Following last week's announcement by CBS that "Two and a Half Men" will be renewed for its 11th season, Jerry Wilkes, the hardest working laugh-track operator in Hollywood, rejoiced that he'll be…
Surely no presenter has been shouted down before by the honoree himself. On Jan. 28, as Center Theater Group's Dante Di Loreto gave accolades to Carl Reiner, he was interrupted during a speech as he…
"Billy Elliot" and "Shrek the Musical" top the 2009 list of nominations for the Outer Critics Circle Awards, with either tuner nabbing 10 noms each.
The life of a teenage hoofer who runs away from home to perform on the vaudeville circuit is examined in "My Vaudeville Man!," the second production of York Theater's 40th season.
Two-time Oscar-winning actress Shelley Winters died of heart failure Saturday at the Rehabilitation Center of Beverly Hills. She had been hospitalized in October after suffering a heart attack. She…
It's 40 years since "Enter Laughing" was the vehicle for the ascent to stardom by Alan Arkin. The backstage comedy was never a great play. It hasn't improved with age, and the Berkshire Theater…
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