The nominations for the 2013 Tony Awards shaped up into a head-to-head battle between drag queens and little girls, with musical "Kinky Boots" leading the pack with 13 noms and "Matilda," with 12…
The five shows opening on Broadway this week have all gotten an awards-season boost, with the Drama League naming a wide-ranging slate of nominations that includes "Macbeth," "The Testament of Mary,"…
During the summer before they leave for college, two best friends fall for the same guy in the really bad drama "Very Good Girls," which marks the feature directing debut of onetime exceptional…
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It's been another strong year for toon features, both creatively and at the box office. The Globes can nominate five and here are the HFPA's short list of 12 contenders.
The spirit of the Blue Ridge Mountains will come to the Wilshire Ebell Theater on Sept. 29 as cast members and producers of "The Waltons" reunite to celebrate the show's 40th anniversary.
The wedding-day waffling of a '30s-era Brit femme yields predictable comedy and melodrama in "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding."
Warren Landry Lockhart, producer of the Oscar-winning documentary "Who Are the DeBolts? (And Where Did They Get 19 Children?)" and part of the team who helped turn Charles Schulz's Peanuts into…
The body count runs high at Brangwyn boarding school, but tension, surprise and viewer interest are the real casualties in this adaptation of Rachel Klein's young-adult vampire novel.
Old-school, mostly in a good way, the daintily drawn "Arrietty" is the latest feature from Studio Ghibli, whose "Spirited Away" and "Howl's Moving Castle" have made the Japanese production company an…
The Roundabout Theater Co.'s splendidly realized new production of Sean O'Casey's "Juno and the Pay-cock" invites the inevitable, sorrowing comparisons with today's newspaper headlines.