The L.A. premieres of "Jolson: the Musical," and new revivals of "South Pacific" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" are among the highlights of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium's season…
BBC news chief Tony Hall has been forced into hiding under police guard after receiving death threats.
In a move welcomed by Hollywood studios, a federal court on Tuesday deemed unconstitutional a provision in a 20-year-old Pennsylvania law limiting the duration of exclusive theatrical bookings to six…
President Clinton said Thursday that he plans to invite "some high-level folks from the entertainment industry" to the White House in effort to put together a "national campaign" to combat violence…
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has named retail sales director Steve Johnston as managing director, effective immediately.
Will Brooklyn become the new Burbank? That's an idea many Gothamites are pondering now that talks of transforming the industrial wasteland known as the Brooklyn Navy Yards into 12 state of the art…
Kerry Packer almost certainly will have to dig deeper into his corporate coffers if he wants to control Hoyts Cinemas after an independent report commissioned by Hoyts branded the takeover offer as…
After a nasty spat with their parent union, the 2,700 members of United Scenic Artists Local 829 have abandoned the Intl. Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Trades.
German film distribution and production veteran Senator Film has signed an exclusive development and output deal with TFC Trick, an animation studio based in Hamburg.
Women's cable web Lifetime announced two new original primetime series Wednesday: "How Could It Happen" (working title) hosted by Melissa Etheridge, and "The Ruby Wax Show," starring British talkshow…
SFX Entertainment's net loss doubled to $17.6 million in the first quarter, SFX said Wednesday, despite sharply higher revenues flowing from the company's spate of acquisitions in recent months.