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It's pre-Tony season on Broadway, the time of year when producers and the theatre media lock arms and march together to the whistle of a hundred tempests in a teapot. As the April 9 meeting of the Tony Awards administrative committee approaches, borderline new plays and quasi-Broadway houses are ...
On a recent Thursday evening at the Rozann Zimmerman Ballet Center in Chatsworth, eight-year-old Ian Meltzer listened carefully as his father, Joshua Meltzer, rehearsed him in a scene.
The playwright may be among our most endangered species. Consider: cutbacks in funding for individual artists. Theatre literary departments shrinking. Revivals on Broadway. Literary adaptations. Hollywood
Beleaguered Livent, the Toronto-based theatrical production company, showed further results of its financial strain last week by declining to follow through with a written commitment to the New 42nd Street to develop the Times Square
The Screen Actors Guild honored its own during the third annual SAG awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium ballroom in Hollywood on Sat., Feb.
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About 3,500 actors‹members of the Actors' Federal Credit Union (AFCU)‹have found reprieve yet again from bankers' attempts to reduce the size of credit unions. A federal appeals court judge in Washington, D.C., has denied the American Bankers Association's (ABA) efforts to block a new rule ...
"Signature" Work From Oregon