News

Sort by:

  • News

    The Skinny

    It's well documented that most New Year's resolutions are dropped by mid-January. Why? It's simply not enough to write your hopes and wishes on a cocktail napkin on New Year's Eve and expect to make any real changes. Any resolution, whether it be losing weight, saving ...

  • News

    REVIEWS

    at the Helen Hayes Theatre

  • News

    Welcome to L.A. - Labor Days

    You've heard the old clichés: the actor/bartender and the actor/waiter. If working around food ("Careful, that's a hot plate, ma'am") does not sound like living the Hollywood dream, then perhaps you'd prefer a route that may end up becoming more beneficial than, say, having ...

  • News

    Free Screening: 'Made in L.A.'

    Back Stage and Fine Arts Theatre invite you to a screening ofMade in L.A., a documentary that follows three Latina immigrants working in Los Angeles sweatshops as they try to win basic labor protection.

  • News

    More 'Sex' Puts Mr. Big on Big Screen

    After weeks of speculation, Chris Noth has closed a deal to reprise his iconic character from "Sex and the City" in the upcoming feature based on the hit HBO series.

  • News

    Roundabout

    Roundabout Theatre

  • News

    Milli Vanilli Movie in the Works

    Disgraced pop duo Milli Vanilli will soon get a movie made about their less-than-spectacular career, following in the cinematic steps of such icons as Ray Charles and Johnny Cash.

  • News

    Presto Change-O! Book by Barbara Gordon, Mel

    Presto Change-O! Book by Barbara Gordon, Mel Mandel, and Norman Sachs; words and music by Mandel and Sachs; directed by Dan Siretta. A staged reading presented by the Amas Six O'Clock Musical Theatre Lab, a free development series for writers, lyricists, and composers of new musicals. The Players Theatre ...

  • News

    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild

    Last week the members of the Screen Actors Guild approved the union's first dues increase since 1999, raising base dues a modest amount while doubling the maximum salary that is subject to work dues. The measure was approved by an overwhelming margin—68 percent to 32 percent—though only ...

  • News

    Broadway Looks at New 'Chorus' of Actors

    They entered, one by one, to stand on the bare stage of the Hudson Theatre — the new line in 'A Chorus Line."