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…
It's all about the product. That's the gist of how several legiters interpret Broadway's cumulative totals for the 2009-10 season.
The final week in the 2009-10 season (May 17-23) came in with only a slight lift over the previous frame but a $2.4 million boost over the same week last year -- $22.9 million vs. $20.5 mil.
Off Broadway's "Avenue Q," the tuner that features Gary Coleman as a character, will pay tribute to the late actor at the end of the show's Friday evening performance.
Financial adviser Kenneth I. Starr has been accused of bilking big-name clients of more than $30 million, in charges brought Thursday in separate complaints from the U.S. attorneys office and the…
Incumbents John Hadity, Dana Kuznetzkoff and Mark Marabella have been re-elected as top officers of the Producers Guild of America East.
A financial advisor whose client roster includes a slew of celebs has been nabbed for allegedly bilking his clients out of $30 million.
Burr Steers has signed on to direct "Emperor: Young Caesar," a pic adaptation of the first volume of the "Emperor" novels by Conn Iggulden.
Janice Min, former head of Us Weekly magazine, has been named editorial director of the Hollywood Reporter.
IFC Films has picked up two alums of the 2009 SXSW film fest, "Made in China" and "Sorry, Thanks," for on-demand distribution.
Cate Blanchett, Helen Mirren, Antonio Banderas, Denzel Washington and Raquel Welch are among the celebs lined up to appear at the 2010 Tony Awards ceremony.