When you're speaking to Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan, the word extraordinary pops up often in his conversation. It is also an appropriate adjective for his eloquent work as a
MARCH WAS ORIGINALLY DESIGNATED "Cabaret Month" to give a shot in the arm to a slow time of year in New York City clubs. Over the past decade however, the Back Stage Bistro Awards and the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) Awards have helped March become an exciting ...
Cybill's absolutely fabulous, Martini-toting, spoiled best friend Maryann made Christine Baranski one of the most recognized actresses in the country. It also froze much of Hollywood's image of her as a performer who could only play uptight, bitchy women. Fortunately, Baranski has never relied on her Hollywood persona ...
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 ...
Thousands Attend "Rent" Open
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