Deadlines for available grants are pending in September and October. These grants‹public and private‹are designed to help artists and institutions in dance, film and other performance/visual
"It reminded me of a moment when I was really small," recalled Douglas Sills, speaking last week to The Detroit Free Press of when he first read the script for the Broadway musical "The Scarlet Pimpernel." "My mother called me into her room to look at something on TV. And ...
A few years ago, a call came to the music studio at "One Life to Live" and a young woman asked, "Is this Mr.
Katherine Hughes (dir.) is accepting submissions for Kate's Very Own Industry Showcase. Rehearsals start Mar. 3. Performances run May 3-31 at the Next Stage. There is no pay.
Strike authorization ballots will be going out Mar. 7 to more than 120,000 SAG and AFTRA members who will be asked to give their negotiating team the authority to call a strike against the advertising industry if ongoing talks for a new commercials contract fail to produce a satisfactory
Festivities for the 10th Annual New York City Salute to the Theatre include a party at Gracie Mansion and the annual Stars in the Alley concert in Shubert
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The League of American Theatres and Producers, still occupied by the overflow of last year's crowded agenda of union negotiations, has extended the Broadway Alliance contract for a second
Our Nov. 16 winner: We asked readers to connect Primal Fear's Laura Linney to Fear's Mark Wahlberg and received... not a single response. What? Has there been some breakdown in the U.S. Postal Service? Surely this was not a hard one. Here's our link-up: Laura Linney ...