It’s worth noting that the women didn’t even mention the massive goat carcass that hung from the ceiling of the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in Lincoln Center as they took their seats. Thankfully, just as the play begins, a silhouetted Pip (Lena Hall) pulled down said carcass and hauled it off-stage.
Sesame Street viewers are now being introduced to Julia, a Muppet with autism. The adorable redhead will first show up on the long-running series alongside Elmo and Abby Cadabby — with whom she first appeared in an online-only digital storybook in 2015 called Sesame Street and Autism: See the Amazing
It’s date night, and you’re at a loss as you try to plan the perfect romantic meal. Thankfully, you can turn to Mr. Romance himself, Rick Grimes, for inspiration. And we’ve got the recipe to help make that magic happen.
Mary Murphy will be back as a judge on So You Think You Can Dance for season 14 this summer. Cat Deeley will also be back as the host. “I am thrilled that Mary will return to So You Think You Can Dance, and I’m sure the fans will be, as well,” Lythgoe said in a statement.
There’s a new barber on Barrow Street and, while he may blink and rats may scuttle, he’s a welcome new off-Broadway addition. The Tooting Arts Club’s production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has transformed the Barrow Street Theatre in the West Village of NYC into a London pie shop
It was the question on many people’s lips when Chicago Justice, the fourth series in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise (which itself is an offshoot of the Law & Order franchise), was first announced: What next? Well, we got Peter Jankowski, an executive producer on all iterations of L&O as well as the four
It looks like Wednesday’s three-part Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Justice crossover is going to hit a little close to home. In the exclusive clip below, Justice‘s Assistant State’s Attorney Peter Stone (Philip Winchester) reveals that the daughter of P.D.‘s Detective Olinsky (Elias Koteas
Just because there’s no open bar at the Dolby Theatre doesn’t mean you can’t toast throughout the 2017 Academy Awards this weekend.