"Into the Woods" star, Anna Kendrick, discusses how fun it is to work on the set of a musical.
Was Superman in a campaign ad for Richard Nixon or a Bollywood musical?
James Corden chats about hosting "The Late Late Show" and his role in the film "Into the Woods."
A belligerent couple looks for a home in Daniel's new play.
The comics provide titles for a play about prostitutes and a low-end rendition of "Tarzan."
The comedians list #LesserBondMovies, #CircusFreaks2014, #CheeseSongs and #SpookyBroadway titles.
Some legendary Broadway shows get a ghastly rewrite.
Christopher Walken remembers the time he saw a skunk get into a fight with what was maybe an otter.
Saul Williams describes slam poetry and his role in the musical "Holler If Ya Hear Me."
Bill O'Reilly explains his very particular beef with Beyonce.
Audra McDonald discusses her portrayal of Billie Holiday in "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill."
The comics list #GreenTVShows, #LameOfficeHolidays, stoner thoughts and #GangstaBroadway shows.
The comedians put a hardcore gangsta twist on famous musicals.
An actor gets hit in the head by a falling set piece, but Daniel knows that the show must go on.
Sting describes how growing up in the shadow of a shipyard inspired his musical, "The Last Ship."
Bobby helps Farley relax so she can record her sexy new demo.
The comics name #SuperBowlImprovements, #BadBroadway, #SadToys and #BadAfterShows.
The panel comes up with names for subpar Broadway shows.
Nathan Lane, Tim Gunn and the citizens of New York reach out to Sean Hannity.
New York pleads its case to Sean Hannity.