Gore Vidal's mud-slinging Beltway drama lands smack in the middle of what's sure to be a pretty muddy real-life election year. Starring John Larroquette, Eric McCormack, James Earl Jones, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen and Michael McKean, the play runs from now until July 8 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre in New York City. Visit the show's site for ticketing information.
Nicki MInaj's second studio album "Roman Reloaded" hits shelves today. The album features a Who's Who of collaborators (Cam'ron, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Nas, Drake, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown), but it's yet to be seen if even "Starships," its lead single, can outstrip "Super Bass" in pop cultural dominance.
Not seen on Broadway since 1979, "Evita" makes a Ricky Martin-charged comeback this Thursday, April 5, featuring a Madonna number and the return of "Che the everyman." For ticketing info, head on over to the show's official site.
Kate and Leo are ready to jump off your screens come Wednesday, when "Titanic" hits theaters nationwide in 3D. Be ready for those two up-and-coming stars. They're young and virile.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anne Tyler returns with her 17th novel, "The Beginner's Goodbye," about a distraught widower who finds solace in regular visits from his dead wife. The title releases tomorrow, April 3, and is available for pre-order Amazon.
Culture Forecast: April 2 - April 8