If any of the five women and two men in "Loose Knit" have any redeeming qualities, playwright Theresa Rebeck has gone to considerable length to hide them, and she's been amply assisted by director…
Neil Simon and Andrew Lloyd Webber, among others, have been doing big-bucks business in Los Angeles this summer, as the touring legit biz has begun to heat up just in time for some more jumbo tuners…
He had to chase her all the way to London, but in the end Arnold Schwarzenegger caught up with his unofficial biographer Wendy Leigh, who revealed the Nazi past of the actor's father, and forced her…
Universal City Studios Inc. has deposited $ 102,987 with the clerk of the Los Angeles Superior Court and filed a petition asking that the court decide whether the money belongs to producer Matty…
Broadway general manager and producer R. Tyler Gatchell Jr., 50, died July 1. The cause of death was a heart attack, according to his longtime companion, Mark Shannon.
Rap artist Eric (Eazy-E) Wright has been ordered to pay about $ 58,000 a year in what a prosecutor said was the largest child-support order ever handled by the Los Angeles County district attorney's…
The critically panned musical on Marlene Dietrich's life, "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," folded Thursday after only a three-month run in the Hollywood legend's hometown.
Jurors in the trial of a defamation lawsuit against filmmaker Michael Moore will view never-before-seen footage from the 1990 film "Roger & Me."
The Hollywood Policy Center will host "Dancing in the Deep End," a dance and art party to benefit the Summer of Service Project on Thursday at 8 p.m. at Megaboom.
Sometimes the act of reaching for a dream proves sufficient to resuscitate self-esteem; this theme of hope is the foundation upon which Matthew Witten builds his comic drama. In director Billy Hayes'…