The Commercial Theatre Institute has announced its first new program initiative in more than two decades: a six-week seminar series focusing on the creative development process.
The upcoming talks on a new film-and-TV contract between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, scheduled to begin July 16 in Los Angeles, will focus on new media, residuals, and reality television, among many other issues. But these negotiations represent much more ...
Stanley Myron Handelman, who for decades took his subtle, brainy brand of humor to comedy clubs, TV screens and workshops for aspiring comics, has died.
Executive Editor David Sheward
Jamie Foxx is returning to the genre that won him an Oscar. The "Ray" star has signed on to topline the musical biopic "The Soloist" for DreamWorks.
The long-running L.A.-based comedy showCelebrity Autobiography:In Their Own Wordswill make its New York debut at an Actors' Fund benefit on Monday, Sept. 10.
Ben Kingsley, Meagan Good and John Oliver will star opposite Mike Myers, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Alba in the Paramount Pictures comedy "The Love Guru."
Back Stage and the Fine Arts Theatre invite you to a free screening ofSelf Medicated, an award-winning film about a Las Vegas teen who must dig his way out of self-destruction.
Frank Miller continues to lure femmes fatales for "Will Eisner's The Spirit," lining up Eva Mendes for the key role of Sand Saref, a beauty with dangerous curves.