‘Tis the season for marking time — and coveted real estate space on Rodeo Drive. At 210 N. Rodeo in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night, renowned jeweler Tiffany & Co. unveiled the first stage of a…
A commercial transfer of the American Repertory Theater’s revival of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie,” which premiered earlier this year Cambridge, Mass., opened on Broadway Sept. 26. The…
Halle Berry will star in and produce "Mother," an indie comedy that's being developed to go into production early next year.
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Gotham partygoers are used to celebs in their midst. So it was remarkable that at least one star made everyone go all gushy at the March 20 opening night party of Broadway's new "Breakfast at…
It’s like trying to ignore the elephant in the room, watching Richard Greenberg’s stage adaptation of Truman Capote’s 1958 novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s and trying not to think about Audrey…
New York-based praisery Frank PR has promoted three of its staffers, with Tiffany Malloy tapped to become a director of publicity at the firm. Stephanie Davidson will step up to manager of publicity…
Memory floats on a giant plane of regret in American Repertory Theater's epic and intimate production of "The Glass Menagerie," trapped forever between a shimmering black sea and an endless void that…
Smith-Anoa'i is still working in a relatively new field; her position didn't exist five years ago at CBS until she pitched it to her bosses.
Harvey Fierstein and John Tiffany, a pair of legiters with Broadway tuners on the docket this spring, have recently signed with CAA. Fierstein wrote the book for “Newsies,” Disney Theatrical Prods…
Four of "The Breakfast Club" stars gathered for a 25th anniversary screening at the Paris Theater, followed by a Q&A with Kevin Smith.
Sean Mathias' production loses an awful lot in translation.