Last week the Roundabout Theatre Company announced that Sienna Miller will make her Broadway debut in its production of "After Miss Julie." Miller will portray a sexually provocative young lady who wreaks havoc on a family. Enough said.
Producer James L. Nederlander has obtained the rights to produce a "Thriller" musical. Could this spooky adaptation help Michael Jackson make a comeback?
Katie Holmes' Broadway bow in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" drew quite the crowd… of Scientology protesters.
Jennifer Garner starred opposite Kevin Kline as Cyrano's beloved Roxanne in a revival of "Cyrano de Bergerac". We can't help but wonder if Matt Damon helped write some of Ben's pick up lines.
Lance Bass was in sync with his character Corny Colllins in his Broadway debut in Hairspray.
Jeremy Piven's debut in David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow" drew almost unanimous reviews, but the thesp had to quit early due to extreme mercury toxicity. Or something.
Haylie "older sister of Hilary" Duff made her Broadway debut as Tracy Turnblad's arch-nemesis Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray. She was also Pedro's arch-nemesis in Napoleon Dynamite. Do we sense a trend?
"Dancing with the Stars" finalist Mario Lopez took his smooth moves over to "A Chorus Line" for his stage debut.
Funnyman Will Ferrell takes his "You're Welcome America, A Final Night With George W. Bush" to the Great White Way this winter. Republicans and Democrats alike rejoice.