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Destined to traumatize buyers and audiences, this accomplished but singularly unpleasant film plunges deep into Mexico's vicious cycle of drug-fueled violence.
Helmer Tricia Thorns' beautifully judged, immaculately acted revival isn't just theatrical archeology, it's a treat.
If ever a play proved one can reach the universal through particulars, it's Bill Cain's "How to Write a New Book for the Bible," splendidly executed by South Coast Rep by way of Berkeley and Seattle.
Style is of the essence in the deliciously dark, elegant and playful musical comedy about a distant heir who facilitates the demise of eight icky kin who stand in his way to a Downton Abbey-sized…
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
"I thought you were decent. A decent man. Shows what I know." Eighteen-year-old David (Alexander Cobb) is disgusted by Frank (Roger Sloman) who, he has discovered, is two-timing his wife with another…
Jonathan Caren's world preem "The Recommendation" brings two contrasting, equally charismatic Gatsby-esque strivers onto the Old Globe's arena stage.
Who's who in the music departments at the studios and networks
Execs motivated by the sound of music
IFC Films has picked up world rights to Joe Swanberg's "Uncle Kent," just named as one of the pics to be showcased in the Spotlight section of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Play has its moments but falls into the usual trap of trying to cover too much ground.