'The Big Knife' With Bobby Cannavale Ending Broadway Run 1 day ago
It's curtains for "The Big Knife": The revival of Clifford Odets’ excoriation of Hollywood mores will end its Broadway...
By Brent Lang
Zosia Mamet of "Girls" is ready to take the stage in a racy college drama
"Annie" is no longer being re-imagined as a vehicle for Willow Smith; Sony Pictures will begin looking for a new star
What this Wendy has learned from Peter Pan
Tony Kusher will receive the Writers Guild of America West's Paul Selvin Award for his script for 'Lincoln'
"Chicago," "Dreamgirls" and "Les Misérables" among the films being recognized
"Sleepless in Seattle - The Musical" will open this May at the Pasadena Playhouse with Sheldon Epps as director
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" co-stars McKellen and Stewart" will be directed by Sean Mathias in the productions, which are slated for a fall premiere
Mike Stoller, half of the songwriting team Leiber & Stoller, and wife Corky Hale Stoller helped the Pasadena Playhouse emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy
James Oestreich has reportedly accepted a buyout a day before the Thursday deadline
Mike Medavoy and Rick Nicita were intrigued by the number of foreign productions for "Jekyll and Hyde"
Mike Medavoy plans film version of "Jekyll and Hyde"
"Avenue Q" puppets will appear in public service announcements on Logo that are designed to create awareness about HIV
President Obama said Richard Blanco is "fitting" to represent national diversity
Scarlett Johansson takes on Maggie the Cat in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." How does she stack up against Elizabeth Taylor?
Barbra Streisand will receive the award on April 22
Stephen Belber is directing the film based on his own play
The National Book Awards will add non-writers to the judging panels and will draft 10-book longlists before narrowing to top five finalists
Victor Garber, a Broadway actor and star of "Argo," acknowledges he is gay
Dan Brown's newest novel will be about Dante
One of our greatest living novelists consents to a rare Q&A
Tom Stoppard, the award-winning playwright and "Shakespeare in Love" and "Anna Karenina" screenwriter, will be honored for his work in film at the Writers Guild Awards on Feb. 17
"Big Fish," the musical based on Daniel Wallace's novel and Tim Burton's movie, opens in Chicago in April before moving to Broadway in October
Julian Fellowes, creator of "Downton Abbey," is honored at a BritWeek luncheon with guests including Michelle Dockery and Nigel Lythgoe
Kate Middleton's portrait is called "rotten," "dour" and much worse
Evan S. Connell wrote books on George Custer and the painter Francisco Goya as well as novels, essays and short stories
Ada Louise Huxtable left her estate to the Getty, which acquired her archive in December 2012
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