The Hollywood Reporter has named OK! Magazine alum Lori Burgess as publisher.
The opening of Broadway's "Promises, Promises" marked not just the revival of the 1968 tuner, but also revived a little of the old-time opening-night glamour with a swanky shindig at the Plaza.
"American Idiot" doesn't look so dumb: The Broadway tuner saw weekly sales shoot up last week in the wake of strong reviews.
"Memphis" and "The Royal Family" led the Outer Critics Circle noms for the 2009-10 season, with each show drawing seven nods apiece.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American rights to Sylvain Chomet's animated pic "The Illusionist" from Pathe.
IFC Films has snagged North American rights plus foreign rights in several territories to "Tiny Furniture."
A group of up-and-coming filmmakers picked up kudos in the 7th annual Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards, in a Gotham ceremony that took place Friday during the run of the Tribeca Film Fest.
The fiscally troubled Pasadena Playhouse will host music events this spring.
MSG Entertainment is setting out to show that the Rockettes aren't just for Christmas anymore.
"God of Carnage" has 10 more weeks on the boards
There's nothing like sneaking a severed horse's head into somebody else's bed in the name of a good cause.