Screenvision, which provides onscreen advertising to nearly 15,000 screens in the U.S., said it would invest more than $50 million to deploy a digital distribution network with technology and…
Altering the usual dynamic of Tuesday's opening ceremony, ShoWest allowed Jeffrey Katzenberg to command as much stage time as MPAA topper Dan Glickman.
In his bid to boost 3-D cinema, George Lucas will present clips of the original "Star Wars" (or as it's been retitled, "Star Wars: Episode IV -- A New Hope") at a Thursday presentation.
Sony unveiled its long-delayed 4K digital projector Tuesday. Landmark Theaters has bought six of the projectors, which display images in 4K resolution, twice the pixel count of previous models.
There's much to swoon over at Cedar Lake's new theater space in the heart of the Chelsea gallery district: 7,000 square feet of performance space in an unconverted warehouse that once housed Annie…
In Neil Bartlett's fevered production of Christopher Marlowe's "Dido, Queen of Carthage," it's hard to tell the difference between the gods and the mortals. Juno, Jupiter and Venus are extravagantly…
Playwright Austin Pendleton, who also wears hats as actor, director and acting teacher, is clearly not a man consumed by the pressing dramas behind today's headlines. In the cultural-history piece…
Hugh Jackman will return as host of the 2005 Tony Awards. Stint will mark the third year in a row that Jackman has headlined the kudofest; the CBS telecast airs live on June 5.
In Noah Haidle's 2004 comedy "Mr. Marmalade," the young playwright deals with the sexual fantasies of preschoolers. His latest South Coast Repertory world premiere focuses on sexual fantasies in…
It has to be tough for a social satirist these days. Pop culture -- especially our celebrity culture -- has become so shameless it almost seems impervious to ridicule. In Sandra Bernhard's wickedly…