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A commercial transfer of the American Repertory Theater's revival of Tennessee Williams' “The Glass Menagerie,” which premiered earlier this year Cambridge, Mass., opened on Broadway Sept. 26. The…
Errol Morris goes mano-a-mano with Donald Rumsfeld in this coolly hypnotic conceptual sequel to 'The Fog of War.'
With Fantasia Barrino's toplining stint in upcoming stage musical "After Midnight" now confirmed, producers have locked in the Broadway return of the only "American Idol" alum to drive box office to…
The Broadway transfer of “The Glass Menagerie,” toplined by Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto, has snagged the Booth Theater for its upcoming Gotham run, beginning previews at the venue Sept. 5. Quinto…
Helena Carroll, an Irish stage, television and film actress died at her home in Los Angeles on March 31. She was 84. Carroll was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland. She moved to the United States…
Memory floats on a giant plane of regret in American Repertory Theater's epic and intimate production of “The Glass Menagerie,” trapped forever between a shimmering black sea and an endless void that…
A movie of careful entrances and exits, Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker" chronicles the dissolution of a marriage through the eyes of a runaway cousin who drops in unannounced.
Mississippi native Tate Taylor used his experience with the gray areas of relationships between black and white women in the south to color his adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's "The Help."
A stirring black-empowerment tale that personalizes the civil rights movement through the testimony of domestic servants working in Jackson, Miss., circa 1963.
Noisy, as its title might suggest, but good, muck-splattered fun.