By Shalini Dore
Monday night's pre-show reception for the 3rd annual "Backstage at the Geffen" benefit got the thesps in the mood for the skits to come later in the evening.
It wasn't because he or his cast needed therapy that director Gordon Davidson brought psychiatrists to rehearsals for "The Talking Cure."
A play about actors should be a cinch for the cast, right? "To the contrary," said star Kate Mulgrew at Wednesday's opening night party for the Ahmanson's "The Royal Family" at Impresario. She said…
Women's rights will be the theme of the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, running April 14-18 at the ArcLight in Hollywood.
Steve Martin's latest adaptation, "The Underpants," opened at the Geffen Playhouse on March 17 with most attendees raving about how short the play was and how they loved not having an intermission.
Public Theater top dog George C. Wolfe dropped his bombshell -- that he'll step down "to write what I've been holding in for 11 years" -- just before Thursday's opening at the Mark Taper Forum of…
With titles such as "Pride and Prejudice," "Horatio Hornblower" and "Shackleton" as evidence, A&E's success with its Brit co-productions is due to careful, time-consuming preparation.
Mention the phrase "Cinderella story" and helmers Niki Caro and Gurindher Chadha make clear their dislike of it as a description of their coming-of-age sagas of girl empowerment: "Whale Rider" and…
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