The film and TV production industry spent more than $7 billion in NYC in 2011 and employs 130,000 New Yorkers, according to a new economic study.
Veteran character actor Jim O'Heir takes abuse every week as Jerry Gergich on NBC's "Parks and Recreation." Why does he love it so much?
The annual award show announced its winners for social media's top players.
"Nashville" star Connie Britton attended the African Children's Choir Fundraising Gala on Monday night. Britton is also known for her roles on "Spin City," "Friday Night Lights," and "American Horror Story."
Full of optimistic advice for young actors, Azlynn discussed the acting technique a sitcom requires, as well as the distinct energy and voice "Sullivan & Son" offers.
The Broadway Channel has secured a deal with RCN Cable New York to air programming on Channel 76 in Manhattan and New York.
On Tuesday night’s episode of “Ben and Kate,” zombies (and Ben’s ex-girlfriend) attacked Kate’s house, and Rob Corddry, who’s usually really funny on “The Office,” made a pretty random cameo.
Playing the doctor wife of a Chicago fireman, Teri Reeves talks about the thrill of working in Chicago, her hot cast members, and providing the rollercoaster drama.
In 2009, Back Stage reader Bob Leonard was featured in our weekly "Who Got the Part?" column after he was cast as a member of the Timeless Torches, a dance team for the WNBA's New York Liberty.
So, before everyone gives up on the show and “Smash” gets wiped off the marquee, here are six things to hold out for in season two.