Comedians like Richard Lewis, Ray Romano and Keenen Wayans vividly recall their first time at one of the Improv clubs. Others, such as Larry David and Bill Maher, remember an overarching sense of…
Fox and "Motown" producer Kevin McCollum have formed a joint venture to develop live stage productions based on the studio's titles. They are joined by Tom McGrath and film producer John Davis.
So much has changed in the LGBT community recently, it's hardly surprising that those seismic shifts would be reflected in this year's pics at Outfest Los Angeles, which runs July 11 through 21 at…
It’s summertime, but that didn’t prevent the Annenberg Space for Photography from staging L.A.’s first major exhibition of Helmut Newton’s photos. The famed photographer, of course, always took up…
It's not your typical industry charity gala that takes place at Jesse Lasky's palatial estate, built in 1919 in the Hollywood Hills. Nor is it typical that your guest speakers are four teens from…
David Mamet's trifle "November" suddenly looks like a political classic compared to Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn's "Yes, Prime Minister." Recycled and updated from a U.K.TV series, this stage comedy…
Presenter Colin Farrell, host Max Greenfield and honoree Josh Lieberman had a curious Jewish/Catholic thing going on at the 12th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball.
This season's Tony-nommed musicals took various routes to Broadway. Here's how a few producers recall that often arduous trek to the bigtime.
Though they starred in shows that ran for only single seasons, Rannells and Gad had interesting adventures in the smallscreen world.
The 1993 romantic comedy "Sleepless in Seattle" has been turned into a stage musical that can best be described as pointless in Pasadena.
John Caird is best known to Broadway and L.A. auds for his staging of "Nicholas Nickleby" and "Les Miserables," but he also helms operas, such as "Tosca," now on display at LA Opera.