At a time when opera companies throughout America are trimming budgets to the bone, cutting back on plans for major new productions, and, in general, just hoping to survive, Santa Fe Opera continues…
In Broadway's latest variation on the time-honored Hollywood housekeeping deal, James Lapine -- a highly regarded writer and director best known for his collaborations with Stephen Sondheim and…
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The owner of the "Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent" copyright has sued the producers and director of a play at the Blank Theater in L.A. that uses a Cecil-like character.
Attorneys William J. Immerman, Robert O. Kaplan, Lawrence E. May and Keith Lee Wilson have signed on with the Century City-based entertainment law firm of Kenoff & Machtinger.
The Showcase Playhouse is an ambitious theater company: Its production of two one-act plays by John Corig shows sparks of talent and ingenuity in spite of the writer's stilted scenes, characters and…
"Phantom of the Opera" cast member D.C. Anderson will auction a pair of seats to the musical's final daytime performance Aug. 29 to benefit Equity Fights AIDS. Bidding deadline is 3 p.m. Friday.
The play, taking place in a strip joint, is emceed by Eelie (Illana Levine), a ditzy dancer with a heart of gold. She intros three co-workers, who each reenact a tale of woe about the men who "done…
Carol Sterling (Deborah Harmon) fights off thoughts of killing her ex-husband , Victor (Michael Callan). The man, who employs their two grown children (Peter Rofe and Christen Nelson) for his…
Johnny Clegg and Savuka (Zulu for "we have risen"), touring in support of their fifth Capitol Records release, "Heat, Dust & Dreams," lived up to their reputation as expert showmen.