Fifty years ago Sunday, four young men from Liverpool, England took the stage at the Ed Sullivan Show, performed four original songs and one number from “The Music Man,” and changed history in one night.
On February 9, 1964, 73 million people turned on the Ed Sullivan Show to watch four boys from Liverpool transform not just music but the world.
The countersuit claims Taymor failed to fulfill her legal obligations and refused to collaborate on changes to the $75 million show.
Director Julie Taymor has filed a lawsuit against the producers of “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark,” alleging they violated her creative rights and haven’t compensated her for the work she put into the musical.
The much-anticipated and revamped version of “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” officially opened on Broadway Tuesday night, so what did the critics think of the new and improved show?
Bono, The Edge and Julie Taymor hugged each other and were all smiles as they posed for photos on the red carpet before “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” officially opened Tuesday night.
You may think of science as the class you couldn’t wait to ditch in high school – but this week, all the cool kids are into it.
Tierney, who fell 35 feet into the orchestra pit in front of a shocked preview audience on Dec. 20, got permission from his doctor to rejoin rehearsals beginning Monday, producer Michael Cohl said.
The troubled show is shutting down after Sunday afternoon’s matinee as producers attempt to revamp the musical in time for summer.
It was a week that had area residents dealing with rain-swollen waterways and flooded homes, featured controversy over Homeland Security hearings and more bad news for the Broadway’s Spider-Man production.
The stunt actor who fell 30 feet while playing Spider-Man on Broadway is walking again, and his father said Saturday that he can’t wait to return to the role despite injuries that have him confined to the intensive care unit.
Curtain up! Light the lights! Spider-Man returned to the stage Thursday, a day after two performances were canceled due to a scary fall that left a stuntman seriously injured.
After Monday night’s fall of a stunt actor, some prefer seats other than orchestra level.
An especially robust weekend is shaping up at the nation’s theaters.