PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Federal prosecutors in Rhode Island are recommending a jail sentence for ‘‘Survivor’’ winner Richard Hatch for violating the terms of his supervised release.
Hatch served more than three years in prison for failing to pay taxes on the $1 million prize he won on the debut season of the CBS reality TV show.
A judge this month said Hatch violated the terms of his release by failing to file amended tax returns for the years 2000 and 2001.
Prosecutors said in court papers Monday that Hatch should return to jail. He faces a maximum of two years behind bars, or the remainder of his supervised-release term.
‘Catch Me If You Can’ delays Broadway start
NEW YORK — You’ll have to wait a little more to catch ‘‘Catch Me If You Can’’ on Broadway.
Producers on Monday cited the heavy snowfall in New York and the extension of The Neil Simon Theatre’s outgoing tenant, ‘‘Rain — A Tribute to the Beatles,’’ as the reasons they need more time to move into the space and start technical rehearsals.
The musical is adapted from the 2002 Stephen Spielberg-directed film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. It will star Norbert Leo Butz, Aaron Tveit, Tom Wopat and Kerry Butler.
Music and lyrics are by Marc Shaiman, and lyrics are by Scott Wittman. Both of them worked on ‘‘Hairspray.’’ The book is by Terrence McNally, who wrote ‘‘Love! Valour! Compassion!’’
The start of previews is being moved from March 7 to March 11. Opening night hasn’t changed. It remains April 10.
Juanes delays Miami concert
NEW YORK — Juanes is canceling his April 15 concert at the American Airlines Arena in Miami because it was to fall on the 50th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs Invasion, a source close to the singer said.
The source, who did not want to be identified because of the sensitivity of the matter, told The Associated Press on Monday that when the Miami show was booked, Juanes didn’t realize it was the anniversary. It was the only date available back then.
The source said Cuban exiles put big pressure on Juanes.