Memorial Day weekend proved neither a boon nor a bomb to Broadway box office last week, the first official frame (at least according to the bookkeepers) of the 2010-11 season.
The lineup of performances for the 64th annual Tony Awards has begun to take shape.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up Yony Leyser's docu "William S. Burroughs: A Man Within" for a fall theatrical release.
Two world premieres and four U.S. bows are among the lineup of features set for 15th annual Stony Brook Film Festival.
Zach Braff, Bobby Cannavale, Sutton Foster and Ari Graynor are on tap to star in the world preem of Paul Weitz's Off Broadway play "Trust."
Daniel Pipski, former senior veep at Groundswell, has joined Andrew Lauren Prods., partnering with Lauren as the company shifts its focus to more commercial projects.
Robert Duvall will take home the Compass Rose acting award from the Nantucket Film Fest.
Zipporah Films and mTuckman Media will release Frederick Wiseman docu "Boxing Gym," beginning with a New York run in October.
Jerry Seinfeld will direct Colin Quinn in solo show "Long Story Short," hitting Off Broadway's Bleecker Street Theater this summer for an eight-week run.
An arbitrator has ruled in favor of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society -- the legit helmers union that goes by SDC -- in a decision that will require the Broadway League to include a $1…