News

Sort by:

  • News

    NoCal Notes 5/10/01

    History Lessons, Standards Sing, Basically Broadway

  • News

    AGMA Fired Up Over Firing

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) has issued a demand for arbitration to the Boston Ballet, a grievance accusing the dance company of discriminating against Russian-born ballet dancers by firing them.

  • News

    Valenti Hopeful on Talks

    (BPI) MPAA president Jack Valenti was at Cannes last week, spreading the word that he is "jubilant, grateful, thank you God" for the settlement of the Writers Guild contract and "now more optimistic of a successful conclusion" to the Screen Actors Guild contract negotiations at the end of May.

  • News

    Equity, League Clear the Air

    Legit actors can breathe easier. Their union, Actors' Equity Association, has brokered an agreement with the League of American Theatres and Producers over the levels of onstage smoke and fog effects. From now on, Broadway and touring shows under Equity-approved production contracts may not subject performers to levels of glycol-based ...

  • News

    Jill Charles Memorial Service

    Jill Charles, co-founder and artistic director of the Dorset Theatre Festival in Dorset, Vt., will be honored on Tues. Aug. 7 at a memorial service.

  • News

    Outside Report: Museums Need Repairs

    An outside report says the Smithsonian Institution may have to ask Congress for $1.5 billion over the next decade to repair its 16 museums and the National Zoo - over $250 million more than the Smithsonian estimated.

  • News

    NYPLPA's $37M New Face

    While it may look familiar from the outside, visitors to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts will find it dramatically transformed when the library reopens at Lincoln Center after a major renovation.

  • News

    Canadian No-Strike Zone Set

    North American film and TV producers and Canada's actors union forged an interim agreement last week under which domestic and U.S. productions shooting in Canada can qualify for strike-proof extensions after the Jan. 16 deadline, the start date for a potential Canadian actors strike.

  • News

    TRU Offering Producing Grants EST/Sloan Awards Science on Stage

    Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) is now offering scholarships for qualified applicants who are interested in attending the Commercial Theatre Institute as a stepping-stone to a producing career.

  • News

    Dance Departments 2001-02

    The following is a list of selected dance departments at colleges, universities, and conservatories in the United States offering degrees or certificates. Those that are members of NASD (National Association of Schools of Dance) are listed as such. Schools are listed alphabetically within each state.