Tags » Scott Rudin

'How To Survive A Plague' Miniseries In Works By National Geographic -TCA

National Geographic is developing How To Survive A Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS as a scripted miniseries, with Scott Rudin as executive producer. 142 more words

Breaking News

Nat Geo Channel Developing 'How to Survive a Plague' Miniseries, Renews 'Mars' for Season 2

National Geographic Channel is developing “How to Survive a Plague” as a scripted miniseries with producer Scott Rudin. The cabler has also given a second season pickup to its hybrid docudrama “Mars,” from Imagine Entertainment and RadicalMedia. 249 more words

News

Nathan Lane-Led 'Front Page' Revival On Broadway Recoups $4.9M

Producer Scott Rudin announced today that The Front Page recouped its entire $4.875 million capitalization during the week ending New Year’s Day. Having recouped in under 15 weeks, it is the first Broadway production of the 2016-17 theater season to reach this milestone.  100 more words

Breaking News

Off Broadway Review: 'The Wolves'

The opening scene of Sarah DeLappe’s exhilarating play “The Wolves,” which depicts the tough, tender and complicated lives of nine members of a girl’s high school indoor soccer team, is a wall of overlapping jabber. 481 more words

Reviews

Scott Rudin, Barry Diller Set Closing Date For Tony Winner 'The Humans'

Stephen Karam’s one-act drama The Humans will conclude the New York leg of its remarkable journey on January 15, a week shy of its one-year anniversary on Broadway. 298 more words

Breaking News

Nathan Lane's The News In Scott Rudin's Star-Packed 'Front Page' Revival

There are a couple of ways to go in reviewing a new revival of The Front Page. One could bemoan the demise of hard copy and the glory days of tabloid journalism, not to mention of Broadway itself. 993 more words

Breaking News

Paramount and Scott Rudin Team on Next Novel From 'Annihilation' Author (EXCLUSIVE)

With the highly anticipated “Annihilation” set to bow next year, Paramount is looking to stay in the Jeff VanderMeer business, as the studio has acquired the rights to his next novel “Borne.” 216 more words

News