It's opening night and you're a bundle of nerves waiting in the wings. You hear the hum of a thousand whispering audience members who greedily await your entrance. You know each line better than your mother's phone number. The once itchy and ill-fitting costume is now as ...
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The American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (AFTRA) has signed its second major broadcast contract in less than two weeks. The national performers' union has inked a landmark pact for productions on Telemundo, one of the nation's two largest Spanish-language networks and its eighth-largest TV
COLUMBUS/CINCINNATI - The Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati's enjoyable, tuneful season finale is Keeping the Faith (through June 8), a daffy new musical satire that pokes gentle fun at
"Defending the Caveman," comedian Rob Becker's long-running Broadway hit, is keeping the New York law firm of Kaufmann, Feiner, Yamin, Gildin & Robbins
(BPI) LOS ANGELES-Three toy guns found in a locked theater at Beverly Hills High School have contributed to the closure of Theater 40, a local theater company that has been housed on the campus since
Todo con Nada's Aaron Beall is calling for applications from artists interested in participating in his latest venture, "Pure Pop Theatre: A Festival of Popular Theatrical Entertainment."