Choreographer Joshua Bergasse said that “Bombshell,” the Marilyn Monroe musical featured as the show-within-the-show on NBC’s “Smash,” will not be adapted for the stage any time soon.
This week, “Smash” is playing Musical Chairs and boy are we dizzy. Here's how it really went down.
Eoin Macken, the star of NBC’s medical drama “The Night Shift,” stresses the importance of learning about every facet of film to improve your craft.
Casting director Barbara McNamara explains how background actors can upgrade to more-prominent (even speaking) roles as featured extras on a show like “30 Rock.”
EarlyShares and Mobcaster are two new crowdfunding platforms that aim to revolutionize the way film and television projects are created, developed, funded, and produced.
With pilot season approaching, Denise Simon wants you to be prepared—whether you're a young actor, or the parent of one!
Drake building manager Jane has been so busy wandering around the scary building in her sleep that she hasn't had time to touch up her roots; also, Robert Buckley takes a shower.
This week on "Smash," "Bombshell" is finally (finally) open for business, which means that Tom and Julia are looking forward to their next project. Or not.
Lena Dunham’s Golden Globe-winning comedy series will officially return for a 12-episode third season. Production begins in March.
This week on a slightly less frenetic episode of "Smash," Karen has some growing pains at "Hit List," Ivy is now starring in "Bombshell" as a short, manly-voiced Marilyn, and Tom is directing.