YouTube sensation and Broadway star of Kinky Boots Todrick Hall looked for info on dating a person with HIV but found it lacking. His new Positively Fearless campaign changes all that. Now he’s helping others eradicate HIV stigma in the black community.
On Friday we learned about a proposed 33-story apartment tower across Broadway from Busch Stadium/Ballpark Village. A 29-story apartment tower is already planned within Ballpark Village. Other recent new downtown residential projects include the 25-story Tower at OPOP at 411 North Eighth Street, which has one- and two-bedroom apartments that range...
If Star Wars were an opera, or even a Broadway musical, the producers could do much worse than to hire Whitney Avalon to write the tunes. In this song, she narrates what is going through her head as she struggles to harness the Force...Show More Summary
"Night after night I went home and cried," said Kathryn Rossetter, who starred in "Death of a Salesman" alongside Hoffman in the 1980s.
Fires and art. Misty Copeland lands in Southern California. And a new lead for “Hamilton.” I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s most important culture news: CULTURE AND THE FIRES Both the Getty Center and the Skirball Cultural Center were temporarily...
Dustin Hoffman’s alleged inappropriate treatment of female co-stars is making headlines for the second time this week. Actress Kathryn Rossetter, who co-starred with Hoffman on a Broadway production and TV movie adaptation of Death of a Salesman in the 1980s, has come forward with claims that...
An actress from the 1984 Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman said Hoffman groped her in the wings night after night.
Though rich in new American plays and gussied up revivals, Broadway this year often felt like a letdown, taking fewer risks and reaping fewer rewards.
Actress Kathryn Rossetter has accused Dustin Hoffman of groping her while the two acted in a Broadway revival of "Death of a Salesman" in 1983. Rossetter said it was "a horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience at the hands (literally)...Show More Summary
An actress from the 1984 Dustin Hoffman–starring Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman has accused Hoffman of sexual harassment. In a first-person essay for The Hollywood Reporter, Kathryn Rossetter alleges that Hoffman groped her, slipped his hands under her costume to touch her inner thighs, and asked for foot massages ... More »
“Smash” star Wesley Taylor makes a splash on Broadway as Bikini Bottom’s itty-bitty baddie.
Another woman has come forward to allege that actor Dustin Hoffman sexual harassed her during their time performing in the 1985 Broadway revival and TV movie of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Actress Kathryn Rossetter detailedShow More Summary
On this day in 1949 the Jule Styne musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes opened on Broadway.
Just like so many other stars over the last few months, Dustin Hoffman has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women — and another one just came forward today with a horrible story about Hoffman's alleged actions on Broadway. Kathryn Rossetter co-starred with Hoffman in Death Of A Salesman live on Broadway and in the [...]
Celebrated film, television and Broadway composer and lyricist Marc Shaiman, a Grammy, Emmy and Tony winner as well as a five-time Oscar nominee, sold off the larger portion of his two-parcel multi-structure compound above L.A.’s Laurel...Show More Summary
In the New Snagglepuss Comic, Our Favorite Talking Cat Is a Regular Patron of Stonewall While folks who know the character may not be surprised, in the upcoming Snagglepuss comic from DC Comics, he's a canonically gay Broadway playwright Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Amy Schumer shines in Steve Martin's uneven, but very funny comedy.
The Internet Is Losing Its Sht Over This Unplugged Cover of a Taylor Swift Song The cover, performed by Broadway stars Shoshana Bean and Cynthia Erivo, has Swift fans and haters alike shouting from the rooftops Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Could be a high-end, fine dining spot Renovations are still underway at the Herald-Examiner building on 11th and Broadway in Downtown, but it seems like an eager tenant has already committed to setting up shop after the dust clears.Show More Summary