If anyone noticed a big run on Michelangelo's David statues in Vegas and Palm Springs, blame it on production designer Howard Cummings and set decorator Barbara Munch. They've been working on Steven…
When Tom Hanks saw Bruce Glikas at the Broadway opening of "Lucky Guy," he shouted out, "It's the busiest working man in show business!"
Ulysses' home in Sharr White's “Annapurna” is a grungy trailer set in the mountains of Colorado. Thomas A. Walsh's set is so effective you can almost smell the mold and grim and whatever's festering…
There's a thrilling cat fight in Beau Willimon's "The Parisian Woman," being given its world premiere at South Coast Rep. It's so good that it draws as much blood and potentially wounds as many…
Clifford Odets made it clear that he hated Hollywood when he wrote "The Big Knife" in 1949. For the Broadway revival, which opened April 16, stars Bobby Cannavale and Richard Kind also expressed…
Douglas Carter Beane wrote a play, “The Nance,” about burlesque that opened April 15 on Broadway. Did he realize that the only character who completely strips to get naked is the boyfriend character…
This year's CinemaCon Talent honorees represent a veritable overview of the year's most anticipated films.
Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson were holding court there on Row L of the Lunt-Fontanne Theater as dozens of iPhones clicked away to record the moment.
On Broadway, Robert Duvall and Al Pacino played David Mamet's two-bit hustler Teach in “American Buffalo,” and did so memorably. It is to Ron Eldard's credit that he presents an entirely different…
If Thornton Wilder had dropped acid, he might have written "Smokefall," a new play by Noah Haidle being given its world premiere at South Coast Repertory.
They've been husband and wife for nearly 30 years, and now, thanks to “Assisted Living,” being given its world premiere at L.A.'s Odyssey Theater, Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley are co-authors and…