Broadway Friday

-Steve Hayes (Tired Old Queen At The Movies) stars with playwright Bradford Scobie and drag legend Murray Hill in Moisty The Snowman Saves Christmas, now running Off Broadway at Dixon Place. Get tickets here.

– Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) will replace Christian Borle as Prior Walter in the critically raved Off Broadway revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels In America. Urie steps in on February 2nd, the production has been extended until March 27th.

– Whoa. Jackie Hoffman (love her!) is talking serious trash about her role in The Addams Family. “We’re the only musical that doesn’t appeal to gay people.” But it has Nathan Lane and (JMG reader/Tony nominee) Kevin Chamberlin in it!

– Henry Rollins brings his one-man show to Joe’s Pub for a week beginning February 8th. It’s his 50th birthday celebration and you know you’re going.

– Beginning previews Off Broadway on December 22nd is Richard Skipper As “Carol Channing” In Concert. Get tickets here.

– Oscar winner Halle Berry makes her Broadway debut this fall in Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop opposite Samuel L. Jackson. Last year the play won the Olivier Award for its West End run.

– ABC is developing a drama for Tony winner Idina Menzel (Wicked), who will play a single mom who sings at weddings and bar mitzvahs to pay the rent. Menzel makes her debut with the New York Philharmonic on February 5th.

TRAILER: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. Still in heavily-laden with tech glitches previews.