Ann Richards is best remembered for her skewering of George H.W. Bush at the 1988 Democratic National Convention ("Poor George. He was born with a silver foot in his mouth"), and later — somewhat…
Broadway play “Ann,” the solo show written by and starring Holland Taylor, has moved up its closing date with the production now scheduled to close at the end of the month. TV and bigscreen vet…
The Lone Star state came to Broadway March 7 for the opening of Holland Taylor's solo show “Ann,” about the former Texas Gov. Ann Richards. There were boots, bolo ties, sequined cowboy hats and…
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“Ann,” the play written by and starring Holland Taylor, opened March 7 on Broadway after a tour that included a stop at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The following is Paul Harris’s review of…
Alan Cumming will return to Broadway this spring in "Macbeth," playing every role in the Bard tragedy in a staging that first played New York over the summer as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.
The Broadway production of Holland Taylor topliner "Ann" has locked in dates, beginning its run at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in February.
"Ann Richards' Texas," as was the late housewife/activist turned outspoken Democratic state governor, is by turns feisty, fiery, funny and determined to be outrageous.
The Writers Guild of America East has selected Keith Patterson as the recipient of its documentary screenplay award for "Ann Richards' Texas."
Former Texas governor Ann Richards, one of the Lone Star State's more colorful and outspoken figures, is impersonated with full frontal feistiness in "Ann," a solo play written and performed by…
In New York: When I was still out dancing around, before I broke two bones in my foot traveling to the Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards, I was at one of Joe Armstrong's famous get-it-all-together…
In New York: A verdict: Anthony Minghella's debut as an opera director, choosing Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" was a sensation at its opening Monday night. Han Feng's ravishing but not overwhelming…