“I could offer you a warm embrace to make you feel my love.” Annnd I’m sobbing.
I have never known a woman to cut her hair for reasons other than serious trauma. Have you?!
The musical, now running at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, combines the Disney film’s score with the more adult themes of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
Can we live? Can we dream a dream?
Empty chairs at empty theaters.
You’re on your own for this one. Get it?
Two new New York stage productions transform complex novels into equally complex and inherently risky plays. Instead of relying on the source material, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and The Fortress of Solitude amplify it to become powerful theatrical experiences.
Run away with me, Aaron. Also, happy birthday!
And much less misérables.
“Tragedyyyy oooh oooh ooooooh…”
There is a morning, a day, EEEEXXXTRAAAA DAAYYYYYY!
“ONE DAY S’MORE.” Cookie Monster stars as Jean Bon-Bon in the hilarious “Les Mousserables.”
Plus 16 mesmerizing Kate Moss GIFs for her 40th birthday, 9 big Grammy winners you’ve probably never heard of, and the 100 greatest Bruce Springsteen songs.
Boris Johnson is a man of action - from dangling on a zip wire to hanging out of a helicopter. Instead of politics, what if BoJo had pursued an action-packed Hollywood career?
We can’t rewind time, but we can do the next best thing - Boris film posters!
Did I mention the ENTIRE BOOK is on a shirt? That you can actually read?
Quit trying to make “Johnlock” happen.
From the people that have only seen the movie, to the super fans that have seen it all around the world — we love Les Mis! Maybe you’ve even been it in? But one thing is for sure, we all have a “heart full of love” for this musical.
On USA Network’s Graceland, Aaron Tveit has found his first starring role on television, but Broadway audiences have known about him for years from his work in musicals like Next to Normal and Catch Me If You Can. Tveit talks about making the transition from theater to TV, and why he’s not turning his back on Broadway.
The sonically gifted members of Occupy Gezi organized a moving, multilingual rendition of the Broadway and big-screen hit. Life imitates art.
You know, the one Valentino himself sent out a press release announcing Hathaway would be wearing before that last-minute hullaballo over Amanda Seyfried’s too-smilar look.
CBS’s first quarter earnings, released today, shined in part because it doesn’t own a major movie studio. At least not yet.
So you Netflixed Les Misérables but you’re unwilling to commit. Good news: you can fast-forward through a lot.
It’s like God said, “I can’t decide between too much adorable or too much hot, SO HAVE BOTH.” And thus, a sultry broadway stud was born.
Yup, it was Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen. How’d you guess?