By Andy Propst on Jun 12, 2009 | In Days Top News
New York Post
Itsy-bitsy budget woes
'Spider-Man' casts $40 mil -- and rising
Broadway eyes Mamet's 'Oleanna'
Play is likely to join 'Race' on fall slate
Edge New York
Jayne Atkinson :: from 24’s villain to Broadway’s Blithe Spirit
American audiences know her as the Homeland Security Director on the hit series 24, but Jayne Atkinson greatest love is the theater. Things couldn’t be better for the British actress these days. She currently co-starring in an all star revival of Blithe Spirit on Broadway. EDGE caught up with Atkinson before a recent performance.
Wall Street dealmaker to chair NY Philharmonic
Lazard Deputy Chairman Gary Parr was named chairman of the New York Philharmonic on Thursday, saying he would bring expertise gained as one of the biggest dealmakers on Wall Street to America's oldest symphony orchestra.
New York Times
Building a Better Mousetrap
An Insiders Look at the making of Coraline
Attack Underscores Play's Message
Janet Langhart Cohen spent Wednesday morning preparing for the world premiere of her first play, "Anne & Emmett." More than 400 people -- including World War II survivors and veterans of the civil rights movement -- were expected to attend the event at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum that night.
Playwright's elusive dream: Conquering his hometown of Miami
Tarell Alvin McCraney moves with the grace of the dancer he once wanted to be. He is tall (6 feet 3 inches), slender and stylish in his perfectly pressed shirt and tie worn over snug black jeans.
Los Angeles Times Culture Monster
Center Theatre Group lays off a tenth of its staff
Center Theatre Group, the West Coast's largest nonprofit stage company, has laid off 12 employees -- a tenth of its full-time staff of 120. Those who remain will absorb one or two weeks' unpaid furlough in the coming year, with the highest-earning third losing two weeks.
San Francisco Chronicle
An unbeatable price
Free Night ups paid-ticket sales, study finds
5th Avenue Theatre Blog
Countdown To Catch Me If You Can – 6 Weeks To First Preview!
This week I have the absolute thrill of telling you about our legendary costume designer - the one and only Bob Mackie!
Caryl Churchill's Seven Jewish Children play staged in Tel Aviv
Controversial Gaza play, unveiled earlier this year at the Royal Court and filmed by the Guardian, is performed in Hebrew at Rabin Square
The Stage UK
Olivier winners Isango Portobello return to London with The Mysteries
Olivier Award-winning South African Theatre group, the Isango Portobello Company, is to return to the West End with its production of The Mysteries – Yiimimangaliso.
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