first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Sting to Lead New York Return of The Last ShipSting will sail his short-lived Broadway musical The Last Ship back to the Big Apple for one-night-only on May 19 at The Heath at The McKittrick Hotel. The two performances of his Tony nominated score will benefit The Actors Fund, and the Grammy winner will be joined by special guest Jimmy Nail (who he replaced in the tuner in an attempt to keep it afloat). We know that those lucky enough to get their hands on a ticket will have an incredible evening up close and personal with this Englishman in New York.Rob McClure, Jason Gotay & More Set for WoodsThe MUNY Into the Woods casting just keeps getting starrier! Recent Honeymoon in Vegas headliner Rob McClure will play the Baker, with Jason Gotay as Jack, Ellen Harvey as Cinderella’s Stepmother, Andrew Samonsky as Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf, Sara Kapner as Little Red Ridinghood, Samantha Massell as Rapunzel and Michael McCormick as Mysterious Man/Cinderella’s Father in the St. Louis production July 21 through July 27. They join the previously reported Heather Headley, Erin Dilly, Ken Page and Ryan Silverman.Nathan Lane & Matthew Broderick Recall Bad ReviewsNathan Lane and Matthew Broderick are currently treading the boards in It’s Only a Play and recently stopped by The Talk to chat about the show, which is set behind-the-scenes at a Broadway opening night. The legendary Tony-winning theatrical duo were asked if they remembered any of their bad reviews? Lane volunteered this description of himself: “an irrepressible force who should be forcibly repressed.” Broderick on the other hand had not been able to get this critique out of his mind: “good at first, quickly becomes cloying.” Check out the hilarious interview below and then the Terrence McNally comedy through June 7 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Star Files View Comments Something Rotten! First ListenReady to hear Shakespeare sing?! As previously reported, Something Rotten! will release a cast album digitally on June 2 and in stores on July 17. Check out below a first listen of the opening track, “Welcome to the Renaissance.” The new musical comedy, which has been nominated for 10 Tonys, is playing at the St. James Theatre. Nathan Lanelast_img