Broadway has been known to make both actors and singers into legends. However, due to what is known as stunt casting -- which is essentially gimmickry in order to gain ticket sales -- some musicians have headed to Broadway, if only for a short period of time. Here are some of the musical artists fro ... More >>
Surf thriller "Point Break" will get a modern update by Alcon and Warner Bros., much to fans' chagrin. According to Deadline.com, the new version will be set in the world of extreme sports.
Kurt Wimmer ("Salt," the upcoming "Total Recall" remake) has written the script for the ne ... More >>
Hells yeah, Benny, get after it dawg! Yeah, we know. The last few weeks, all of these facts blogs have been on cool, big-balled rock bands like the Doors, Queen, KISS and Led Zeppelin - your basic meat-and-potatos groups you get into from listening to too much classic-rock radio with your par ... More >>
Mason Lankford said, "There will come a day when we forget the Rapture ever even happened," but Rocks Off is keeping an eye out for signs of our impending Armageddon.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker of South Park fame are currently enjoying righteous success on Broadway with their musical The Boo ... More >>
naylandhouse.comFuture ordained minister MC Hammer wasn't kidding on his 1990 hit single "Pray."Let's face it. Not everyone is cut out for - or interested in - being a sixtysomething rock star. But what type of careers awaits a retired musician? Many rock stars stay in the music industry real ... More >>
Enron, directed by (and starring?) George ClooneyEnron -- the semi-musical, not the company -- was a hit in London's West End and a failure on Broadway.
The fact it bombed in America made it less likely we'd see a production in Houston. But now comes word out of London that George Clooney, o ... More >>
Photo courtesy EnronThey sing, they dance, they rip off your 401(k): What a night at the theater!Houston has inspired many Broadway plays, if you count Marvin Zindler in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and define "many" as "one."But now it's two!!! Enron, a semi-musical, opened on the Great White ... More >>