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If you see one play a year, and for the past three years it's been "Mamma Mia", then this might not be the show for you: they literally just talk. The Buzz: Everyone is really excited about this production, especially after Blanchett's masterful performance as Hedda Gabler, also at BAM. Here's another fact: producers cut a "gang rape" scene from the current Broadway revival of the Family musical, which was written in 1960.Check out our guide to which celebrity is appearing in what show, and whether they're worth braving the horrors of Time Square.Star Power: Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig The Plot: Two Chicago cops and longtime friends recount the days that changed their lives forever. The Buzz: Daniel Craig is supposed to be excellent, Hugh Jackman is supposed to be good at best, which, you know, is still good.[Variety] Office Shorts: Antonio Banderas is bringing the French short-form comedy-hit stateside, executive producing the first season of the U. Apparently is such a hit that it’s been sold in 55 other territories and even had a French movie spin-off.So far we don’t really understand the concept, though, so we sure are glad Antonio Banderas is here to explain it.
I could not believe the caliber of people, both locally and those they brought in." Performing back in her home town, after years in the Big Apple and on tour, was "ten times more nerve-racking! "I mean my fourth-grade social studies teacher was there. "I only had to do one audition for 'Birdie,' which is so rare," she said.