Broadway perked up last week, with the Labor Day weekend helping to ring in a bit more biz than the prior frame.
Lorber Films has picked up U.S. rights to Michelangelo Frammartino's Italian pic "Le Quattro Volte," currently making the rounds of North American film fests.
Martha Swope has given her archive to the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
Anyone who doubted how valuable topliner Nathan Lane is to "The Addams Family" got a wakeup call.
IFC Films has snagged U.S. rights to "Inhale," the Baltasar Kormakur thriller toplined by Dermot Mulroney and Diane Kruger.
Brendan Fraser is set to make his Broadway debut in "Elling," the long-gestating Broadway transfer of the play that ran in London in 2007.
Josefina Scaglione departs the Broadway revival of "West Side Story" next month, to be replaced by unknown Sarah Amengual.
The entire L.A. cast of "The Pee-wee Herman Show" will move with the production to Broadway, including a trio of thesps who co-starred in the original "Pee-wee" stage incarnation.
The Gershwin songbook musical "Nice Work If You Can Get It" is still in the mix for a potential Broadway production, with an October reading of the tuner set to star Matthew Broderick and Sutton…
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"Jurassic Parq: The Broadway Musical" and "The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival" were among the winners at the kudos ceremony that wrapped the 2010 New York Fringe Festival on Sunday.