The off-Broadway musical spoof "Oil City Symphony" is amusing and enjoyable, though some of its edge is lost in the transfer from downtown New York in the ' 80s to uptown Pasadena in the '90s.
One of the great hopes of Windham Hill's pop-oriented High Street label, Gorka is a critic's favorite still seeking his big sales break.
The Plitt Amusement Company has filed a $ 5 million suit against Norman Lear's Act III Communications, charging that Act III illegally pressured its financer in the purchase of a large number of…
The legit coffers continued to expand last week, as six shows reported $ 1, 415,657, up from previous week's $ 1,347,690.
A Dec. 15 deadline has been set for screenplay entries to the New Harmony Project, which is designed to create a nurturing environment for established writers, unproduced writers and students.
Hollywood hasn't been very good to Thelonious Monster. And the band reciprocated by becoming legendary for its in-fighting, substance abuse and the resultant fiascos, both onstage and off.
The winner of the musical hype-of-the-year award (just edging out the U2 road extravaganza) was this, the alleged final show of Ozzy Osbourne, which was highlighted by his reunion with Black Sabbath…
NEW YORK--If there is any reason at all to revive George Kelly's 1924 snoozer "The Show-Off" in 1992, it is nowhere in evidence in the enervating revival that kicks off the Roundabout Theater's 27th…
That was the impetus for Bobby Gaylor, the former "Prince of Darkness," to switch over the last three months from frank discussions of sex and scatology to family humor, a new twist showcased here to…
SAN FRANCISCO--Re-worked and re choreographed since its initial perf at the Theatre Royal de la Monnaie, Brussels, on March 19, 1991, the Peter Sellars (director)/John Adams (music)/Alice Goodman…