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Twitter Lost Its Mind Over “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 6 “All I Care about Is Love”

Bob went to the hospital and back to his childhood. Gwen smuggled girls to him (and got him his own damn room). And Chita got ready to serve “All that Jazz.” How did Twitter...

“Anthem”: John Cameron Mitchell’s Musical Features Glenn Close and Patti LuPone

For years, John Cameron Mitchell has been asked — and asked himself — will there ever be a sequel to Hedwig and the Angry Inch? Well, yes. And no. At 56, Mitchell is busier...

Who Texted Chita Rivera about “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 5 “Where Am I Going?”

Bob had a breakdown! Gwen sang! And even though the skies were gray, the cast was radiant in the wake of Judith’s passing in Fosse/Verdon Episode 5 “Where Am I...

Twitter in Uproar as “Fosse/Verdon” Goes Full “Pippin” in Episode 4 “Glory”

Well, Fosse/Verdon promised to go full “Pippin” this week, and they delivered. Here’s how the show’s fans and creators are flipping out over Season One...

Twitter Is Predicting Emmys After “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 3 “Me and My Baby”

Bob Fosse had trouble in the editing room, and Gwen Verdon had trouble with rehearsal. But Twitter was having no trouble expressing itself over Fosse/Verdon Episode 3, “Me...

The “Fosse/Verdon” Premiere Has Arrived and Twitter Is Reacting

The Fosse/Verdon premiere featured epic lines (“Can she act?”), stellar dancing, and an introduction to the dark, smoky, well-choreographed world of greats Bob Fosse...

“Rocketman” Star Taron Egerton Says He’s Playing His Hero: Elton John

Taron Egerton — the star of this summer’s Elton John biopic, Rocketman — wants to make two things clear: First, he’s over the moon about the picture. Second,...

Kiss Me, Kate

In Cole Porter’s sparkling 1948 musical, the warring lovers of The Taming of the Shrew are causing trouble both onstage and off. While putting on a musical version of...

TV Offers an All-New Live “Rent” Tonight — With Original Cast Member Cameos

For those who saw its broadway-shaking theatrical run, it’s hard to believe this year marks the 20th Anniversary of the debut of Rent, Jonathan Larson’s re-imagining of...

“Dear Evan Hansen” Redux: Pasek and Paul Take Their Tony Winner on the Road

When Dear Evan Hansen first opened in December 2016, the unassuming musical about a high schooler with his arm in a cast and a catchy score took Broadway by surprise, in part...

It’s Cher and Cher Alike in Broadway’s Dark Lady Tribute “The Cher Show”

Forget about turning back time. Turn in your gay card if you don’t love one Cher era or another. The Cher Show is the new Broadway musical peering into the life of a pop...

30 LGBTQ Golden Globe Nominations Worth Applauding

What lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer projects and performers are worth rooting for among the announced 2018 Golden Globe nominations? We take a look at how the...