News

Sort by:

  • News

    Women in Theatre Sponsor Panel on Collaboration

    The League of Professional Theatre Women will sponsor a panel discussion, "The Joys and Agonies of Collaborating in the Musical Theatre," on Tues., Nov. 17. Lyricist Sheldon Harnick, author Will Holt, and composer Charles Strouse will speak on the panel. Edie Cowan, a director/choreographer, and Anne Croswell, a lyricist ...

  • News

    STAGE & SCREEN: Back

    To actually be a contender in pilot season and ultimately win the glorious prize that comes with the seemingly ordinary actor's title "series regular" is the breathtaking promise that Hollywood holds out, but most often snatches away. When an actor does catch hold, his life changes dramatically in ways ...

  • News

    NEWSWIRE

    SAG Opens Elected Posts to

  • News

    Back Stage West's Actorfest '99: A Day for Actors

    Saturday, April 17, 1999; 9 a.m. to 4

  • News

    Coming to Broadway

    Performances of the acclaimed revival of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh" begin at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on March 29, with an official opening on April 8. The cast will feature several film and TV stars, including Kevin Spacey as Hickey, Robert Sean Leonard as Don Parritt, and ...

  • News

    BISTRO BITS: Letting Go

    If being charming and funny is second nature for you, you're more than halfway to having the requirements for a certain kind of solid cabaret act. Which means that Matthew Aibel, who just finished a short stay at Don't Tell Mama, has bistro performing all but knocked. The ...

  • News

    Drama League Goes for Heckart

    Eileen Heckart, who has said her starring role in "The Waverly Gallery" will be the last legit performance of her career, received a Drama League Distinguished Performance Award at a Fri., May 5 luncheon.

  • News

    "Lion" Second King Of New Amsterdam

    Disney Theatrical Productions has announced a stage musical version of the animated film "The Lion King" as the first full production to be mounted at the New Amsterdam Theater. Set to open in the fall of 1997, the show will succeed another royal tuner, a concert presentation of the new ...

  • News

    FEATURE: There's Always Hope - Hope Davis is in acting for the long term, which is why she's kept one foot onstage and one in film.

    With brains, beauty, wit, and grace, Hope Davis exudes the kind of qualities associated with some of Hollywood's screwball leading ladies of yore-no-nonsense but never less than feminine dames like Carole Lombard, Margaret Sullavan, or Jean Arthur. Does Hollywood have a place for that type anymore? From her short ...

  • News

    IN SHORT

    B'way Stars in Free