News

Sort by:

  • News

    Lincoln Center Interim Director Leaves

    Lincoln Center, the world's largest performing arts complex, faces yet another departure: its interim executive director is leaving to become president of Philadelphia's new performing arts center, it was announced Thursday.

  • News

    'Making Books Sing' Outgrows Vineyard

    After six years at the forefront of the Vineyard Theatre's arts-in-education programming, 'Making Books Sing' has become an autonomous nonprofit.

  • News

    Special Meeting of SAG Board Raises Questions

    A growing chorus of voices within the membership and the national board of the Screen Actors Guild is questioning the rationale behind an emergency meeting scheduled for Thursday to discuss the guild's ongoing impasse with the Association of Talent Agents.

  • News

    Fringe Breaks Records, Confers Awards

    Not even a year ago, the general future of downtown theatre—and specifically, that of the annual New York International Fringe Festival—seemed anything but assured, as the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 led to the near collapse of the culture scene south of 14th Street. How striking that the ...

  • News

    Now managers have proposals for actor pacts

    With all industry eyes on the franchise negotiations between the Association of Talent Agents and the Screen Actors Guild, an alliance of talent managers has been busy drafting a two-part proposal

  • News

    Tony Hickman (prod.) is accepting submissions for

    Tony Hickman (prod.) is accepting submissions for 7-2-Infinity, a sync-sound Super 16mm film for San Diego State University about the exploration of a man's journey that hinges on a critical seven seconds. Dir. Ming Jin Woo. Shoot starts late Apr. in San Diego. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging ...

  • News

    Late Not

    Late Not Great

  • News

    Canadian Director Found, Dazed and Confused

    Authorities have located Terry Costa, the director of a Canadian theatre troupe who came to New York last month and never returned home, prompting a police investigation and widespread fears for his safety.

  • News

    Busch, Robb Leave Reporter

    The Hollywood Reporter's editor and labor reporter have resigned, apparently a dispute between them and the publisher regarding an article about the Screen Actors Guild investigating a THR columnist's movie and television credits.

  • News

    The Wicked Stage

    A trio of great L.A. actors—Emily Kuroda, Page Leong, and J. Sakata—will close this weekend in Singapore Rep's production of Red, Chay Yew's 1998 play, which puts the Beijing Opera in the cross-hairs of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Though Yew is an L.A.-based ...