Buffaloes, American or otherwise, live in herds. Leading actors don't — and it sure shows in this starry revival of “American Buffalo,” David Mamet's 1975 play about three wasters in a Chicago junk…
Pearl Jam have announced a sprawling North America tour, the band’s first U.S. road trip in three years. Believed to be tied to the group’s forthcoming, untitled record, Pearl Jam’s fall shows will…
Richard Crudo was elected by the American Society of Cinematographers' board of governers to serve a fourth one-year term for the 94-year-old, invite-only organization. He previously served in the…
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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…
"Al Pacino is Phil Spector" is a tough marketing pitch to resist, but the much-honored teaming of Pacino, Helen Mirren and writer-director David Mamet can barely obscure that this crime-based story…
The Sundance Institute's Theater Program will present its inaugural Tennesee Williams Award to playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, the scribe whose latest play will bow later this spring at the Humana…
While admirable in its ambition to depict gay suicide as a complex phenomenon beyond simplistic media depictions of cause and effect, Christopher Shinn's "Teddy Ferrara" displays the same…
After launching a brand of soap, cheese and cookbooks, Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell have savvily turned reality shows into a marketing tool to spotlight their growing business.
Wolfe Video has acquired all North American rights to Quentin Lee's family drama "White Frog" and plans a theatrical run followed by a VOD and DVD release next year.
The Geffen Playhouse will stage eight productions for its 2012-13 season, including works from Pulitzer Prize winners Donald Margulies and Lynn Nottage.
A meandering jumble that's unpleasantly vivid when portraying hunting tourism in modern-day Utah.