[Blind Gossip] This very famous singer really wants to become an actor.
She doesn’t [Read more…] about Muggy Or Wooden
[Blind Gossip] This very famous TV star was at the theater the other night with an attractive blonde. They were holding hands and leaning in to one another and whispering and giggling together. Before kissing, he [Read more…] about Devoted Family Man Goes To The Theater
[All In Spare Time] What film star was set to make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in the upcoming revival of Cabaret [Read more…] about Star Actress Bailed From Caberet
[New York Post] Which late theater person had a past that was about to catch up with him?
It’s a poignant moment at the Tony Awards when Broadway takes note of its own who died this past year, drawing applause and perhaps tears, as well.
But if the Tony crowd knew the full story, they’d [Read more…] about Broadway Guy Had a Sordid Past
[National Enquirer] Which well-respected actor of stage and screen is starting to show signs of emotionally unraveling on the set of his critically acclaimed cable show? The nearly 60-year-old star raised eyebrows when he suddenly and mysteriously dropped out of a hit network show a few years back!
[National Enquirer] This 60-something stage and film star was caught in a hotel room wearing a dress and makeup! The Oscar winner, who married a popular ’80s teen actress, attracted attention after guests called about a loud commotion in one of the rooms. When security and hotel management arrived, [Read more…] about Mr Dress Up
[Blind Gossip] This pretty and talented actress has done some growing up, but she continues to be haunted by her past.
When she started out in Hollywood, she was willing to do whatever it took to get a job, and she entered into a full-fledged affair with a major Hollywood producer. After her career started taking off, she tried to end the relationship with The Producer. The Producer got very angry, and [Read more…] about Still Paying For Old Mistakes
[Village Voice] Which ’70s writer and her husband who sat next to me during a recent play had a lively conversation at full volume all throughout the performance? (“Who’s that?” “He looks old!”; “Who blackmailed him?” “The KGB!”; “This scene reminds me of the conversation we had about our vacation.” “Really?”) Why didn’t I shut them up? (Free answer: They were entertaining!)