The forthcoming The Devil Wears Prada musical now has one more major plan solidified: its anticipated premiere date. Continue reading “Elton John-Composed The Devil Wears Prada Musical to Debut in Chicago Next Year”
Major League Baseball has endured plenty of cinematic moments over the years, but one unlike any other will occur next year. The Yankees and White Sox will stage a landmark game in the same Iowa cornfields at the center of Field of Dreams. Continue reading “Yankees, White Sox Announce 2020 Game on “Field of Dreams” Soil”
Get ready to rock out with more Queen. Following the success of box office smash Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen’s jukebox musical We Will Rock You is set for a return to North American theaters. The musical will invade 43 cities this fall in a revived production by Canadian theater company Annerin Theatricals. Continue reading “Queen Musical “We Will Rock You” To Tour North America”
Mean Girls fans have only one thing to say about the 2004 high school comedy’s turn as a Broadway musical: “That is so fetch!” The beloved film (and its endless parade of memorable quotes) is about to make its stage debut at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. before premiering on Broadway in March. The hilarious story about a former home-schooled teen messing with the biggest clique around will undoubtedly be the talk of the theatre world when it premieres. In honor of the upcoming stage debut of The Plastics, here’s four other cult classics that could strike similar success as a stage show.
Often times Hollywood takes Broadway’s biggest hits and brings them to the big screen. In other cases, it happens the other way around. Here are some of the most successful movies turned musicals. Continue reading “From Screen to Stage: Hit Movies Turned Musicals”
For the better part of a decade, Jerry Seinfeld has stood at the top of comedy. Now, it appears his reign is over, with Kevin Hart taking over the throne as comedy’s newest king. Hart has been named the highest-paid comedian by Forbes, raking in a whopping $87.5 million. This is over double the $43.5 million that perennial fan-favorite Seinfeld drew in. With Hart now atop the list of highest-earning comedians, it makes you wonder how he came to achieve such success.