Campbell Scott to Star in Broadway ‘Christmas Carol’

Thirty-five years ago, George C. Scott played Scrooge in a television adaptation of Charles Dickens’s holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol.” Now the actor’s son, Campbell Scott, is planning to play the same role on Broadway. The new stage adaptation of the novella, which received strong reviews when it opened in London two years ago, will […]

Review: ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Offers a Party, and a Playlist, for the Ages

This one’s for the hedonists. All you party people should know that the Al Hirschfeld Theater has been refurbished as an opulent pleasure palace, wherein decadence comes without hangovers. That’s where the euphoric “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” opened on Thursday night in a shower of fireworks, confetti and glittering fragments of what feels like every […]

‘The Great Society,’ About L.B.J., Is Coming to Broadway

As soon as the Tony-winning “All the Way” closed on Broadway, the playwright, Robert Schenkkan, began working on a sequel. Five years, endless rewrites and several productions later, that new play, “The Great Society,” is coming to Broadway. The producer Jeffrey Richards announced on Thursday that he would present a 12-week run of the play, […]