Rosie's first client is Tanya, a workaholic, crazy-eyed mother of a toddler who wants Rosie to A) find her a sassy gay assistant to plan a huge pre-baby bash and B) make her look "camera-ready" right after she gives birth.
The Iraq War is now in its eighth year -- and the costs, in personal, economic and political terms, are staggering. But translating the existential aspects of war demands a sensitive dramatist like Rajiv Joseph.
It's not often you see religious satire and profanity in a Broadway musical. Then again, The Book of Mormon is unique: It's a robust, toe-tapping musical that foments laughter and thoughtfulness in equal measure.
Limitless was the number one film of the weekend, benefiting from an easily-explained high-concept -- a pill that makes you the smartest man on Earth. This was a real test of Bradley Cooper's star power, and he delivered.