Sir John Gielgud and a German theatrical company made stage history Friday, speaking Shakespeare's words in the partly rebuilt Globe Theater nearly four centuries after the Bard performed his work…
A theater-community charity that has raised more than $7 million to battle AIDS will receive a special Tony Award.
Faced with debt of more than $ 1 million, Long Beach Civic Light Opera directors have decided to reorganize the non-profit theater's operations and cut from the top.
"The Who's Tommy" is the latest musical work to be dusted off and receive a rousing '90s tuneup. Like last year's "Guys and Dolls" and "Crazy for You," it's going to pack them in for a long time…
Life has come full circle for Del Shores, the Texan actor-cum-writer who wrote a hit play six years ago and ended up reeling in Hollywood offers that most only dream about.
Neva's Tale," a family play in the classic form, shows the social morality of an affluent black family in the early l950s. Playwright Clif Harper has created many dynamic and well-developed…
"Memory Tricks," written, performed by Marga Gomez, developed with David Ford; director, Roberta Levitow; set, Buchanan; sound, Jeff Bova.
Longtime employee Ben Grant has retired from Universal Pictures Feature Distribution department after 24 years in various capacities at the company. Grant was most recently manager of the…
The harsh contemporary realities of AIDS form the background of Michael Kearns' love story "Myron," subtitled "A Fairy Tale in Black and White," and is an impressive work on several levels.
From the fast opening number, whose lyrics justify resetting Shakespeare's comedy in the Roaring '20s, to the closing conga line, West Coast Ensemble's musicalization is enigmatic but entertaining.