The Golden Globe-winning actress, best known for playing matriarch Mona Robinson on “Who’s The Boss?”, died of complications from Alzheimer’s.
Also, what would life be like had Danza never left the boxing ring?
Pack found the earnest details utterly hilarious. He wondered what would it be like to actually read select passages to an
I walked thru the front door and was instantly transported into a scene fresh out of 'The Sopranos.'
SHINING LIGHT: TRANSPARENT Star JUDITH LIGHT Talks About Her Complex Role And Long-Running Devotion To The LGBTQ Community!
When people focus on someone who is transitioning, it's surprisingly rare that they think about the companion the person could potentially leave behind.
During a series of surprising twists and turns, everyone in the play has a lie that they wish to hide -- or so it seems.
Marlo Thomas, with comic timing in her DNA, deploys hilarious split-second grimaces and many eye rolls under David Saint's expert direction.
Danny Pintauro Clarifies Tony Danza's 'Disappointed' Comment: 'He's Worried About Me More Than Anything'
The "Who's The Boss" star publicly announced this week that he's been HIV-positive for the past 12 years.
Here's a question for you Angelenos: What has a 2000 person workforce, puts on more shows than any other theatre festival in the country, runs for over three weeks in June in dozens of theaters, and is probably Hollywood's longest party of the year?
Anticipating the Tony Awards, With Alan Cumming at the Café Carlyle, the Astaire Awards, and Stars in the Alley
Facing a crowd that included his mother and brother as well as Tony Danza, next up for a run at the Café Carlyle, Alan Cumming reminded everyone that he would be hosting the Tony Awards with Kristen Chenoweth on Sunday night, admitting that he was "freaking out."
If you ask me, On The Town, which is currently slightly trailing both other contenders in my Tony polling, deserves the win. I, like most, was worried when the show was announced for that barn of a theater, but director John Rando proved the doubters wrong.
Broadway's Honeymoon in Vegas has the electricity of the city after which it is titled.
Honeymoon in Vegas is the latest film to leap off the silver screen and onto the Broadway stage. Coming off his Tony-nominated role as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin: The Musical, Rob McClure brings his comedic brilliance to the leading role, originally played by Nicholas Cage in the 1992 film.
When Tony Danza joined HuffPost Live to discuss the charity competition DoMoreThanYouThink.com, he also discussed his iconic
The duo collaborated with The Gregory Brothers, of the YouTube channel Schmoyoho, for the musical number, called "Oh, It's
It's not every day you see Magneto brushing elbows with Tony Micelli, but that's exactly what happened at a benefit event