• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest


Latest News

  1. Darcie Denkert, Broadway Producer and MGM Executive, Dies at 64

    3:49 pm 6/13/2016

    As head of MGM On Stage, she helped turn movie properties like 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' and 'Legally Blonde' into vibrant stage productions.Read more

    • 2
  2. Madeleine Sherwood, Star of Tennessee Williams Classics on Stage and Screen, Dies at 93

    9:09 am 4/25/2016

    She appeared in 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' and 'Sweet Bird of Youth' and later played the Mother Superior on 'The Flying Nun.'Read more

    • 2
  3. Shannon Bolin Kaye, the Original Meg in 'Damn Yankees,' Dies at 99

    4:55 pm 3/29/2016

    She reprised the role of the middle-aged, Midwestern housewife in the 1958 Warner Bros. musical.Read more

    • 1
  4. Robert Horton, TV’s 'Wagon Train' Star, Dies at 91

    10:23 am 3/15/2016

    He quit the show after five seasons and starred on Broadway as con man Bill Starbuck in a musical version of 'The Rainmaker.'Read more

    • 3
  5. Martha Wright, a Standout as a Broadway Substitute, Dies at 92

    9:59 am 3/10/2016

    The soprano stepped in for Mary Martin to star in the legendary musicals 'South Pacific' and 'The Sound of Music.'Read more

    • 1
  6. Tony-Winning Actress Patricia Elliott Dies at 77

    2:04 pm 12/21/2015

    She starred in the original production of Sondheim's 'A Little Night Music' and appeared for more than two decades on the soap 'One Life to Live.'Read more

    • 2
  7. James Prideaux, Screenwriter, Playwright and Katharine Hepburn Collaborator, Dies at 88

    1:16 pm 11/20/2015

    He did three telefilms with the actress late in her career after she brought him from New York to Hollywood.Read more

    • 1
  8. Jerome Kass, Writer of 'Queen of the Stardust Ballroom,' Dies at 78

    12:13 pm 10/24/2015

    The husband of writer Delia Ephron, he adapted his teleplay for the Broadway musical 'Ballroom.'Read more

    • 5
  9. Mildred Joanne Smith, Actress in Poitier's 'No Way Out,' Dies at 94

    5:52 pm 7/24/2015

    After stints on Broadway and her only movie appearance, her career was curtailed when she was injured in a plane crash that killed 25 people.Read more

    • 10
  10. Roger Rees, Star of 'The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby,' Dies at 71

    10:26 pm 7/10/2015

    A veteran of the London and Broadway stage, he abruptly left 'The Visit' in late May. The actor also was known for playing stuffy Englishman Robin Colcord on 'Cheers.'Read more

    • 12
Syndicate content