When "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" "sends" correspondents like Stephen Colbert to Kabul or Washington, it really just sticks them in front of a screen in the show's Gotham studios.
Throughout the 1990s, Off Broadway proved itself the true home for innovative American theater. But it wasn't until the last few years that the homes began looking as sharp as the productions they…
A bunch of farmers, a park renovation and an office tower. That unlikely trio helped transform Union Square from a den of drug dealing into a thriving cultural enclave filled with trendy restaurants…
Rising cable rates haven't stopped viewers from ponying up for programming they feel is superior to what they get on broadcast nets -- and Showtime is delivering the goods.
"Snoops," the latest drama from David E. Kelley, won't debut until the fall. But since Kelley's track record is so consistent, it's possible to confidently make a few predictions even without having…
It's that time of year again, when people start talking about television awards and nominations. Well, actually, that's misleading -- these days, you could throw a dart at a calendar and hit an…
Fade in on a city. Not just any city, but New York -- the ultimate city and one with the largest population in the United States, a sophisticated bunch that loves going to the movies and is willing…
The New York Intl. Fringe Festival cannot be contained by normal boundaries.
When the Actors Collective was preparing to stage its production of "Perfect Crime," the troupe took its set from the trash dumpster of Circle Rep, which had just completed its run of "The Musical…
Past the empty lot on the corner of Attorney and Stanton Streets where vendors store their carts, past the bodega, the drug rehab house and the padlocked garage, stands -- somewhat incongruously…