It’s like trying to ignore the elephant in the room, watching Richard Greenberg’s stage adaptation of Truman Capote’s 1958 novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s and trying not to think about Audrey…
Screenwriter-director Douglas McGrath has lined up a Broadway project, penning the book for "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," which is aiming for a Rialto run in spring 2014, according to the…
For Noel Coward aficionados who don't exactly need another production of "Private Lives" or "Hay Fever," there's "Fallen Angels" at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Christopher Plummer's virtuosity and ability to command a stage have never seemed more secure in "A Word or Two," his current one-man show at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Go Digital has acquired U.S. rights to Marc H. Simon's feature documentary "Unraveled" about disgraced attorney and philanthropist Marc Dreier.
Speed prexy Hunter Nickell has resigned his post at the network, effective at the end of the year.
If films have taught us anything, it's that the odds of lasting happiness are stacked against urban yuppies seeking peace in the countryside, and so it is once more in "Wreckers."
Warner Bros. and Paramount are eyeing Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks for the feature version of post- 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" with Scott Rudin producing.
CBS has booked China as the location for the next edition of "Survivor," and locked in premiere dates for two key summer reality shows -- including Mark Burnett's "Pirate Master," which will premiere…
On Broadway, March always comes in like a lamb, never like a lion. Week 40 (Feb. 28-March 6) was no exception, as 25 shows brought in $12,577,154, down $2,515,508 or 16.67%.