Stephen Colbert has run for president. He's testified before Congress, created a political action committee and assisted the U.S. Olympic speedskating team in the role of assistant sports psychologist.
1. Steppenwolf's Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is moving to Broadway, a relatively surprising move, considering the show was revived on Broadway seven years ago. But it is timely; the show will open on the 50th anniversary of its original opening night.
Actor-playwright-monologist John Leguizamo will return to Chicago Feb. 1-12 to break in his new Broadway-bound show, "Ghetto Klown" (which is being called "John Leguizamo Warms Up" here, for reasons unknown).