Opera luminary and media darling Cecilia Bartoli, who had never before sung any closer to Los Angeles than Pasadena (twice, at the lamented Ambassador Auditorium) brought down the house so many times…
Djimon Hounsou, Oscar-nominated for his role in Jim Sheridan's "In America," will be honored as supporting actor of the year at ShoWest 2004.
"Thou Shalt Not Miss It." What else could that be but the tagline for a new stage musical based on "The Ten Commandments"?
Brian F. O'Bryne, Adam Rothenberg, and Amy Ryan will play key roles in the Kennedy Center's upcoming production of "A Streetcar Named Desire," part of a spring festival of plays by Tennessee Williams.
Off Broadway has them coming and going. The new producing team of Arielle Tepper and Freddy DeMann will bring the Worth Street Theater production of Tristine Skyler's "The Moonlight Room" to Theater…
Milton Olin, former head of business and legal affairs at A&M Records, chief operating officer of Napster and senior counsel to the law firm of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, has partnered with David…
Theater League has awarded $5000 in grants to Long Beach area high schools. Grants are focused on enhancing musical theater experiences for high school students by providing extended production and…
"Movin' Out," the Twyla Tharp-Billy Joel dance musical, will open Broadway/L.A.'s 2004-05 season at the Pantages Theater.
Broadway grosses continued to tumble during Week 36 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1), as cold weather still plagued the city. B.O. was down by 6.4% overall to $11,691,284. Attendance fell by 4.1% to 177,064.
It could be a long, hot summer on Broadway -- whatever the thermostat says. Actors' Equity's contract with the League of American Theaters and Producers expires in late June, and a confrontation is…
Road grosses rose by 5.6% to $15,733,766 during Week 36 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1).