Seniors dance hip hop — sort of — in this high-concept, sweet-natured but currently bland and unsurprising new musical comedy "Gotta Dance," premiering in Chicago with a planned Broadway landing in…
With the Hamptons International Film Festival around the corner, the festival has released its full slate of programming. Richard Curtis’ "About Time" will be the Southampton opener on Oct. 11, while…
“August: Osage County” will play one of the two centerpiece slots at this year’s Hamptons Intl. Film Festival, joining a lineup of buzzy festival-circuit alums including opener “Kill Your Darlings,”…
The Lego animation whiz known as Bricktease recreates the opening scene from James Bond pic "Casino Royale" brick by tiny brick.
With Thursday's Oscar nominations in the music categories, the Academy offered up some notable contrasts.
The music branch has finally come to its collective senses.
LONDON -- "A Chorus Line" will receive its first London revival since the original production, opening in February at the London Palladium on the West End.
Jack J. Hayes, an Oscar-nominated composer and orchestrator who worked on more than 200 films during a Hollywood career that spanned 60 years, died of natural causes Wednesday in Coeur d'Alene…
Film goofs around lightheartedly while still doing some justice to the true-life story.
Even Donna McKechnie can't vitalize this revival of the dull Broadway version of Neil Simon's "The Goodbye Girl." What was charming and fast-paced on film became slow and clunky on stage, with the…
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