Matt Damon has been named ShoWest 2005 male star of the year. Damon will next be seen opposite George Clooney and Amanda Peet in "Syriana."
Drew Barrymore will receive a special Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film Award at ShoWest for her career achievements.
Kate Burton is set to headline a Broadway revival of "The Constant Wife."
"Family Guy" is going legit. In a first of its kind for a primetime skein, 20th Century Fox Television is partnering with Montreal Comedy Festival producer Just for Laughs to mount a two-hour stage…
It will be 50 years in December 2006 since the original opening night of Leonard Bernstein's "Candide." Despite countless subsequent revisions in both traditional musical theater and opera stagings…
Kicking off the fifth season of nostalgic series "Broadway by the Year," producer-writer Scott Siegel recalled the musicals of 1929, a year marked by that ultimate nosedive, the Great Depression. In…
In her one-night stand in the Rose Room, Lincoln Center's lofty new jewel-box space, Broadway baby Elaine Stritch defined the rare art of solo performance so few performers achieve. At the worldly…
The 1999 shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., are grist for "Columbinus," written by the United States Theater Project and making its debut at the Round House. It's a wordy but…
"Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life" will replace the planned "Anything Goes" at the Ahmanson Theater this summer. Musical, written by four-time Tony Award winner Terrence McNally with direction and…
"Wicked," the road's next tuner behemoth, did not kick off its tour Tuesday as scheduled in Toronto. Stephanie J. Block, who plays Elphaba, the wicked witch, suffered a minor injury during rehearsal…
George Lucas will receive a special "Galactic Achievement" award at ShoWest to honor the enduring success of the "Star Wars" saga.