Justin Guarini is the latest "American Idol" alum to land on Broadway, with the performer tapped to appear in the upcoming tuner version of "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown."
Mark Kennedy has been named the new theater writer at the Associated Press -- ending months of speculation in the legit community regarding who would fill the post.
Jerry Lee Lewis is the latest music name tapped to play an encore jam session at Broadway tuner "Million Dollar Quartet" -- where Lewis will appear alongside the actor who portrays him in the show.
Joseph Lovett docu "Going Blind" will get a theatrical run in New York in October, timed to mark World Sight Day.
The New York Film Festival has filled in the blanks in its 2010 sked, with the fest announcing retrospectives and companion programming including docs "A Letter to Elia," "Boxing Gym" and "The…
"Losers Take All," an indie set in the 1980s rock music scene, has kicked off shooting in Memphis, Tenn.
Louis D. Moreno has been named the new artistic director of 45-year-old Gotham theater company INTAR, which announces its new season next month.
Amanda Peet, Laurie Metcalf and helmer Joe Mantello have signed on to take part in the 2010-11 season at Off Broadway's MCC Theater.
Internet-based distributor will give the movie theatrical runs in New York, D.C. and L.A.
Broadway was afflicted with a slight case of late-summer deflation last week, with sales at the majority of productions slipping a bit compared to the prior frame.
Internet-based distributor IndiePix will release Warwick Thornton's 2009 Camera d'Or winner "Samson and Delilah," giving the movie theatrical runs in New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.