We live in an age of celebrity worship, in which the pursuit of fame has come to replace the American dream. The stage is hardly exempt from this feverish fit of sycophantic fandom. Broadway, as many of my kind have...
We live in an age of celebrity worship, in which the pursuit of fame has come to replace the American dream. The stage is hardly exempt from this feverish fit of sycophantic fandom. Broadway, as many of my kind have ...
A musical stage production of "King Kong" will have its word premiere in Melbourne, Australia in 2013. For the family: "Peter and the Starcatcher," a stage prequel to the "Peter Pan" story, will transfer to Broadway in 2012.
"Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close": Do voters from the Screen Actors Guild and the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. have enough time to see "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" before Monday's nomination deadline?
Prior to her death on Saturday at age 70, Dixie Carter had frequent flirtations with showbiz awards, but she didn't win. Most recently, in 2007, Dixie Carter was nominated for best guest comedy actress at the Emmys for portraying the diabolical, drunken mother
Rave reviews for her performance in "Collected Stories" could win Linda Lavin her second Tony Award as best actress in a play. The revival of this 1997 Pulitzer Prize finalist from Donald Margulies stars Lavin as a respected writer battling a onetime protege (
Jan Maxwell earned two Tony Award nominations Tuesday for her leading performance in "The Royal Family" and her featured turn in "Lend Me a Tenor." Both of these comedies are contenders for the best play revival award. One of Maxwell's rivals in the featured a