The Shubert Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Broadway theater owner the Shubert Org, will hand out $18.2 million in 2010 grants to support 450 non-profit theater and dance companies across the…
The Hamptons Film Fest announced that "Beneath Hill 60," an Australian import that details WWI-era heroics, has won the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize.
Multihyphenate Charles Randolph-Wright has won the 2010 Paul Robeson Award from legit thesp union Actors' Equity Assn. The Robeson is handed out to multi-hyphenates in recognition of "a person who…
New blood came to Broadway during Week 18 (Sept. 20-26), with five productions kicking off previews and adding a chunk of coin to the pot.
Road grosses dipped slightly to 0.3% in Week 18 (Sept. 20-26), despite four of the 10 shows pulling in more than $1 million.
Road grosses increased 12.7% in Week 17 (Sept. 13-19), with four of the nine shows pulling in more than $1 million.
Broadway box office inched upward in Week 17, recovering from the $3 million tumble it took in the frame after Labor Day.
Almost 30 years after his death, John Lennon still draws a crowd.
For a movie that features a single actor in a single place, Lionsgate's "Buried" received an A-grade New York premiere last night.
The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Memorial Trust has selected Lynn Nottage for its 2010 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.
The stage adaptation of DreamWorks' "Catch Me If You Can" is now officially skedded to hit the Rialto with an opening date slated for April 10, 2011.
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