President Bush is granting interviews to two of the nation's highest-profile TV journalists on the eve of the anniversaries of Hurricane Katrina and 9/11, two events that will define his presidency.
Tapes of new BBC skein "Robin Hood" have been stolen from independent producer Tiger Aspect in Hungary, where it's filming, according to the BBC Web site.
Douglas McGrath's "Infamous" will kick off the seventh Woodstock Film Festival, and Philip Haas' "The Situation" has been slated to open the 14th Hamptons Film Festival.
Philip Haas' "The Situation" has been slated to open the 14th Hamptons Film Festival.
Usher ushered in a nearly $250,000 boost for "Chicago," the 10-year-old revival in which the pop/R&B star began performing last week. The tuner pulled in $747,330 for the week ending Aug. 27, a rise…
Annie Parisse, the assistant district attorney on "Law & Order," and Zak Orth, star of the Drama Dept. production of "Rope," will topline "The Internationalist" Off Broadway at the Vineyard this fall.
The Shakespeare Society has enlisted helmer Jack O'Brien and thesps Marin Mazzie, Tom Wopat and Brian d'Arcy James, among others, for an evening centered on Broadway tuner versions of the Bard's…
The Broadway incarnation of "Grey Gardens" will make the transfer from Off Broadway with most of its original ensemble, including John McMartin, Bob Stillman and Matt Cavenaugh.
Warner China Film HG will reunite with China's hottest helmer of the moment, Ning Hao, for "Crazy Racer," another high-octane tale of Chinese urban life.
In New York: That cyclonic force of nature, Elaine Stritch opens at the Cafe Carlyle with her brand-new bombshell of a show on Sept. 12. At this point, La Stritch is downright legendary, and if you…
Jupiter Telecommunications has bolstered its position as Japan's No. 1 cabler by acquiring Osaka-based Cable West from Matsushita Electric, ending the latter's involvement in the business.