Michael Langham, who staged the National Actors Theater's good production last year of "Saint Joan," continues to bring distinction to Tony Randall's young company, kicking off the third season with…
Eric Bogosian's characters are getting more fed up, frustrated and pissed off at the screwy society that shuns them. In his latest set of turbulently energized monologues, the sleepy-eyed soloist…
On the heels of plans to move into film directing, stage director Des McAnuff has agreed to stay on as artistic director of the La Jolla Playhouse through the end of the 1994 season, at which time he…
When it comes to "politically incorrect" comedians, Comedy Central just doesn't get the joke. In the most serious of tones, the laff cabler has filed a lawsuit against Borscht Belt comic Jackie Mason…
The League of Off Broadway Theaters & Producers reached a tentative agreement on a new, four-year contract with Actors Equity Assn. Monday night.
Mickey Mouse might be moving to Times Square, but legit honchos want to know who's supplying the cheese.
Without his leading lady on hand, Andrew Lloyd Webber made a rare press appearance in Los Angeles Wednesday to talk about the somewhat revamped L.A. "Sunset Boulevard," the planned American cast…
A new play commissioned by Bill Cosby titled "Mothers," written by Kathleen McGhee-Anderson, will have three performances during L.A. Theatre Works' 1993 fall "The Plays The Thing" radio series.
The nominees in the Equity and the 99-seat theater categories have been chosen for the sixth annual theater awards from the Beverly Hills/Hollywood chapter of the NAACP.
Appropriately announcing his entrance with the classic "Are You Experienced," the second coming of Jimi Hendrix -- Lenny Kravitz -- was a retro '60s vision in white bellbottoms, chunky platforms and…