Are you the parent of one of 2 million American kids who swear a blue streak, won't sit still or obey and act out 24/7? Worried about a diagnosis of ADD/ADHD and the dizzying range of treatment…
In Julia Cho's memory plays, her characters labor to reconstruct incomplete lives and attend to, in the title of an early work, "The Architecture of Loss."
The development of new plays in workshop has been a priority throughout Des McAnuff's tenure as artistic director of La Jolla Playhouse -- so much so that he chose a workshop as his swan song.
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$27.7M Sony / Screen Gems 13.13%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$778,903 Cumulative:$307.3M Disney 34.56%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$703,203 Cumulative:$17.1M Warner Brothers 34.59%
Just as Regina Taylor's "Crowns" celebrated the plumage and indomitability of African-American women, "Cuttin' Up" gives equal time to the men whose world centers on the urban barbershop.
Though its main story is the burgeoning love affair of two East London teenage boys, Jonathan Harvey's "Beautiful Thing" is too rich to be pigeonholed as a "gay play." By adding three other…
For her raucous, lewd "Restoration Comedy," Amy Freed has ransacked the plots of one minor and one substantial old play to forge a pastiche saluting 17th century mores and stagecraft while skewering…
Two items from past issues of Variety have taken on ominous significance in light of current ShoWest discussions about onscreen smoking.
The ultimate castrating-mama drama, Robert Klane's adaptation of his novel and 1970 cult film "Where's Poppa?" demands more conviction and guts than it receives from Gordon Hunt's terminally tame…
It's easy to carp at the excesses and inefficiency of this prequel/backstory to L. Frank Baum's beloved Oz adventure. Winnie Holzman's libretto is overstuffed with more plot strands than she can do…
Three years after his 1985 "The Normal Heart" took on public and private apathy in the face of the AIDS crisis, Larry Kramer turned his white-hot sights onto the entire U.S. power elite -- including…