Lorber Films has picked up U.S. rights to doc "Who is Harry Nilsson (and Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him)?," with the movie lined up for a September bow in Gotham ahead of a DVD release by the end…
Ivan Hernandez will topline the Public Theater's outdoor concert perfs of Paul Simon tuner "The Capeman."
Boyd Gaines will play the third character in the Broadway-bound production of three-hander "Driving Miss Daisy," toplined by James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave.
Two words that Hollywood never thought it would see anywhere near each other: Harvey and humbled.
With tourism still going strong in Gotham, overall Broadway box office inched up by about $575,000 in Week 9.
Theater has a reputation for being among the most ephemeral of the arts: Once you've missed a live performance, it's gone for good.
London's Donmar Warehouse has partnered with the National Theater to add the Donmar's upcoming staging of "King Lear" to the National's NT Live lineup of international cinema broadcasts.
"The Big Uneasy," a feature documentary by Harry Shearer about the flawed preparation and response to Hurricane Katrina, is taking an unusual route to theatrical distribution, getting a one-day…
Lincoln Center Theater exec producer Bernard Gersten, Oregon Shakespeare Fest a.d. Bill Rauch and helmer Anne Kauffman are among the recipients of the 2010 awards from Theater Communications Group.
Producers have grounded Broadway's "Come Fly Away," the Twyla Tharp-Frank Sinatra dance-ical that never managed to sustain its sales altitude. Show will shutter Labor Day weekend.
John Cullum is locked in to reprise his role in "The Scottsboro Boys," the Kander and Ebb tuner heading to Broadway in the fall.