Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up U.S. rights to Italian thriller "The Double Hour," with a release planned for the fall.
Sudden resignation stands as a stark reminder of the tough times facing indie distributors.
A new Broadway play by Pulitzer winner David Lindsay-Abaire is among offerings lined up for the 2010-11 season at Gotham's nonprofit Manhattan Theater Club. Also on the list are Off Broadway world…
A new Broadway play by Pulitzer winner David Lindsay-Abaire is among the offerings lined up for the 2010-11 season at Gotham nonprofit Manhattan Theater Club. Also on the list are Off Broadway world…
The touring incarnation of "Shrek the Musical" that launches this summer in Chicago will be a somewhat re-tooled version of the show, including a newly conceived version of one character, a new song…
Story about Florida girl who hopes to become a reader hired to entertain workers in a cigar factory.
'The Oath' and 'Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then' were supported by Creative Capital.
Show hits $1,008,104 and breaking the house record at the Cort Theater.
It's a boom time for "24" presidents on Broadway.
With Cherry Jones just announced for a return to the Rialto in "Mrs. Warren's Profession" and Gregory Itzin recently wrapping his stint in "Enron," former "24" commander in chief Dennis Haysbert has…