Oprah Eyes The Visit on B’way Oprah Winfrey wants to do The Visit on Broadway. No, not the Kander and Ebb version, which Chita Rivera will lead on the Main Stem this spring, but a new translation of Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s 1956 play by Tony Kushner. According to the New York Post, Oprah was hoping to headline the latest adaptation on the Great White Way in the 2015-16 season, but it depends on the success of Rivera’s show. Well, there’s always Night, Mother if this doesn’t work out…Plus whatever happens, Oprah will be in the Theater District later this year producing Jennifer Hudson in The Color Purple. Casting Set for Kander & Pierce’s Kid Victory Tony nominee Christiane Noll, along with Broadway alums Sarah Litzsinger and Jeffry Denman, have been tapped for John Kander and Greg Pierce’s previously announced Kid Victory. The ensemble piece’s cast will also include Christopher Bloch, Laura Darrell, Parker Drown, Valerie Leonard, Bobby Smith and Jake Winn. Directed by Liesl Tommy, the world premiere musical will play at Virginia’s Signature Theatre’s MAX Theatre February 17 through March 22. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. View Comments Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer Reunite Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer will reunite at the sixth annual TCM Classic Film Festival, which will hold a 50th anniversary gala screening of The Sound of Music on March 26 in Hollywood. This gives us the perfect excuse to post one of our favourite things below—watch, sing along and happy hump day! Watch Andy Mientus Fantasize Over a Guy in Leather Andy Mientus’ fantasies are coming true in the latest teaser trailer for his appearance as Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper, an openly gay villain with hearing loss, in The Flash. Check out below as the Les Miserables star and Smash alum is scooped up by a guy in head to toe leather. Yes really. We’re counting down the days until we can watch the whole episode on the CW on January 27.