“Bombshell,” the musical from the TV show “Smash” is coming to Broadway with the town’s best and brightest waiting in the wings.
NBC Entertainment’s chairman has a singular grasp of both the stage and television worlds—and he’s making live musicals (“The Sound of Music,” “Peter Pan”) yearly appointment viewing.
Backstage contributor and anonymous industry pro Annoying Actor Friend’s “#SOBLESSED” audiobook raises money for charity and entertains all at once!
Matthew Jon Beck found a perfect blend of up-and-coming voices and celebrities to bring to life Dorothy and her friends in Oz for the animated musical "Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return," which hits theaters May 9.
Actors are always looking for more ways to challenge themselves. Check out stage stars like Linda Lavin, Lily Rabe, and Patti LuPone are tackling off-stage and on your television screen--and garnering some Emmy buzz in the process!
The series finale of "Smash" concludes with a bunch of loose ends tied up, and every living happily ever after.
By the end of the show we've had several unexpected and unforeshadowed plot twists, and it kind of seems like even the writers are as fed up with “Smash” as the rest of us are. Looking to learn more? Read on!
This week on "Smash," Kyle is dead. Also, Kyle is dead. Some other stuff happened in between there. Jimmy sang a song to himself. Karen artfully removed six strands of hair from her intentionally messy side-braid. Megan Hilty waited around for her plotline to come back. But mostly, Kyle is ...
Julia and Tom are breaking up, Jimmy goes on a bender, and Kyle gets Smashed in this week's episode of "Smash."
This week on "Smash," "Bombshell" is finally (finally) open for business, which means that Tom and Julia are looking forward to their next project. Or not.