Broadway prepares a welcome for Chinglish, the new comedy play written by David Henry Hwang. Before it moves to New York, it will be finishing up at the Goodman Theater in Chicago.
Showtime At The Apollo, a syndicated music television show, is planning to come back, this time on cable.
NEW YORK – It’s a dark, crowded basement on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. A small Asian woman gets on stage in front of a crowd of mixed age, race and nationality and quips, “Have you all noticed?
Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park fame have furthered their existence into the reaches of entertainment with their Broadway musical production, The Book of Mormon. This recent musical has been a sensational hit and to make things better, it was announced that the musical was nominated for a record 14 Tony nominations.
Never tell the same joke twice! That’s the rule comedian Richard Lewis follows.
Colombian-American actor and comedian John Leguizamo is returning to Broadway with his new one-man show “Ghetto Clown.”
February 9 at 8 p.m., for one night only comedians Colin Quinn and Jerry Seinfeld will give their best in “Big Time Comedy Show.”