Though the financial problems of the York Theatre Company have been severe enough to postpone one of its productions, Artistic Director James Morgan is cautiously optimistic about the company's
The PaineWebber Gallery in Manhattan is ushering in the new theatre season with an appropriate new exhibit, "Direct From Broadway: 200 Years of New York City Theater." The show opens Oct.
(BPI) LOS ANGELES-The Screen Actors Guild's national and local nominating committees have recommended major changes in the guild's elected leadership.
Producer Cameron Mackintosh will close "Miss Saigon" at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in London as soon as Sept. 20-which would be the tenth anniversary of its opening-or by the spring of 2000, at the latest. A New York spokesman for Mackintosh said the Broadway run, which began in 1991 ...
(BPI) LOS ANGELES-Warner Bros. uninterested in distributing your latest
The Ontario Heritage Foundation struck back in the Canada "Rent" war, filing a $9 million countersuit against the musical's disappointed would-be producer, Livent,
The Actors' Fund of America is offering "Money and the Performing Artist," a free six-week financial support group for entertainment professionals. The group will meet on six consecutive Monday nights beginning July 8, from 5 to 7 pm, at the Actors' Fund, 1501 Broadway, Ste. 518, NYC. Author and psychotherapist ...