A much-produced legit staple since its preem in 1993, Steve Martin's imagined 1904 Parisian night out with twentysomethings Pablo Picasso (Eric Ashmore) and Albert Einstein (Richard Wylie) works best…
In "Insurrection: Holding History," a gay African-American grad student travels back in time to witness the Nat Turner slave rebellion. Amid the discovery of slavery's horrors, he also finds love…
The Alliance of Vienna Stages will present the first foreign-language production of "The Producers."
One-man play "Lackawana Blues" by Ruben Santiago Hudson, standup Dwayne Kennedy, Brad Hall's musical "Otis Lee Crenshaw" and Clare Kilner's feature "Janice Beard" were among the winners at the eighth…
Kodak is expected to lay its digital-cinema cards out on the table at the ShoWest confab in Las Vegas today.
Madonna is the latest thespian newcomer to the West End, where she will open May 23 in an Australian comedy called "Up For Grabs." The David Williamson play has been described as a satire on the art…
Twentieth Century Fox will preem its much-anticipated trailer for "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" on Tuesday at ShoWest 2002.
Potentially searing subject matter rarely rises above room temperature in "Necessary Targets," Eve Ensler's play set in a refugee camp for Bosnian women in 1995. The play's limpness comes as an…
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Douglas Wick, producer of Sony's upcoming "Stuart Little 2," was Wednesday named ShoWest 2002's producer of the year.
Skedded for demolition, Sunset Boulevard's Tiffany Theater in West Hollywood will close its doors with Alan Bennett's "Talking Heads."