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A stunning picture of a Grey Heron in Wimbledon has won a teenage photographer a place in a national competition.
Ian McKellen talks about his new plays on Broadway Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land, and The Hobbit Orlando Bloom explains film versus theater, what he's looking forward to this season, talks "The Hobbit" and starring in "Romeo and Juilet" on Broadway.
The White House said Thursday that President Barack Obama wants to address growing media protests about limited access to his events, including restricted coverage of his trip to South Africa with former President George W. Bush.
When actress Rebecca Hall first read "Machinal," the 1920s play in which she will make her Broadway debut early next year, her reaction was so strong she felt her throat tightening.
The latest release from the "54 BELOW" series is from Broadway's original "Little Mermaid," Sierra Boggess.
Detroit Mayor-elect Mike Duggan passed an audition held by Detroiters last month, and he'll face the music before he even takes office.
When Garth Brooks last left the stage 12 years ago, he vowed to return when his youngest daughter was 18. After some much needed family time, Brooks is proving that he's a man of his word.
Sierra Boggess, Broadway's high-flying soprano ingenue du jour, had exited the stage moments ago and the lounge within 54 Below was buzzing with electricity.
Long ago, fledgling actors, writers and filmmakers would move to Hollywood, New York, London, or a small handful of other cities and hope that someone would notice they had arrived.
As the final curtain loomed for the Pageant Theatre, people from around the world helped the longtime Chico establishment keep its doors open.
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld drew inspiration from the American West for his annual Metiers d'Art traveling fashion show, held Tuesday night in Dallas.
Carlos Acosta embraced dance as a way out of his impoverished childhood after his father saw it as a way out of trouble Leading ballet star Carlos Acosta has warned that young people have too many distractions and lack the commitment to produce his successor as a world-leading figurehead for dance.
Director-choreographer Adam Shankman has entered a rehab facility, but no details have been made public about what treatment he is seeking.
A member of a search team on Tuesday found a couple and four young members of their families who had been missing in the frigid mountains of northern Nevada since Sunday, authorities said.
Deborah F. Rutter, 57, will join the Kennedy Center in September. Her selection was approved Monday by the center's board.