Media Morsels 5.20.11

  • Jon Stewart Welcomes Constitutional Scholar Richard Beeman
    Like me, Beeman has a pocket copy of the Constitution (we both received ours from the National Constitution Center) and, also like me, carries it around with him at all times!

  • One Acts Heading to Broadway
    This fall, Broadway will welcome three one-acts on one bill. Relatively Speaking will include one one-act each from Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May. The play of plays will begin previews in September and open officially in October at a theatre to be announced. Stay tuned for details as they come out.

  • LincTix
    Lincoln Center Theatre is getting into the cheap-tickets-for-young-adults game. Joining the ranks of Roundabout and MTC, LincTix is launching a discount program for theatregoers under 35. You can register for LincTix for free and then you'll be privy to special ticket offers. LincTix members will also be able to purchase tickets for all Lincoln Center Theatre productions for only $30. Visit to register and for more information.

  • Dig This
    • Sutton on Sesame: Sutton Foster recently spoke to the Wall Street Journal about taping an episode of Sesame Street.

    • Jon Stewart talked with Bill O'Reilly about several things, including the all important question: "Why all the tsuris about saving Two and a Half Men?"

    • In light of a lovely and lengthy conversation I had this week with the ΓΌber-talented Joe Iconis, I leave you with "Rosalie," one of my Iconis favorites, sung here by Ian Kagey. Dig it!