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Marcel Ophuls ("The Sorrow and the Pity") reflects on his life and career in this first documentary feature in nearly two decades. After tackling one of the darkest periods in modern history with the legendary films The Sorrow and the Pity and Hotel
The live cinema event company BY Experience said Friday it will show a live performance of Peter Morgan's play with residents of the The Lillian Booth Actors Home in New Jersey. BY Experience has donated the high-tech digital projector equipment
EDT May 15, 2013 New Broadway League site offers tickets and info for shows in NYC and across continent. Just in time for the Tony Awards, the Broadway League is introducing a new website touted as "an official one-stop destination" for theater
Producers grumbling about the revenue lost from all those comp tickets they have to hand out to Tony voters can now take heart: Tony noms and awards seem to be exerting a stronger influence on the ticketbuying habits of theatergoers around the
THE cast of The Addams Family has been told the show is closing on June 9 and will not tour. The blockbuster musical, which opened in Sydney in March, was boosted with strong financial support from the NSW State Government, but has struggled at the
Michael Foyle pictured queuing outside the Theatre Royal in Norwich for tickets to see singer Daniel O'Donnell A Daniel O'Donnell superfan camped outside a theatre for two days to get tickets for his family to see their idol.
Every year at this time, there's usually a Broadway show that legiters say really needs a Tony a worthy but underselling title for which an award looks like a potential box office savior...That's because unlike any other season in recent memory, so
The theatre is a fertile proving ground for British film directors. Peter Calder speaks to the newest debutant In making the transition from stage to big screen, noted British theatre director Rufus Norris is following in some rather large footsteps.
Years ago, when I was a city editor, I wanted to create a new beat called Vanishing Heritage...For months, I came in with story ideas for the beat that never was to be. A vanishing touchstone I never dreamed of is the subject of today's eulogistic
Fifty years ago, Margret RoadKnight made her professional singing debut at the now defunct Emerald Hill Theatre. Since then, she has built a successful career singing a wide range of styles, including jazz, blues, folk, gospel and cabaret, and