5 items from 2014
Recently, CBS served up the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 18 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "All Tapped Out," and it sounds like things will get pretty intriguing as Florrick/Agos and Alicia discover that the Nsa has been monitoring them, and more. In the new,18th episode press release: An Nsa whistleblower is going to lead Florrick/Agos to the source of leaks coming from the firm. Press release number 2: Florrick/Agos will take on the case of an Nsa whistleblower, only to learn that the agency has been monitoring the firm as well as Alicia’s personal life. In the meantime, Diane will face the difficult task of working alongside Louis Canning when he joins Lockhart/Gardner. Also, Alicia will go after the State’s Attorney when he attempts to make Finn a scapegoat in the Jeffrey Grant case. Michael J. Fox »
Pat Robertson says gays can repent like murderers, Oregon Ag won’t defend marriage ban, Calvin Klein launches fan gallery
The NBA draft deadline has passed, and the Brooklyn Nets have two open spots on their roster, and might fill one with openly gay free agent Jason Collins. They stress that they’re also looking at other players, but they’re watched Jason work out, and he’s a strong possibility.
Arizona has officially passed their religious right to discriminate law (Maine shot theirs down yesterday) and it is now headed for Governor Jan Brewer’s desk, and she’s certain to sign this year. As depressing as this is, we had some impassioned supporters in the Arizona House who fought a good fight for us.
Andrew Christian has long had their blog of Famous Fans who submit their pics in the brand’s underwear to post. Now Calvin Klein »
- Ed Kennedy
Given that the ubiquitous Neil Patrick Harris will be plenty busy in a wig and heels as the lead in the upcoming Broadway production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, it was apparent he would not resume his envied tenure as Tony Awards Host Extraordinaire. But no fretting, as megastar Hugh Jackman (due back on Broadway next season in a new Jez Butterworth play) is picking up the baton for his fourth time as host. And it’s quite a year too, as the star quotient for the 2014 show is sky-high (Denzel Washington, Bryan Cranston, James Franco, Zach Braff, and »
- Jason Clark
How many Broadway stars do you recognize in “Russian Broadway Shut Down?” I lost count, seriously, but Andrew Rannells, Michael Urie, and Jonathan Groff are just a few of the familiar faces to lend their talents to this mockery of the Russian propaganda law. And really, who else but Michael Cerveris could play Vladdy Boy.
And Jonathan and Jeremy Jordan? That musical needs to happen.
The post Watch! Count The Stars In “Russian Broadway Shut Down” appeared first on thebacklot.com. »
How does a community band together to protest Russia’s anti-gay legislation? A musical, of course.
Dozens of New York stage stars have produced a fake musical that finds Russia’s fictional Broadway community (“The Great Red Way,” as they say) staging a protest show in response to the Russian government stance on homosexual propaganda via theatrical performance. In the U.S., who better to satirize than a group of musical theater actors?
There’s a little something for everyone here: Jonathan Groff and Jeremy Jordan as two ill-fated Olympians, Laura Benanti and Stephanie J. Block as lesbian astronauts, Michael Cerveris as a soliloquizing Putin, »
- Marc Snetiker
5 items from 2014
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