New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs has taken legal action against three local modeling agencies, charging them with scamming hopeful models by making promises the firms knew they couldn't
NYC Loves a (Toyota) Summer
The House of Representatives on Tuesday afternoon began to consider the funding bill for the Interior Department. The bill includes $98 million for the National Endowment for the Arts
If you've been hearing rumors of a massive boom in commercial casting following the strike, or of a huge casting frenzy in film and television work in preparation for what could be another long walkout, but you haven't exactly been filling your datebook with auditions, you're not ...
The flow of American film and TV production into Canada has become a major bone of contention in ongoing negotiations for a new Screen Actors Guild contract--talks that should have reached their deadline as of the evening of Apr. 2. One of the SAG's chief goals is to extend ...
The League of Chicago Theatres (LCT) has named Marj Halperin as its new executive director. The appointment, which follows an eight-month search, fills a leadership vacuum that began last December when Tony Sertich resigned the position under
CHICAGO-The Goodman Theatre production of "Death of a Salesman" paralleled its Tony Award triumphs at the 31st annual Joseph Jefferson Awards last Monday night, sweeping top honors for a play including outstanding production, direction (Robert Falls), actor (Brian Dennehy) and supporting actress (Elizabeth Franz).