Andrew Rannells has had an incredible rise to the top after his successful Broadway run in The Book of Mormon. After starring in last season’s The New Normal on NBC, he found himself back on HBO’s Girls as the quick-witted Elijah. He talked about his return to the Lena Dunham-helmed series with Vulture. “I was supposed to do one episode, the North Fork episode, and then, as luck would have it, the show that I was on, on NBC, The New Normal, was canceled,” he said. “Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner called within 45 minutes of that show being canceled ... Read more
Samantha Marie Ware is earning rave reviews for her role as Nabulungi in the touring company of the hit musical Book of Mormon, now playing in Los Angeles.
Andrew Rannells recently appeared on HBO’s hit show Girls as formerly-closeted ex-boyfriend, Elijah and in an interview with Vulture, Rannells touched on some of the racial controversy surrounding the show.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have confirmed that they intend to make a film version of their smash hit Broadway musical.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone went from being cable TV's darlings to Broadway superstars after The Book of Mormon swept this year's Tony Awards and has been sold out for every performance through the end of this year.
The Book of Mormon cost $9.1 million -- far cheaper than effect-laden shows like Shrek and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark -- and has already recouped thirty percent of its cost for it's investors and will pay off the investments completely by October.
Fans will be transported into the world of “South Park” as they walk into the 15,000 square foot Ultimate Fan Experience located at 450 2nd Avenue (at 1st Avenue & J Street), just outside of the San Diego Convention Center. The “South Park" Year of the Fan Experience,”
These are some of my favorite moments from the show; including musical numbers, acceptance speeches and backstage interviews. And be sure to watch what the Best Actor in a Musical, Norbert Leo Butz, did at last night's performance of Catch Me If You Can!
The Book of Mormon and Anything Goes won 5 awards last night at the 2011 Drama Desk Awards; Mormon for Outstanding Musical and Anything Goes for Outstanding Revival of a Musical.
NPR is hosting the very first listen of the smash Broadway hit, The Book of Mormon. I'm listening to it now and it's as good as I remember when I saw the show a couple weeks ago.