Advocates for federal arts funding must feel like the worker who learns he got a raise only to find out his car was stolen. They've seen a more generous attitude for arts funding, but a slash of the estate tax which has been a catalyst for heavy giving to ...
Here are some clarifications regarding our June 15 issue's front-page article "ATA, SAG Eye An Open Forum":
Andrew Lloyd Webber may have the two longest running musicals in the West End to his name-- "Cats" (in its 21st year at the New London) and "Starlight Express" (in its 18th year at the Apollo Victoria), not to mention "The Phantom of the Opera" (celebrating 15 years at Her ...
Renowned producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh announced to the British press in a series of interviews last week that he no longer plans to produce new works.
"The Substance of Fire," presented by and at Theatre 40, 241 Moreno Dr., Beverly Hills. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. June 30-Aug. 12. $15-18. (323) 936-5842.
The Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), funded by the NYSCA and the DCA, is now accepting applications for the BAC-2002 Community Arts Regrant Program. The funds, ranging from $750 to $5,000, aim to support various community arts projects.
Dominique Deruddere's "Everybody's Famous!" will open the Flickapalooza Film Festival, which runs Sunday through Wednesday.
Manhattan Plaza Safe Until 2017