In response, three of the largest studios — Steiner Studios, Kaufman Astoria Studios and Silvercup Studios — have been expanding and building new sounds stages to keep pace. Despite the growth, Hal Rosenbluth, president and CEO of Kaufman Astoria Studio — the grand old man of the local studio circuit — is quick to point out that
On Wednesdays, Michael Mott & Friends light up the stage at The Astor Room, the historic venue that has seen the likes of Gloria Swanson, George Burns and Mary Pickford. While Mott and his group of friends are extremely talented, their show is meant to be in an informal setting. It’s kind of like hanging
Kaufman Astoria Studios announced Wednesday that it will build two new soundstages on its campus in Astoria, Queens, bringing the total number of stages at the complex to twelve.