Bette still has it as she dazzles the audience in her one woman show at the Booth Theater on Broadway portraying the remarkable Sue Mengers, the most powerful woman agent in Hollywood. Her performance was flawless and her timing impeccable.
David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic returns to Broadway, starring iconic actor Al Pacino as a real estate salesman embroiled in an all-out war with his colleagues over who sells the most property.
The long awaited “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” finally premiered on Broadway Tuesday night (June 14th) before a star-studded audience that included severable notable Chicagoans and Bono and the Edge (from U-2) who provided Spider-Man’s music and lyrics.
This year’s Tony’s did not lack star power, as Jane Fonda, James Gandolfini, Liza Minnelli, Marcia Gay Harden, Geoffrey Rush, Angela Lansbury were all honored with awards.
Legendary performer, singer, composer, actress and music publisher Dolly Patron has come a long way from her dirt-poor roots, leading to her latest venture, a Broadway musical “9 to 5.”