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').
No director, no set, no problem. Tonight Nathan Lane takes the ultimate challenge by jumping blindly down the rabbit hole in Nassim Soleimanpour’s 'White Rabbit Red Rabbit.' That is not all. Nathan Lane also recently reunited with his old pal Matthew Broderick in a Donald Trump based 'Producers' parody for 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' titled “Trumped.”.
Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick recently reprised their roles from the smash hit Broadway musical/film 'The Producers'in a brand new sketch from 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' Only this time they are Bialystock and Bloom Political Consultants and their scheme involves secretly running Donald J Trump’s Presidential campaign, promising ambassadorships to France in exchange for donations. What could possibly go right? Check out the video below to see the sketch for yourself which also includes cameos from Jimmy Kimmel and the legendary Cloris Leachman.
If you have ever been involved with theater before, odds are there have been moments where just want to get rid of the director. And who can really be bothered with all those pesky rehearsals. And sets can be great but at the end of the day, who really needs them? 'White Rabbit Red Rabbit' gets rid off that hassle that normally comes with a production. The avant garde play by Nassim Soleimanpour just throws actors up on stage with a script and let's them at it. The experimental show is now heading to NYC for a run of Monday only shows. Working without a set, rehearsals or a director on the one night a week that most performers are free means we will get to see some pretty names including Nathan Lane, David Hyde Pierce, Whoopi Goldberg, Alan Cumming and more.
The Goodman Theater’s renowned, four-act epic drama "The Iceman Cometh" is coming to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for a six-week engagement. The show stars Tony Award winners Nathan Lane and Brian Dennehy in the revival of Eugene O’Neill’s portrait of hope and disillusionment.
Rupert Grint, 'Ron Weasley' in the 'Harry Potter' films, will make his Broadway debut this fall in a play by Terrence McNally.
Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers and Nathan Lane all won Tonys for playing Pseudolus in the classic musical comedy. Will James Corden, Tony winner for 'One Man, Two Guvnors,' be next?
Full casting has been announced for Carnegie Hall's one-off concert performance of 'Guys and Dolls' on April 3 at 7:30 p.m. And, following in the well-established tradition of classically-inflected musical theater concerts, the line-up is stellar.