101708lane.jpgEarlier this week, it was announced that 9 to 5: The Musical, adapted from the movie and eponymous Dolly Parton song, will open on Broadway April 30th, the last day that a show can open and still be eligible for a Tony award. Broadway g'nerds rejoiced, but according to the Times, there's just one problem: The Broadway production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, starring Bill Irwin and Nathan Lane, had already planned to open that same night at Studio 54. Now there's a lot of drama, because they'll have to share the same narrow publicity spotlight! Who will blink? Who really cares? We're more excited about today's news that Will Ferrell will get his own one-man show on Broadway in January, titled You’re Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush. Oh, and speaking of Lane, Matthew Broderick will return to Broadway the same month as his old Producers cast-mate in a revival of Christopher Hampton 1970 play The Philanthropist. Also, you'll now have "9 to 5" stuck in your head for the rest of the weekend.