News

Sort by:
  • News

    Oobleck Rising

    Things were looking grim back in the winter of 1988. A slippery former Yalie and Texas oilman with pronounced difficulties with pronunciation had just won the White House. The economy was in a slump, and twentysomethings with liberal arts educations were living paycheck to paycheck off soulless temp jobs and ...

  • News

    Casting

    "Singin' in the rain"

  • News

    Critics' Darlings: Who Won the Outer Circle Awards?

    The Outer Critics Circle announced Mon., April 30 that 14 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows have won one or more of its 51st annual awards, which will be presented Thurs., May 24 at Sardi's.

  • News

    Hollywood Labor Talks Delay Walkout

    Negotiations between Hollywood screenwriters and producers and studio heads ended Wednesday morning without a new deal but with promises to resume talks, temporarily averting a strike that would halt TV and movie production.

  • News

    Brigadoon

    "Brigadoon," presented by Musical Theatre West at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center, 6200 Atherton St., California State University campus, Long Beach. Fri.-Sat. 8 pm., Sat.-Sun. 2 p.m. Apr. 27-May 6. $20-38. (562) 430-2324.

  • News

    Seduced

    "Seduced," presented by the Alliance Repertory Company at the Alliance Theater, 3204 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Apr. 13-May 20. (323) 655-8587.

  • News

    Astaire Way to Paradise: TDF Honors B'way Hoofers

    The Theatre Development Fund (TDF) announced the nominees for this year's Astaire Awards for "Best Dance on Broadway" Wed., May 2. TDF will present the awards at a star-studded gala luncheon Fri., May 18 at the Hudson Theatre, located at 145 W. 44th St.

  • News

    Decade-Long Study Shows U.S. Dance Facing Cash Fight

    A decade-long study of the state of dance in America during the 1990s shows smaller dance companies financially fighting for their lives, while the larger organizations are able to balance their budgets. The report also listed meager but liveable wages for professional dancers in the U.S.

  • News

    NewsWire...

    Carol Keis (1956-2001)

  • News

    Obies Set: May 21

    The 46th annual Village Voice Obies ceremony, that honors Off-Broadway theatre achievement, will be held at Webster Hall on Mon., May 21 at 8 pm. Marian Seldes and Brian Murray will host the awards event. The presenters will include Dick Cavett, Darius De Haas, Linda Lavin, Marion McClinton, Debra Monk ...