The 45-seat North Hollywood-based Road Theater Co. beat out Costa Mesa's venerable South Coast Repertory Theater for top honors at the 34th annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards, presented…
Broadway staged a quick comeback Tuesday. Mayor Michael Bloomberg called in a mediator Monday night to settle the four-day musicians' strike that shuttered 18 Broadway musicals over the weekend.
They are the men in the middle. Broadway's producers bet on them. The musicians hate them. Until now, the guys who created the virtual orchestras have been virtually invisible. Suddenly, they're at…
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Striking Broadway musicians and producers began what were billed as round-the-clock negotiations Monday night. The talks, held at Gracie Mansion at the invitation of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, are…
The veil of privacy Katharine Hepburn has so assiduously kept in place for most of her remarkable career is breached, fictionally at least, in this polished if unsurprising bio-play, which differs…
Daniel Stern, don't give up the day job. The rangy, appealing actor has penned his first play, a purported comedy detailing the angst inside a Malibu neighbor's home on the day of Barbra Streisand's…
Never say never. Creative Artists Agency is opening a New York office for George Lane, who recently ankled the William Morris Agency.
Broadway is talking numbers. It's either musician minimums or the number of dollars lost due to the strike. And with most Broadway theaters dark over the weekend as stagehands and actors walked out…
"Lovers at Versailles" is a play with so many surface inconsistencies that it's easy to overlook the genuine passion and truth lurking underneath. Story turns are illogical and vital scenes are…
For the first time in their six-year history, the Irish Times/ESB Theater Awards did not include a single nod to either the Abbey or Gate theaters, the country's most established companies.