NEW YORK -- Brace yourself Broadway. Dame Edna, that irrepressible Aussie with the purple hair, elaborate gowns and extensive collection of jewelry, is set for a return engagement this November.
NEW YORK -- Curtain up? Just barely. Broadway is anticipating a glum couple of weeks at the box office, primarily because of the Republican National Convention followed by the Labor Day weekend, a traditionally slow time for shows.
NEW YORK -- "Little Women," Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel, has been an indestructible Hollywood property.
NEW YORK -- Get ready for major cast changes at "Sly Fox," the Larry Gelbart comedy, playing at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Most of the newcomers arrive Aug. 17.
NEW YORK -- It's back to the pyramids for Adam Pascal, who originated the role of Radames, the handsome Egyptian soldier, in Disney's long-running musical, "Aida."
NEW YORK -- Hollywood had Hugh Jackman as Van Helsing. Broadway has Stephen McKinley Henderson as the fearless vampire hunter in "Dracula, The Musical," which opens Aug. 16 at the Belasco Theatre.\r\n
NEW YORK -- Roz Ryan is back in the role of Mama Morton, the saucy, salacious prison matron in the long-running Broadway revival of "Chicago.
NEW YORK -- As host of the 2004 Tony Awards, Hugh Jackman knows how to move a show along, whether on-camera or off.
You are hereby summoned to consider the verdict of "The Jury," a new drama premiering with back-to-back episodes at 8 p.m. Tuesday on FOX (WFXG-TV, Channel 54).
NEW YORK -- In the vast, cool darkness of Radio City Music Hall, entertainment for the 2004 Tony Awards comes together in bits and pieces.