Amy's father, Mitch, didn't seem to think it mattered much.
Greenaway resigned way back in November, but the move was not made public until yesterday.
Theater takes a right
The theater isn't run by all left-wingers.
About 300 people gathered outside the New Theater in Budapest, Hungary, yesterday to protest its new director, Gyorgy Dorner, an actor with links to far-right parties.
Dorner's supporters wore face masks and shouted racist slogans at the protesters.
He initially named far-right playwright and politician Istvan Csurka, also known for his anti-Semitic articles, as his artistic director, but Budapest Mayor Istvan Tarlos blocked the hire.
Dorner has described himself as a "national radical." In Hungary's dubbed Hollywood films, he is also the voice of Eddie Murphy and Bruce Willis.
* 21st Century Girl's song
"Crash Your Party" was featured on last week's episode of "30 Rock" in a parody trailer of "Martin Luther King Day - The Movie!" The fake trailer features Emma Stone, Kristen Bell, Hugh Grant, John Krasinski, Nick Cannon, and more.
21st Century Girl is fronted by local singer/Penn alum Charly, and the trailer/song can be seen/heard on NBC.com, Hulu and the Huffington Post.
* The highly unnecessary
remake of "21 Jump Street" will premiere at Austin's South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival in March.
The action-comedy stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in a big-screen version of the 1980s Johnny Depp TV series.
SXSW's closing film will be the more appropriate "Big Easy Express," a documentary about a group of touring folk bands including Mumford & Sons.
* Bruce Springsteen and the E
Street Band will perform at Harlem's historic Apollo Theater on March 9, three days after the release of Springsteen's "Wrecking Ball" album.
The show will air live on E Street Radio. Subscribers can win tickets to the event, which is part of SiriusXM's 10th-anniversary celebration.
* GOP nixes Fox? Filmmaker
Joshua Fox of Milanville, Wayne County, Pa., was arrested at a congressional hearing on fracking yesterday after trying to film the proceedings without the required media credentials.
Fox directed the anti-drilling documentary "Gasland," which was nominated last year for an Oscar. House Democrats forced two votes, one to allow Fox to film the hearing and a second to recess for a week so he could get credentials.
Both motions were defeated on a party-line vote.
* Showtime has announced that
"Californication" has been renewed for a sixth season.
Because you can never run out of synonyms for penis.
- Daily News wire services
contributed to this report.