Larry David’s final performance in his play will be on June 7, which is when the freshman playwriting effort was slated to shutter. Instead, the run has been extended six weeks, with his… 122 more words
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Queenie Pie was the talk of the town and Duke Ellington was the reason. When the great jazz composer died in 1974, he left behind an unfinished “street opera” that offered resplendent possibilities with its exuberant score, Harlem setting and memorable characters. 834 more words
Audra McDonald, the Broadway favorite who last year notched a history-making sixth Tony win, will star next spring in “Shuffle Along, or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed,” a musical that reunites director George C. 193 more words
In the matter of “Fish In the Dark,” the people have spoken. This outlandish comedy penned by Larry David, who also plays the lead role, opened with a stratospheric advance of $13.5 million and is grossing more than a million a week. 584 more words
EXCLUSIVE: Scott Rudin has acquired rights to Kazuo Ishiguro’s epic new novel The Buried Giant. The book, which has been ecstatically reviewed, follows a couple in a semi-historical Medieval Britain as they venture forth across a war-ravaged landscape in search of a son they haven’t seen in years. 109 more words
EXCLUSIVE: Eugene O’Neill may be coming back to Broadway, courtesy of producer Scott Rudin.
But first: Bitter cold weather isn’t thwarting theatergoers’ determination to get in on previews of… 273 more words
Sony bought the rights for the graphic novel of Scott McCloud’s ‘The Sculptor’ and the movie adaptation will be produced by Scott Rudin.
After all of the troubles that came with Sony hacks there were talks that Sony will need a long time to recover the harm. 345 more words