We're excited/fascinated to report that Alan Cumming is set to star in an upcoming one-man version of Macbeth for the National Theatre of Scotland next June, which will thereafter transfer to New York's Lincoln Center. Sweet!
Aww! We wish we could have been there! We bet he was stupendous!
Last night, Hugh Jackman's one man show, Hugh Jackman, Back On Broadway, opened at the Broadhurst Theatre. We'll make sure to check the reviews when they come out later, but from the look on his face and the faces of his fans, we can't imagine he didn't deliver!
He's just that good!!!
Congrats, Hugh! Here's hoping for a sold-out run!!!
The Boy from Oz is back and we're so pleased to see him in his element. Course, we'd also love to see him do this in El Lay, so we could listen to him sing live three times a week. Hint, hint.
If you live near or are visiting New York soon, you MUST try to catch Hugh Jackson's one-man show on the Great White Way. Approporately named, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway, the Tony winner is accompanied by a ten-piece orchestra helping him to perform an ecletic assortment of songs from Broadway tunes to Great American Songbook classics, and even some aboriginal music from his native Australia.
Such a talent! Check out the video (above) to get a peek at his show!
April Ryan, the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, asked Spicer how the White House plans to "revamp its image" after two months of divisive policies and persistent reports of Trump's connection to Russia.
Unfortunately, the word "Russia" triggered old Spicey like a Soviet sleeper agent, launching him into full-on defensive jerkwad mode.
Spicer interrupted Ryan's question to unleash a cued-up tirade, barking: