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U.S. dramatist Sarah Ruhl beat Brit competish to win the top play prize for "In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play)" at the 2012 Theater Awards U.K., presented at London's Guildhall.
Each play packs a wallop, figuratively and literally; the combination of Hynes, her designers and a strong cast of Irish actors makes the marathons exceptional viewing.
The sheer length of Victor Hugo's doorstopper of a French Revolution saga didn't stop "Les Miserables" from being a stage sensation. Charles Dickens' similarly themed novel "A Tale of Two Cities" is…
The Kennedy Center will revive Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar's 1910 farce "The Guardsman" next season and host six touring productions including "The Book of Mormon" and "War Horse," the…
LONDON -- A stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning Olympic-themed pic "Chariots of Fire" leads the 2012 slate at London's off-West End Hampstead Theater.
This otherwise slick pic could require reshoots to restore it to something commercial crowds are willing to take seriously.
Daniel Burke, former Capital Cities/ABC president and CEO and the father of NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke, died of complications from diabetes at his home in Rye, N.Y., on Wednesday. He was 82.
A lot can happen in a generation. In Hollywood, surviving in the trenches long enough often means graduating from contemplating what one class of executives will do to chronicling the exploits of…
Steve Burke has finally landed the job he has long sought: studio chief.
Par's decided against picking up Fox's option to star as Mikaela Banes.
It was another mixed-bag year for the Dublin Theater Festival. Having taken flak in 2005 for not programming enough Irish work, a.d. Don Shipley stuck his neck out this year with three new shows from…