The print newspaper business might be dead, but 'The Front Page' is coming back in a big way. The classic 1928 newspaper drama written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur play is coming back to Broadway with one very newsworthy cast. The star studded cast includes John Slattery (Mad Men), Nathan Lane ('The Producers,' 'Addams Family'), and John Goodman ('West Wing,' 'Treme'),Jefferson Mays ('A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder') and Rosemary Harris ('The Road to Mecca'). The new revival will be directed by Jack O’Brien (Hairspray,' 'The Coast of Utopia').
From Bradley Cooper to Benedict Cumberpatch, it seems like all the Hollywood "A-listers" are heading to across the pond to London's "West-End" Theater District to take their shots at performing live theater.
The times certainly are a-changin' for R&B's rising new talent, Tinashe--and for Mr. Bob Dylan too. The two are mentioned together because back in 2003, Tinashe sang a Dylan number to the man himself in a little movie of his entitled "Masked and Anonymous."
Jack White may not be your favorite rock star as of late but that hasn't hindered a massive six-figure donation made by the musician to the National Blues Museum. Announced on Monday, Jack White is an advocate of preserving music and its history.
While a trailer may not be the best indication of the film, the score may really be what lingers in the foreground, a notable and sympathetic piece that details the struggles, hardships and ultimate sacrifice dealt to our heroes as they work to unearth the classics.