OMGOMGOMG! Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin, and Tavi Gevinson Are Broadway Bound in This Is Our Youth!

How exciting is this? Michael Cera, wowlebrity-in-law Kieran Culkin, and Rookie magazine editor/teen style guru Tavi Gevinson TOGETHER... ON BROADWAY.... Why, it's a hipster's wet dream! Any ONE of ... See the Rest

“It’s a Knockout!” Says The LA Times of Mike Tyson’s One-Man Show

We might have all thought we were being punked when we first saw the ads for Mike Tyson's one-man show directed by Spike Lee coming to the Pantages Theater in LA, but, lo and behold, not only is it real, ... See the Rest

Tuck Everlasting Heads to Broadway

The musical, based on the classic 1975 YA novel about a young girl who befriends a family that has gained eternal life by drinking from a spring that flows from a mysterious tree in the woods, ... See the Rest

Your First Look: Newsies on Broadway

Spot Connelly, Racetrack Higgins, Crutchy, Boots, Mush – they're all here! And hot DAMN, there's nothing like a bunch of singin' and dancin' turn-of-the-century street waifs to get my juices going. I. CANNOT. WAIT! (via See the Rest

Tune for the Toilet

This song is no joke. At least it wasn't meant to be. It's news to us, but in the 1960s corporations often hired Broadway songwriters to compose show-stopping musicals about their products then get them recorded on albums which would be given away at trade shows. In 1969, the ... See the Rest

Cody Linley is Broadway bound

After the runaway smash success of his recent horror flick Forget Me ... See the Rest

OMG! Meet Broadway’s Spider-man: Reeve Carney

Wow! Yum! Holy Moley! The $50 million Bono/Edge-scored Broadway musical is set to debut "sometime in 2010" starring THIS DUDE, Reeve Carney from the band Carney. And all I can say is "POINT ME TO THE TICKET MASTER!" and ... See the Rest

The house that Harry built

Here is the $5.65 million, five bedroom Manhattan townhouse on West 12th Street that Daniel Radcliffe just bought. It was originally built in 1847 by a sea captain for his daughter, which is vaguely interesting, I suppose. Or ... See the Rest