News

Sort by:

  • News

    "TRUTH'S DECEPTION"

    Eric Hensman (prod./dir.) is accepting submissions for Truth's Deception, a digital "Twilight Zone", "Sixth Sense"-style psychological thriller for Cal State Fullerton about a guy who is suddenly killed being put to the test against the Devil for his soul. Dir. Mathew Hensman. Shoots Mar. 1. Copy, credit ...

  • News

    Ivey Shares NEA's "Exciting" Future with CTT

    "Our survival has been secured," National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman William Ivey told members of The Creative Coalition (TCC) in New York last

  • News

    Papparazzi Bill Moves Ahead In California

    The California Assembly has approved a bill which, if it becomes a law, will give celebrities and crime victims the right to sue if their privacy is invaded by papparazzi.

  • News

    NYCAH Creating Artist Housing

    The New York Coalition for Artist's Housing (NYCAH) is taking major steps toward creating affordable co-ops for artists--including performers--in New York City. In addition to launching a website to encourage membership and disseminate information on the project, NYCAH representatives recently met with the government agency that oversees a potential ...

  • News

    "A GREAT WOMAN"

    Lily Soh Froehlich (dir.) is accepting submissions for A Great Woman. Performance Mar. 15 at the Playwright Center of San Francisco. There is no pay.

  • News

    TOMBUDSMAN: Back to Reality

    OK, summer is practically over and the annual work drought is thankfully waning. To the calendar, it is still summer, but to us actors, it's already the fall. Your agents are finally getting their money's worth on the Breakdowns, so wake up, get back in class, print some ...

  • News

    Old Lot Gets a New Face

    The American Academy of Dramatic Arts West finally has a place to call home. From its temporary location in the Pasadena Playhouse, the Academy recently moved into the gleaming white hallways of a renovated building on the old Charlie Chaplin lot on La Brea. Along with this new central Hollywood ...

  • News

    Whence SAG's $6M Debt? Union Calls for Dues Hike to Cover Shortfall

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG), in calling for its first proposed dues increase in 12 years, has projected a $6 million deficit for fiscal 1999. The guild leadership has indicated it will have to cut services if members don't approve the dues

  • News

    AFTRA Link with AFL-CIO Could Weaken 'Four A's'

    AFTRA, which seeks to affiliate directly with the AFL-CIO in a move opposed by SAG, has gotten some traction on that proposal. But the performer's union also was made aware of concerns expressed by AFL-CIO's executive council.

  • News

    CRITIC'S PICKS

    NORTHERN