More than two decades have passed since the animated film "Aladdin" earned more than half a billion dollars in theaters around the world and so many dvd's of the picture have been sold many parents are more than familiar with tunes such as "Friend like me."
It's been two decades since Woody Allen fired "Bullets over Broadway" on the big screen. Now, he's dusted off some old tunes and breathed new life into the script staged by Susan Strohman who directed "The Producers."
Barbara Walters will say goodbye to daily television on Friday, May 16 with her final appearance on "The View" and a two-hour ABC primetime special celebrating her incredible life, both on screen and off.
New York state lawmakers are giving a financial boost to the theater industry by offering tax incentives for investors who originate live productions in upstate New York, making the state the fourth in the nation to give breaks to plays and musicals.
The award's administration committee said Tuesday that the former talk-show host will receive the 2014 Isabelle Stevenson Award, an honorary prize given to members of the theater community for their philanthropic efforts.