The New York premiere of "Aeros" took place during the first week of Pilobolus Dance Theatre's season at The Joyce Theater. I saw the work on July 20th, the day the engagement
"When Bob Fosse did the show in the 1970s, it seemed to be a very, very black satire. Over the past 20 years, from what we've absorbed in our living rooms on television, the show seems less cynical, and simply some sort of reality that we are living. So ...
New York City artists in performance, visual, and computer arts, are doing real well, thanks to the beneficence of Creative Capital, a privately funded New York City-based national grant-making and service organization.
PHILADELPHIA - The first Philadelphia Fringe Festival, featuring over 100 artists in nearly 40 venues, took Olde City by storm over the weekend of Sept. 17-21. The Fringe boasted more variety than New York City's August Fringe, with a broader dance, movement, and installation
Over the past few years, younger members have joined and brought new energy to Manhattan's theatrical social clubs. Here's a look at some of the younger lions, and how they got connected and stay active in each of the four clubs profiled in this
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) has introduced two websites which allow members and film-TV distributors to monitor signatory confirmation
(The Stage) LONDON-Many of the UK's leading theatre producers are exploiting the lack of regional union representation for children by failing to even cover junior performers' basic expenses, industry experts have claimed.
"Broadway on Broadway," consistently one of New York City's most popular free public spectacles, will return again this year to Times Square on Sun., Sept. 13, from 12 noon-2 pm. According to the League of American Theatres and Producers, the event is expected to draw a crowd of over