Four of the eight shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 22 (Oct. 22-28). Box office decreased $4.3 million over the frame, though "Wicked" once again broke the house record at the Hippodrome…
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A new restoration of Barbra Streisand starrer "Funny Girl" will world preem at the TCM Classic Film Festival.
Al Pacino cemented his status as one of Broadway's top box office draws in week 21 (Oct. 15-21), with the Pacino-toplined revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross" logging stellar sales in a frame that…
Paramount's Insurge Pictures and Yahoo have given the comedic Web series, which parodies reality dating shows, another two seasons on Yahoo Screen for 2013 after substantial success in its first…
The spirit of camaraderie was in the air at MPTF's second annual "Reel Stories, Real Lives," as host Russell Brand reminded everyone of how eventually they were all going to depend on one another.
On Sunday night, the Alfred Mann Foundation transformed Santa Monica's Barker Hangar into a party that would thrill James Bond.
Lewis Black made a boffo Broadway bow in Week 20 (Oct. 8-14), grossing $742,860 for the first six perfs of his two-week Rialto stop of solo gig "Running on Empty." The take was even better…
Amfar's annual Inspiration Gala on Thursday honored Kevin Huvane, or as host Chelsea Handler described him, "The man in this town who knows more beautiful women than anyone and has no idea what to do…
When Barbara Davis called her husband, oil baron and Hollywood mogul Marvin Davis, with the news that their then 7-year-old daughter, Dana, had diabetes, he simply told her: "So fix it."
The Columbus Day holiday weekend brought a surge in Broadway sales.
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