Broadcast journalist, theater critic and writer Virginia Woodruff died in New York City of natural causes on May 12. She was 84.
Theater And Broadcasting
Betty White, Second City troupe feted for broadcasting contributions
What a difference a decade makes. The neighborhoods around Ground Zero have enjoyed a rebirth in the years since the Sept. 11 attacks devastated lower Manhattan.
As Hurricane Irene bore down on New York City over the weekend, Gothamites effectively closed up shop, canceling subway service, shuttering Broadway venues and movie theaters and sending newsies…
In the expanding world of live theatrical HD broadcasting, most of the business gets done not in some bustling hi-tech office space, but by a husband and wife in a Brooklyn brownstone with a stroller…
Focus Features has upped Jane Evans to a newly created post as exec veep of physical production. Evans will report to Andrew Karpen, Focus prexy and co-prexy of sibling Rogue Pictures.
Scorsese's Stones doc premieres in N.Y.
Parlayed a positive attitude and practical training into steady P.A. work.
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