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  • Exclusive: 'Tolkien' biopic will look at origins of 'Hobbit,' 'LOTR'

    Exclusive: 'Tolkien' biopic will look at origins of 'Hobbit,' 'LOTR'
    With Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” set to hit theaters, the work of J.R.R. Tolkien is again about to satisfy millions of moviegoers. But what about the man who created it? Tolkien led a complicated and...
  • Review: Highs, lows of 'The Sound of Music Live' with Carrie Underwood

    This post has been updated. See below for details. Thursday night NBC staged a three-hour live performance of Rodgers and Hammserstein's "The Sound of Music," the world's most beloved musical, with Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp, a role...
  • Disney Looks Beyond the Magic Kingdom for Broadway Prospects

    It's easy to imagine Disney Theatrical Prods. following a pretty simple checklist: 1) Take a well-known musical title, probably an animated one, from the Disney catalog. 2) Adapt it into a splashy Broadway musical, a la "The Lion King," "Beauty and the...
  • Cathy Rigby sued by composer over 'Peter Pan' musical

    Cathy Rigby sued by composer over 'Peter Pan' musical
    Cathy Rigby, the former Olympic gymnast turned stage actress, is being sued for millions of dollars by a composer who claims that he hasn't been properly paid for his work on a production of "Peter Pan" that her company presented at the La Mirada...
  • But I Really Want to Direct: Broadway Producers Try Creative Role

    But I really want to direct, goes the common refrain in Hollywood. And these days on Broadway too. Jeffrey Seller, one of the producers behind "Rent," "Avenue Q" and "In the Heights," stirred up a bit of surprise earlier this year when he branched out...
  • Carnett: Fundamentally fantastic acting teacher

    It was an assignment for my acting fundamentals class my freshman year in college. I was to recite something from great Western literature. Lucian Davis Scott, head of Orange Coast College's theater department from 1955 to 1969, taught the course....
  • Cartoon voice legend June Foray to get TV academy's Governors Award

    Cartoon voice legend June Foray to get TV academy's Governors Award
    June Foray, the woman whose voice can be heard coming from Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Cindy Lou Who and many grannies and witches in countless cartoons over the years will be honored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences next month with a Governors...
  • Valentino, Versace Disney princess dresses part of charity auction

    Valentino, Versace Disney princess dresses part of charity auction
    Disney princess-inspired gowns by Versace, Valentino, Missoni and Oscar de la Renta are now up for bid online in a Christie's benefit auction. Online bidding for the 10 "princess dresses," which started Oct. 18, is in advance of a live auction scheduled...
  • Warner Bros. Sets Sights on Joe Wright for 'Peter Pan' Pic

    After successfully adapting "Pride and Prejudice" and "Anna Karenina," Joe Wright looks ready to adapt another classic literary tale as he is in talks to direct an untitled "Peter Pan" origin tale for Warner Bros. Plot details are vague but familiar...
  • She must live in Neverland — Cathy Rigby's 'Peter Pan' hasn't aged a day

    She must live in Neverland — Cathy Rigby's 'Peter Pan' hasn't aged a day
    "Try not to text," pleaded the unmistakable voice of Cathy Rigby at the Cadillac Palace Theatre on Thursday night. "Tinker Bell will think you're trying to flirt with her." Ah yes, the flying grandmother likes to move with the times. And having played...
  • How much does that touring actor make?

     How much does that touring actor make?
    That actor you're watching onstage tonight? He or she might well have skin in the game. And I speak not just of art or hunger for applause. I talk of cold, hard cash. One of the more interesting and perhaps lesser noticed changes in show business...
  • 50 Years Of Drama, Dance And Dedication At Goodspeed

    50 Years Of Drama, Dance And Dedication At Goodspeed
    Would the story of the Goodspeed Opera House make a good musical? The thought occurred to me while I was interviewing Michael Price, who's been with the Victorian theater on the Connecticut River in East Haddam for 46 of its 50 years. During lunch at...