Naomi Watts, enjoying broad kudos for her toplining perf in David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive," on Tuesday was named ShoWest 2002 Female Star of Tomorrow.
The Lincoln Center Festival 2002 will display a decidedly international bent this summer. The Kirov will unveil four full-length balletsl while the New National Theater of Tokyo will stage a revival…
Hoyts Cinemas CEO Paul Johnson has been named ShoWest 2002's international exhibitor of the year, officials announced Monday.
Coming off the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, Broadway marked time with a tiny $4,669 hit at the box office. Total tally came to $10,074,340 for 20 productions.
If Tori Spelling proves one thing by stepping onto the stage in "Maybe Baby, It's You," it's that she has a good sense of material for herself. After all, this series of romantic comedy sketches…
The horror of Sept. 11, as appalling as this sounds, has inspired a hilarious one-woman cabaret outing by actress Jenifer Lewis. Incorporating original material co-written by Mark Alton Brown, with…
Uta Hagen and David Hyde Pierce will not make the waltz to Broadway this season. The duo had planned to open their "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks," helmed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, at the Booth…
ShoWest has tapped Will Smith male star of the year. The "Ali" thesp is skedded to appear in Las Vegas March 7 to accept the nod at the ShoWest Gala Award Banquet.
"It requires all my fortitude to recall the memory of the frightful events which I am about to relate, in proper detail, to my recollection." Thus runs a typical sentence from Mary Shelley's…
"Worldly Acts" is a compilation of five short plays, three of which appeared in "Zoetrope's" issue of one-acts from winter 2000. It's an uneven but never unpleasant evening, starting at tremendous…