IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to "Yves Saint Laurent L'Amour Fou," the doc about fashion designer Saint Laurent and his longtime lover Pierre Berge.
Lorber Films has picked up North American rights to "The Woodmans," a doc centered on a family of artists.
Broadway slipped a bit last week -- but that couldn't dampen the Christmas spirit at "Elf."
Warner Bros. Theater Ventures on Broadway hasn't been on the Rialto since the short-lived Elton John tuner "Lestat" closed in 2006.
Composer-lyricist Douglas J. Cohen has picked up the 2010 Fred Ebb Award, the $50,000 prize named after the late lyricist Ebb ("Chicago," "The Scottsboro Boys").
Tribeca Film Institute will administer the new Robert De Niro Sr. Prize, to be awarded annually to a mid-career American painter.
Josh Gad, Nikki M. James and Andrew Rannells are among the thesps to have booked roles in upcoming Broadway tuner "The Book of Mormon."
Tribeca Film has snapped up U.S. rights to "The Bang Bang Club," the drama based on the book about the lives of photojournalists covering the last days of Apartheid.
Josh Gad ("Love and Other Drugs"), Nikki M. James ("The Wiz," "All Shook Up") and Andrew Rannells ("Jersey Boys") are among the thesps cast in "The Book of Mormon," the incoming Broadway tuner from…
Two plays with limited engagements, "A Life in the Theatre" and "La Bete," recently got a bit more limited, with producers of each announcing a closing date that was sooner than legiters expected.
Vampires haven't worked on Broadway for years, according to conventional wisdom. But what about Off Broadway?