The Emmy-nominated choreographer (“So You Think You Can Dance”) discusses what she’s happy to see in the room, the classes every beginner should take, and the key to getting the most out of a dance career.
If reasonable people are too boring for reality TV, doesn’t it follow that fictional characters should be allowed the irrational extravagances that reality television stars take for granted?
The man who practically invented reality TV with “Survivor” broke viewership records with his miniseries “The Bible,” but he says the casting processes for both are remarkably similar.
From Broadway to Hollywood to Beijing, a growing list of productions are turning their casting calls into a talent show.
“The Assistants,” Joel Sinensky’s dark new play about shallow reality-TV producers and their lackeys, at Loft Ensemble, starts out strong but turns formulaic and loses steam.
“The X Factor” isn’t the only reality show that could make for an interesting show. Here’s six other reality shows that could make for a gripping, possibly Tony-winning musical.
As the show continues to pierce the zeitgeist, the question remains: What kind of message is “Honey Boo Boo” sending about the world of child pageants?
McKenzie Westmore shares how she went from actor to host of the reality make-up competition, "Face Off" and how her work on the show continues her family's legacy.
Travis Wall's new reality show “All The Right Moves,” chronicling the formation of dance company Shaping Sound with his best friends Nick Lazzarini and Teddy Forance, premiered in July.
Lily Tomlin will serve out the term of late actor Kathryn Joosten, while Jonathan Murray and David McKillop have been elected as governors for the new Reality Programming Peer Group.