Now in its 25th year, ASCAP's annual monthlong workshop climaxes with each student given 16 minutes to conduct a full 60-piece orchestra.
With new plays thin on the ground for the 2013-14 Broadway season, Manhattan Theater Club has lined up one to watch, reteaming scribe John Patrick Shanley, who wrote Pulitzer winner "Doubt," with the…
A warm, continually thrilling meeting of two kindred spirits.
The 300-plus music pros behind the World Soundtrack Awards, the culminating event of the Ghent Film Fest in October, have announced the nominees for Discovery of the Year, which recognizes rising…
Alexandre Desplat, John Williams, Howard Shore, Alberto Iglesias and Cliff Martinez were all double nominees for the World Soundtrack Awards, the culmination of the Ghent Intl. Film Festival in…
FILM MOTION PICTURE, DRAMA“The Descendants”“The Help”“Hugo”“The Ides of March”“Moneyball”“War Horse” MOTION PICTURE, COMEDY OR MUSICAL“50/50″WINNER: “The Artist”“Bridesmaids”“Midnight in Paris”“My…
Close to 100 original scores have been deemed eligible for the 84th Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday.
"The Artist" is painting itself quite an awards-season picture indeed, as The Weinstein Co. pic led all Golden Globe nominations with six, padding an already robust kudos tally for the silent…
One look at Albert Nobbs and you can tell he's not your typical 19th-century butler.
If you ignore much of the decor, it will help you make some sense of the play.
A fully baked Gaelic nutroll of a comedy confected from equal parts "Pleasantville," "The Quiet Man" and the old "Carry On" comedies.