UK-based historical pageants have dazzled the Academy from 1933's best picture "Cavalcade" through 1998's "Shakespeare in Love" and 2006's "The Queen," marking "The King's Speech" as tailor-made, if…
The script is persuasive on its protagonist's art, less so on the personal life.
His portraits have run the gamut from Latin American dictators to Cambodian warlords, but the Brooklyn boy has always maintained his affinity for the types of his old neighborhood.
To put a reasoned, compassionate face on the immigration issue, you can do no better than to take in "Intringulis," a world premiere co-production by two piping-hot theater companies, Gotham's…
The busy, effects-driven revue "Hyperbole: Origins" speculates on the creation of diverse human endeavors without ever coming to grips with its own reason for being.
An expanded slate accommodates a wider spectrum of voters' tastes. Many genres have vied for the big prize, and now there's room for them all:
The numbers tell the tale: Odds are almost 50:1 that any given Best Picture nominee will be a live-action, English-language, fiction feature.
The numbers tell the tale: Odds are almost 50:1 that any given best picture nominee will be a live-action, English-language, fiction feature.
Athol Fugard's "The Train Driver" never pulls into the station.
A sweaty amalgam of Shakespearean plotting, political allegory and hip-hop jam, show is truly exciting at its frequent best.