It's curtains for "Curtains." The Broadway tuner shutters June 29, about 16 months after it began perfs last spring.
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Twentieth Century Fox has skedded John Singleton's film version of 1980s TV series "The A-Team" for release on June 12, 2009.
It wasn't the performance many thought she'd give, but actress Linda Doucett arguably uttered one of the most memorable lines of the Anthony Pellicano trial to date.
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The North American touring production of "Spring Awakening" has set its sked, kicking off in September at San Francisco's Curran Theater.
The Brit papers opine that Jessica Simpson has rights to Jackie Collins' novel "Lovers & Players." But Jackie tells me that the work is still "in development."
Exec producers Linda Bloodworth and Harry Thomason are not ready to give up on their show "12 Miles of Bad Road."
The Goodman Theater's 2006 production of "King Lear," directed by Robert Falls and starring Stacy Keach, will be remounted next year by the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, D.C. Show will…
The Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) awarded prizes Wednesday to five of the 25 projects that were presented at the three-day script market.
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