The good news is that Kevin Costner does some of the finest, deeply felt work of his career as a widower lawyer fighting for custody of his biracial granddaughter in Mike Binder's "Black and White."
The Jackie Robinson who titled his 1972 autobiography "I Never Had It Made" — and meant it — is scarcely present in "42," a relentlessly formulaic biopic that succeeds at transforming one of the most…
NBC has another good comedy in trouble that doesn't deserve to be.
Despite big sight gags and an unexpected serialized aspect through the early episodes, uneven execution should leave viewers feeling as divided as the country.
Upcoming shows include CW's "The Carrie Diaries," ABC's "Nashville," NBC's "Chicago Fire," Fox's "The Mindy Project," more . . .
When a play is as notoriously kinky as "Measure for Measure," the magic of Shakespeare in the Park would be much enhanced by an inventive approach to the challenging problems the play presents.
There are good reasons "All's Well That Ends Well" is considered one of Shakespeare's "problem plays."
A slight but likable dramedy about a tech-savvy young woman who attempts to interface with her long-estranged mother.
The storytelling never rises above melodrama, but production is well-mounted and sincerely acted.
Play draws on West African myth to tell down-home stories rich in cultural specificity.