Michael Moore Holds Forth; ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Soars With (Mostly) New Cast: Broadway Reviews

Michael Moore Holds Forth; ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Soars With (Mostly) New Cast: Broadway Reviews

“Montreal!” the confident co-ed from Sarah Lawrence responded when Michael Moore asked, “What is the capital of Canada?” This was a bit from the Oscar-winning docu-provocateur’s Broadway debut, The Terms of My Surrender, which opened Thursday at the Belasco Theatre. The point of the audience-participation exercise was to demonstrate that the dumbest Canadian is better educated than the smartest U.S. citizen, and the only surprise – variations of the gambit having been a…Read full story

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Michael Moore Holds Forth; ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Soars With (Mostly) New Cast: Broadway Reviews

Michael Moore Holds Forth; ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Soars With (Mostly) New Cast: Broadway Reviews

“Montreal!” the confident co-ed from Sarah Lawrence responded when Michael Moore asked, “What is the capital of Canada?” This was a bit from the Oscar-winning docu-provocateur’s Broadway debut, The Terms of My Surrender, which opened Thursday at the Belasco Theatre. The point of the audience-participation exercise was to demonstrate that the dumbest Canadian is better educated than the smartest U.S. citizen, and the only surprise – variations of the gambit having been a…Read full story

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A ‘Munsters’ Reboot from Seth Meyers, Jill Kargman Is in Development at NBC

A ‘Munsters’ Reboot from Seth Meyers, Jill Kargman Is in Development at NBC

What’s old is new again, and so on and so forth when it comes to TV in recent years. If it hasn’t been rebooted yet, it’s in talks to be, and that includes some series in our very recent history. There are other properties that have had attempted reboots, but it hasn’t quite worked out before — and that brings us to The Munsters, which first aired in the 1960s and had an attempted reboot several years ago as a rather misguided hourlong series with Bryan Fuller writing and Bryan Singer directing. When it…

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LaterPay brings its media payment technology to the US

LaterPay brings its media payment technology to the US

 LaterPay is offering media companies a business model that goes beyond subscriptions and ads. LaterPay is trying to help monetize “the vast space” between subscriptions and ads, allowing publishers to charge for their content on an à la carte basis. That can meaning charging per article or video, or asking users to buy a pass to their site for a limited period of time. Read More Read full story

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