Ward Morehouse III, the New York Post theatre columnist who treats every hike in Broadway ticket prices as history-making news, is suffering a backlash for his most recent such article. Morehouse reported in the March 17 Post that producers of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Misrables" planned to raise ...
With negotiations "far from resolution," the Broadway stagehands' union has voted to authorize a strike against the League of American Theatres and Producers that could begin as early as Thanksgiving. But the league has said it considers the strike threat only a negotiating
The BBC award for best play: "Goodnight Children, Everywhere" by Richard
The 23rd season of the American Theatre Wing's "Working in the Theatre" seminars begins Tues., Oct. 22 with the Performance Seminar, featuring a coterie of Broadway
Last week, the League took a week off to play a special All-star game against the Belmont Jockeys. Tate Donovan and Frank Wood were named game MVPs as the Broadway Show League beat Belmont, 8-3. This week, regular action resumed, and there were several very close contests.
With the goal of educating actors to take control of the business end of their profession, agent Flo Rothacker will lead the first in a series of seminars on the "Business of the Business" on Mon., July
The Mabou Mines/Suite presents a new one-woman show, "Not Medea," by Yuriy Tarnawsky. Tania Mara Miller performs, under the direction of Gregory Hlady. Performances are at P.S. 122 Toronado Theatre, 150 First Ave. (at 9th st.), NYC on Saturday, June 6th, and Sunday, June 7th, at 7:00pm ...
The Town Hall at 123 West 43rd Street has recently installed a $100,000 state-of-the-art 35-millimeter film projector and 27-speaker Dolby sound
Paul Antico (prod.) is accepting submissions for Chinese Fire Drill, an album cover photo shoot. Shoots Mar. 10. There is some pay.