It’s still unclear whether Hillary Clinton will be headed to the White House in 2016, but we do know she’ll be headed to New York City this summer, thanks to a new musical.
Why did it take so long to take the classic time-traveling flick to the stage, anyway?
A Danish theater company tried to make Amy Winehouse’s dad give over the rights to her music and he said no, no, no.
Berry Gordy has long been driven to tell the the Motown story and wrote “Motown the Musical,” which will now make its way to Broadway, according to the Detroit News.
With a little help from his friend Dave Stewart (formerly of the Eurythmics), Ringo Starr is developing a movie musical for Paramount, reports entertainment industry website Deadline.com.
Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, and Andy Samberg have all signed on to star in “One Hit Wonders,” a movie musical by Ryan Murphy. Paltrow, Witherspoon & Diaz will play ’90s divas who […]
One of the classics of American Musical Theatre is Rogers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” now running at the Fox through November 21st. This is the same revival that ran on Broadway at Lincoln Center, winning […]