony nomination to “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder.” Read the rest of this entry »
Well that was quick! Not a week after winning a Tony Award for his role in the reprisal of Hedwig and The Angry Inch, star Neil Patrick Harris has announced his imminent departure from the James Cameron Mitchell musical about a tranny, reports state. Read the rest of this entry »
Hotness Jake Gyllenhaal will make his Broadway debut in the hit play by British playwright Nick Payne, reports state. The 33-year-old big screen sex symbol of such hit films as “Brokeback Mountain,” “Prisoners,” and “End of Watch,” will take on the role of Roland, originated in London by Rafe Spall. Read the rest of this entry »