Reporting by Rob
Led by an upsurge in jobs on Broadway and in road shows, Actors' Equity posted record member earnings and employment figures for the 1996-97
In the ongoing power play between Disney and the theatrical unions, a conflict was resolved this week and a major strike by Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 averted. But the story is hardly
Jason Lewis (prod.) is accepting submissions for Envy, a digital film about a societal misfit who uses Frankensteinian methods to alter his personality. Dir. Dan Brazelton. One-weekend shoot starts mid-Mar. Meals provided. There is deferred pay.
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The Center for Arts Education (CAE) has awarded $6 million over the next four years to 24 NYC public schools for arts education projects, and theatres are playing a greater role.
For our Nov. 27 spotlight on agents, Back Stage is looking for actors who have or have had agents and would like to be interviewed. We'll be profiling a dozen or more performers, falling in one of three categories: those who have signed with an agent, those who have ...
The inevitable and ongoing summer closings and cast replacements on Broadway and Off-many of them driven by stars better known from other fields of show business-were punctuated by the sudden departure of Judi Dench from "Amy's View" last week, to be with her ailing husband in