Theater names Audra McDonald and Harold Prince are among the inaugural class of inductees at Lincoln Center’s new performing arts-focused hall of fame, Legends at Lincoln Center. Jazz legend Louis…
Ashton Springer, who produced plays ranging from “No Place to Be Somebody” to the Tony-nominated “Bubbling Brown Sugar,” died of pneumonia Monday in Mamaroneck, N.Y. He was 82. Springer was one of…
With "The Great Gatsby," opening May 10, director Baz Luhrmann revisits the delirium of star-crossed romance evocative of his signature films "Romeo + Juliet" (1996) and "Moulin Rouge!" (2001).
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ROME — Prolific Italian film and musical composer Armando Trovajoli, who scored more than 200 movies over six decades, including Vittorio De Sica's Oscar-winner "Two Women," played with jazz greats…
Quincy Jones turns 80 years young on March 14 -- and from his perch high up in Bel-Air with a 180-degree view of Southern California, he can look back at one of the most improbable careers in show…
California-based mega-retailer Amoeba Music, the last big record store on the block, has moved into the digital age with both feet.
A trio of production companies are teaming to tell the story of the Moulin Rouge, the first desegregated hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
Small-scale musical bio "Cookin' at the Cookery" frames the lusty talents of Tony winner Gretha Boston as the legendary Alberta Hunter and a frisky and versatile Janice Lorraine playing roles from…
Italian theatrical impresario Pier Quinto Cariaggi, who organized concert appearances in Italy for Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Harry Belafonte, among others, died June 28 in Milan after…
Artists and Models holds enough variety, comedy, color, spec, flash, dash and novelty for a couple of pictures. It's so replete with a cavalcade of radio, nitery, vaudeville and revuesque ingredients…