Odds & Ends: Shia LaBeouf Wanted Alec Baldwin Scared & More

first_img See First Peter Pan Live! Trailer The first Peter Pan Live! trailer is here! Sort of. NBC has provided us with a five second teaser, below, promoting the December 4 telecast starring a flying Allison Williams, Christopher Walken, Christian Borle, Kelli O’Hara, Taylor Louderman and lots of Newsies. We’re sure we’ll have more for you soon! Vanessa Redgrave to Perform Joan Didion’s Blue Nights Tony winner Vanessa Redgrave will perform a reading of Joan Didion’s memoir Blue Nights on November 17 at New York’s The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The evening will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Cathedral Community Cares. Watch The Elephant Man’s Bradley Cooper Lose It  Bradley Cooper stopped by The Tonight Show this weekend to chat about his upcoming star turn in Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man on the Great White Way. If you’ve not yet seen what happened, check it out below. Because host Jimmy Fallon and the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner got the giggles. Big time. Cooper begins previews in the show at the Booth Theatre on November 7. View Comments Shia LaBeouf Wanted Alec Baldwin Scared After explaining exactly what went down at his eventful night out at Cabaret this summer, Shia LaBeouf has now revealed what led to his infamous departure from the Broadway revival of Orphans. “[Alec] Baldwin and I butted heads hard,” he told Interview magazine. “I came in method. I was sleeping in the park…And my whole goal was to intimidate the f**k out of Baldwin.” LaBeouf went on to say: “I wanted him to be scared. So I went about doing that for three weeks of rehearsal, to the point that, in the end, it was unsustainable.” Apparently all’s well that ends well and LaBeouf has since made up with both the creative team and Baldwin. Hopefully one day we will see the talented star on the Great White Way for all the right reasons.center_img Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend. Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, James Snyder & More Team Up in Concert Broadway favorites including Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, Josh Young, Orfeh, James Snyder and Ben Fankhauser will appear with Michael Mott in concert on November 9. The event, at 42West, will celebrate Mott’s previously reported album Where The Sky Ends: The Songs of Michael Mott. Talk about a stellar lineup!last_img

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