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New Company “Theatre C” Launching Nov. 2 at Barrow Street Theatre

Theatre C's purpose is to create vibrant theatre through the fusing of different forms of expression.

SE Michigan Launches “Cultural Concierge”

A major new effort to stimulate the arts economy of Michigan.

Producer Michael Roderick Seeks “Artistic Entrepreneurs” to PLAE

The course features guests in leadership positions in the arts discussing each entrepreneur's project, offering guidance and support.

Mary Frank Madera Cast as Lady M in ‘Macbeth’ Film; Final...

As Lady M sleepwalks and encounters her guilt, it would be boring if she had no real guilt to begin with.

B’way Producer, Real Estate Mogul Hirschfeld Launches URL. Artists Still Homeless.

Do real estate moguls in New York City have a moral responsibility for helping to build and maintain the physical infrastructure for artists?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Cat Parker

"My approach," says Parker, is walking the line "between achieving the goals of the playwright and hitting the audience on the head."

Frances You Sanderson Cast as Lady Macduff in ‘Macbeth’ Film; Kickstarter...

Lady MacDuff represents all of the victims of the Macbeths' reign of terror once it really gets going.

Robert Berliner Cast in Title Role in ‘Macbeth’ Film; Kickstarter Funding...

Mosquitoes, roaring motor bikes, intermittent showers, steamy weather -- none could keep capacity crowds from turning out and enjoying Robert Berliner in Peer Gynt.

Mark Greenfield Joins ‘Macbeth in Close-Up’ Film; Kickstarter Fundraising Continues

A close-up on the Portel will provide the feeling of being right next to a friend who happens to be telling a really hilarious joke.

Everett Quinton Joins Cast of ‘Macbeth’ Film; Kickstarter Fundraising Ongoing

In "Macbeth in Close-Up," it's the explosive combination of physical proximity to truly intense acting work that will set this film apart for audiences.

New York’s Performing Arts at a Crossroads: Crain’s Conference Set for...

You are strongly urged to attend a conference on the future of the performing arts in New York City.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Catherine Wolf

There were professional performers on her mother's side, says actress Catherine Wolf. On her father's side, there were sail makers, lobsterman, boat builders and painters.

In Search of Bill Rauch’s Guts

I'm not upset Rauch is commissioning new works examining pivotal moments in American history. I'm disappointed he's opted to overlook American theater history itself.

CF Interviews: Louis Salamone, Owner/Creative Director, Theatres at 45 Bleecker

Actors' Equity, says Salamone, "comes down on its members like they killed the President."

Should Playwrights Just Write — or Write for Producers?

It's only a play -- unless you're looking for a commercial production. Right?

Looking for a Musical to Invest In?

Lexus Blue -- a new musical, not a car.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Kate Middleton

Neil Simon, she says, needn't always be "louder, faster, funnier."

Questioning the Showcase Code Reforms

In a recent post, Isaac questions the prospect and/or likelihood of Showcase Code reform. I think it's good to question it, provided one asks...
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?