By Eliana Dockterman
February 26, 2015

THEATER

Fish Out of Water

Broadway’s buzziest new production isn’t about a steamy cabaret or the Mormon church–it’s about sitting shivah with a curmudgeon. Seinfeld co-creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David will make his Broadway debut on March 5 in Fish in the Dark, a play he wrote about a family mourning the death of its patriarch. Since David has already conquered both network and cable television, it’s no surprise that his first show has broken nonmusical Broadway records with $14.5 million in advance ticket sales. Even Jason Alexander–who played David’s alter ego, George Costanza, on Seinfeld–tweeted that he couldn’t get seats.

MOVIES

Monkey Business

Before he stars in the next installment of True Detective, Vince Vaughn will appear in the comedy Unfinished Business, about a wild business trip to Europe, in theaters March 6.

MUSIC

Chasing Oasis

Noel Gallagher has said that it would take $500 million to reunite his acclaimed rock band Oasis. While waiting for someone to raise that cash, hear his second solo album, Chasing Yesterday, out March 2.

TELEVISION

British Invasion

The first season of the British drama Broadchurch, about the disappearance of a young boy, developed a cult following in the U.S. Now stateside fans can catch the second season on BBC America starting March 4.

‘AND HE WOULD BE CHASED OUT OF VILLAGES BY PANTING OGRES.’

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THE WEEK

American Crime premieres

Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana.dockterman@time.com.

This appears in the March 09, 2015 issue of TIME.

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