With the Drama Desk nominations newly-minted, and Tony nominations being announced on Tuesday, we are in full-swing for year-end theater awards mania. And EW’s writers have been busy as bees getting out the last gasp of reviews from the 2013-2014 season, with no less than nine shows opening in the past week. Some themes are definitely emerging. We got men in ladies’ attire (Neil Patrick Harris in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, above, and Casa Valentina), men’s exposed buttocks (Alan Cumming in Cabaret, Nick Offerman in Annapurna), and sassy leading women who won’t take no for an answer (Estelle Parsons in The Velocity of Autumn, Sutton Foster in Violet). A little something for everyone! (Click on the links below for full reviews) READ FULL STORY
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Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally have sung together before (warning: NSFW), but last night on The Tonight Show, Offerman played a “Rainbow Song” he wrote for his wife. He’s performed it before, but this version is a little dirtier. As he went through the colors of the rainbow he sang, “You put me on trial and gave me life, but orange you glad I didn’t say banana, when you made me your b–h and I made you my wife.” Later he continued, “Please enjoy this rainbow song and this gift of leprechaun romance. Please enjoy as part of this well-balanced breakfast the lucky charms you will find in my pants.” By the time he called her “my jaw-droppingly beautiful wife,” we were all in love with both of them.
Watch the song below:
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