Ten to Watch, Actors - 1998
Matt Healy's script "Clay Pigeons" rides the current vogue of dark comedies about serial killers.
At first glance, the Royal National Theatre's blunt, powerful production of Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People," under the direction of Trevor Nunn, is all bigness.
The Pasadena Playhouse's staging of Noel Coward's "Present Laughter" is the kind of production that makes one think the angry young playwrights of the 1950s were right to despise Coward's…
Twenty-one years ago, Samuel Beckett directed actor Rick Cluchey in his play "Krapp's Last Tape." And 21 years later, Cluchey is still performing Krapp in the same hallowed San Quentin Drama Workshop…
If Quentin Tarantino ever gets around to making a movie about a crew of 42nd Street hustlers who sell the "services" of a dead 14-year-old boy to a rich john, whom they in turn blackmail in order to…