Halloween isn't a fright fest just for Hollywood. In recent years, Gotham's legit scene has seen its array of October spook-taculars grow so big, it's almost scary.
Chris Rock has locked in a Broadway run in "The Motherf*cker with the Hat," a new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis set to open at the Schoenfeld Theater in April.
Santino Fontana ("Brighton Beach Memoirs") and David Furr ("Accent on Youth") are among the leads in the Roundabout Theater Company's upcoming Broadway revival of Oscar Wilde comedy "The Importance…
Theater aficionados may know most of the works of songwriter Stephen Sondheim. But they probably don't know "Evening Primrose."
A trio of marketers has launched Brigade, an entertainment publicity, digital marketing and creative agency with headquarters in Gotham and additional execs and staff in L.A.
Robin Williams has nailed down a Broadway run in "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo," the Rajiv Joseph play set to arrive on the Main Stem in March.
Nina Arianda, Jon Michael Hill, Kendrick Jones and Noah Robbins are the legit finalists for the first Clive Barnes Awards.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has made off with U.S. DVD rights to Banksy docu "Exit Through the Gift Shop," slating a Dec. 14 DVD release.
Magnet Releasing makes it a hat trick this week, scoring U.S. rights to Christopher Smith's "Black Death," the third film to seal a distribution deal with Magnet this week.
A trio of play revivals is circling Broadway -- none with officially confirmed dates, and each on the books with a differing degree of likelihood.
John Larroquette will give Broadway a try this spring, co-starring in the upcoming revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."