Jennifer Garner, star of the upcoming Sony/Revolution romancer "13 Going on 30" opposite Mark Ruffalo, will be honored at ShoWest 2004 as the female star of tomorrow.
Jane Fonda and Marisa Tomei were skedded to appear in "The Vagina Monologues" in Mumbai on Monday, Intl. Women's Day, to send a message against exploitation of women and girls in India.
The body of actor and monologist Spalding Gray was found Sunday in the East River near Brooklyn. He was identified through dental records and X-rays.
More than 2 million people in 20 countries throughout Asia, Europe, and North America have already seen the insanely manic rhythm show "Cookin''' (derived from the traditional Korean art form…
Producer Lawrence Gordon will receive the lifetime achievement award at ShoWest 2004.
If Eye execs at Black Rock don't want to see red, they'd be well advised to stay away from Tim Robbins' play "Embedded," now in previews at the Public Theater in New York.
Noises Off: Here's a strange pairing: the author of "Annie" and the mind behind Spy magazine.
After 12 years in operation, the Broadway Asia Co. finally has them coming and going.
A celebration of art from the 1940s, including a new production of "Mr. Roberts," will be among the highlights of the John F. Kennedy Center's 2004-05 season.
In "Drowning Crow," Regina Taylor's contempo African-American adaptation of "The Seagull" now on Broadway, young writer C-Trip rails about how black auds are fed "the same old 'A Raisin in the Sun'…
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