MGM has named studio veteran Darcie Denkert prexy of a new corporate unit created to promote the studio brand and the Lion's massive film and TV library.
There's nothing secretive, or even subtle, about the thematic undercurrents in Joe Hortua's "Making It," a play developed at last year's Sundance Institute and receiving its premiere production at…
Consider first the opening, wordless but by no means silent: A pair of shaven-headed men, their faces knotted in pain, sweat dripping, stum-bling about the stage swatting invisible flies in a grunted…
When director Michael Apted embarked on his famous "7-Up" documentary series, he sought to prove the adage, "Give me the child until he is 7 and I will give you the man."
If you're going to write only half a play, you might as well have a leading man who plays every moment to the fullest. That's the position occupied by Lloyd Owen in "The York Realist," an…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Tony Awards producer Elizabeth I. McCann recently fired off a missive to the execs at CBS regarding the 2002 telecast. The news: This year's ceremony looks to be a celebrity-studded affair.
The stage is little more than twisted metal and filthy concrete, the theater walls have been rocketed and bombed, the roof has been reduced to rubble, and the seats are hard, broken and cold, but in…
Matt Wolf: Strands