The fourth annual Winnipeg Master Playwright Fest, which began its 18-day run Thursday, this year features 15 works by Edward Albee.
ZDF Enterprises has inked a deal with National Geographic covering exclusive marketing rights of clip archives.
Eddie Izzard, the cross-dressing comic who scored big on Broadway last season in director Laurence Boswell's revival of Peter Nichols' "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg," has a follow-up venture planned…
Westbeth Entertainment plans to import a quintet of funnymen from the U.K. to Off Broadway in early March.
Terp and thesp Ann Miller, who tapped her way through the golden age of movie musicals and became a star of legit tuners later in life, died Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
Another gigantic "American Idol" performance propelled drama "The OC" to new ratings heights on Wednesday as Fox dominated primetime, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Original scripts: Small. Adapted scripts: Big. That's the thinking of the Writers Guild, which tapped five arthouse faves for the original script race, while four out of the five adapted screenplay…
Liberty Media Intl. has abruptly ousted the CEO of Pramer, its Argentina-based pay TV programmer and distributor, amid rumors of unsound business practices.
Chinese broadcasters' plans to go digital have suffered a setback, as new figures show digital cable ended 2003 with just 201,000 subscribers, way behind the 1 million target.
Sean Astin, Beau Bridges, Mika Boorem, Linda Hamilton, Cheri Oteri and Erik von Detten have come on board "Smile," a coming-of-age drama set in the United States and China.
The Recording Academy will stage February's Grammy Awards in two separate buildings with an eye toward nabbing a TV home for the pretelecast portion of the kudos ceremony.