Fathom Events is partnering with the Autism Society of America to bring alternative content to autistic customers, starting with the Bolshoi Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker" on Dec. 19…
Twice-blacklisted television director Charles S. Dubin, who worked prolifically over the course of more than four decades, helming more episodes of "MASH" -- 44 -- than any other director, died Sept…
"Billy Elliot" meets "Good Bye Lenin!" doesn't quite do justice to the subtler dimensions of Russian period comedy "My Dad Baryshnikov," but it gets across the major flavors.
Composer, lyricist, playwright and performer John Scoullar died of cancer on Friday, March 25. He was 61.
Richard Akins, former producer and executive director of the Jupiter Theater in Palm Beach County, Fla., died March 31, from a rare form of pancreatic cancer. He was 62.
Underwriting major performances over the next decade, Virginia businesswoman and arts philanthropist Catherine B. Reynolds has donated to the Kennedy Center its largest programming-related gift ever…
Ballet dancer Alexander Godunov, whose defection from the Soviet Union helped catapult him into a successful acting career, was found dead May 18 at his home in West Hollywood, Calif. He was 45…
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