The revival-laden Broadway season loses one. The producers of "I'm Not Rappaport" have pushed back its opening from late April to the second week of July.
Marisa Tomei, nominated for a supporting actress Oscar for her performance in Miramax's "In the Bedroom," Tuesday was named ShoWest's supporting actress of the year for 2002.
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The Hollywood-based Greenway Court Theater production of "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" garnered eight noms from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, which salutes legit fare in L.A. and Orange…
Bronson Pinchot and Christopher Burns display expansive talents in the San Diego staging of "Stones in His Pockets," which launches a miniature national tour of Marie Jones' hit play about Irish…
Piano Player Steve Altman Gambler Lucie Ayala Billy Jo Paul Bartholomew Katie Nancy Broccolo Gambler Soledad Campos Injun James Ferris Ronald Jim Hanna Mysterious Stranger Rita Kane…
With B.O. up 7.63%, Broadway defied past trends and improved on the previous session's holiday weekend.
Julian Fellowes, who penned the Oscar-nominated "Gosford Park," Monday was named ShoWest 2002's screenwriter of the year.
Road grosses held steady during Week 38 (Feb. 11-17), inching up by a small .7% to $14,723,568.
Henry who? That was probably the popular reaction to the news that Henry Goodman would take over as Max Bialystock in "The Producers" following the mid-March exit of Tony winner Nathan Lane.
The slightly aggressive title of the Wooster Group's new fantasia on Racine's "Phedre" is a little obscure, but very apt. It's a translation of a fairly innocuous French term from, uh, badminton, but…