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VarietyAustin -- As "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" opens South by Southwest tonight with a comic flourish, hundreds of bizzers -- including the fest's largest-ever buyer contingent -- begin the real SXSW trick of balancing screen time with face time. South by...
Shippensburg Public Library nets $500,000 grant SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — State Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-Cumberland/Franklin, recently announced a $500,000 grant through the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund for needed upgrades and repairs to...
Lily Rabe, who has earned acclaim for her New York stage performances and whose Hollywood cachet has risen thanks to the popularity of the FX series "American Horror Story," will star in a new adaptation of August Strindberg's "Miss Julie" at the Geffen...
This post has been corrected, as detailed below. Jessica Chastain is currently on Broadway in "The Heiress," playing Catherine Sloper, a rich girl with boyfriend and daddy problems. Now Variety reports that she's been tapped to play another classic...
The Hartford CourantThe new comedy "January Joiner" takes its title from those people who make New Year's resolutions to join a gym, eat healthier, and lose those holiday pounds. But the name has a disparaging subtext, implying these folks are destined to become "February...
Profiles Theatre is to stage the world premiere of Neil LaBute's newly revised version of the play that spawned the movie "In the Company of Men." "In the Company of Men," which starred Aaron Eckhart, was itself based on an early stage work by LaBute,...
Tags: Aaron Eckhart, Movies
Just because they run their own theater companies doesn't mean they can't look forward to what's ahead on other stages in 2013. We asked some of Los Angeles' theater community leaders what they resolve to see in the new year — at some place other...
Tags: Music, Kirk Douglas, Alvin Ailey, Brian Dennehy
VarietyNetflix's announcement of the Feb. 1 premiere date for its David Fincher-Kevin Spacey drama "House of Cards" is sure to bring more attention to the gold rush of investment in wholly original scripted content made for Internet platforms. Aside from...
In 1997, the Shakespeare Repertory announced it would move to Navy Pier, taking up residence in a $22 million complex, to be dubbed the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, which would open two years later. The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority had...
VarietyFilm and television actor Steve Franken, who starred in 1960s TV series "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" and memorably appeared as the drunken waiter in the Peter Sellers film "The Party," died Aug. 24 after a battle with cancer. He was 80. On "Dobie...
“Significant Objects: 100 Extraordinary Stories About Ordinary Things” only slightly exaggerates. It is 100 stories about 100 things, though only a handful of the stories are extraordinary. In fact, fewer are memorable. Not that it matters;...
VarietyNew one-acts by scribes including Neil LaBute and Paul Rudnick are among the offerings on tap for Summer Shorts 2012, this year's edition of the Off Broadway fest of brief new works. Walter Bobbie ("Venus in Fur") has signed on to helm Rudnick's show,...
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