BookPals (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools) is a national program administered by the nonprofit Screen Actors Guild Foundation. Its goal is to foster students' imagination and connection to…
Now in its 25th year, ASCAP's annual monthlong workshop climaxes with each student given 16 minutes to conduct a full 60-piece orchestra.
Building brand awareness is something with which Diane Nelson, named president of the newly formed DC Entertainment in 2009, is quite familiar, having managed Warner Bros.' highly successful "Harry…
After years of watching their organization become increasingly enmeshed in much-publicized court battles and less-discussed but fairly persistent internal hiccups, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s…
The sentiment may not sound sexy, but it goes a long way toward explaining what led 20th Century Fox to tap Broadway producer Kevin McCollum for its new theatrical joint venture.
Appearing on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Tuesday, President Obama also addressed Russia's anti-gay propaganda laws, which have triggered a campaign to boycott Russian vodka and pressure on…
Though consistently entertaining as a brief history of the Catskills, Ron Frank and Melvut Akkaya's documentary suffers from an approach by turns scattershot and schmaltzy.
Time Warner Cable's broadband revenue climbed 12.5% in the second quarter, to $1.42 billion — driven primarily by higher-speed tiers and recently introduced cable-modem rental fees, which the…
“Murder for Two,” a two-character spoof by Joe Kinosian (book & music) and Kellen Blair (book & lyrics) of an old-fashioned stage whodunit, is the first musical produced by Second Stage at its Uptown…
Along with the news and announcements from Comic-Con come the rumors, and one intergalactic rumor has sent "Star Wars" fans into a flurry. Lucasfilm recently denied allegations that J.J. Abrams is…