Even though it's felt like summer for several weeks, this week the season officially arrived. Along with the summer came the Shakespeare in the Park gala. (Measure for Measure and All's Well that Ends Well are being presented in rep this summer.) On Monday, stars came out for the gala, and both Theater Mania and Broadwayworld.com have photo coverage. (Look for Josh Charles, Will Swenson & Audra McDonlad (both are Shakespeare in the Park alumni) and Public Theater founder Joseph Papp's widow, Gail Papp.
And a little summer treat from the S.S. Anything Goes:
Elijah Wood on Jimmy Fallon Just 'cause I've always liked Elijah Wood and also because Wilfred is crazy diggable. (Watch the Beastie Boys video here. You must see this brilliance.)
Farragut North Update It was announced this week that George Clooney's film adaptation of the Beau Willimon play Farragut North, which, on film, will be called The Ides of March, will open the Venice Film Festival on August 31. You may remember that as a play at the Atlantic, Farragut North starred John Gallagher, Jr., and Chris Noth. (Both were very good, with Johnny capturing the hunger of a young political operative.) The film stars the talented Ryan Gosling, Clooney and Marisa Tomei. The film is set for release on the best day of the year, October 7!
Incubus - "Promises, Promises" Check out the band's latest video!
TV Awards The Critics Choice TV Awards were handed out on Monday. Among the winners were Modern Family, Julianna Margulies for The Good Wife and recent Tony host Neil Patrick Harris for How I Met Your Mother. Visit Playbill.com for the full list of winners.
Joe Iconis has a new website! Visit mrjoeiconis.com for all sorts of Iconis goodness.
The official, for-real The Muppets trailer! (And read this interview with The Muppets star and co-writer (and favorite of mine) Jason Segel.)
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