Producer Jeffrey Richards will reteam with scribe-actor Tracy Letts and helmer Pam MacKinnon to bring Letts’ 1993 play “Killer Joe” to Broadway for a production aiming to hit the boards sometime in…
Ahmed and Mohamed Abu Nasser's short film "Condom Lead" will appear in competition at Cannes, the first-ever Palestinian short to do so.
The recent $21 million payment to keep "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" afloat Down Under is clear evidence of a country employing creative means to keeps its appeal alive to big overseas productions.
Whatever headaches Richard Greenberg might be having, what with this month’s closing of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” on Broadway and next month’s opening of “Far From Heaven” at Playwrights Horizons, he…
Martin Richards, the longtime Broadway producer known to legiters as Marty, died of natural causes in his Manhattan home on Monday. He was 80 and had been battling cancer in recent months.
Biz Down Under on the way up
Urgent, bass-driven contempo music floods the auditorium; the costumes modishly mix bare flesh, tattoos and flouncing period frocks; the lighting is mainly acid-green; the actors shriek.
Government-back promo org Ausfilm announced Monday that it has a new topper in Debra Richards, who previously headed feevee industry body the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Assn.
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, plus a heavy dose of Swinging '60s nostalgia, fuel "The Boat That Rocked," Richard Curtis' hymn to the wild days of U.K. pirate radio.
When he dramatized a part of the plot of his Pulitzer-winning novel, Herman Wouk had no way of knowing that a half-century later, "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" would seem so disconcertingly…
Fanciful tennis-themed romance that compounds the old dilemma of "Will he get the girl?" with "Will he get the trophy?" Answers are too predictable and laughs too scattered to generate much humor or…