Wolfe Releasing has acquired worldwide rights Joshua Sanchez' relationship drama "Four," starring Wendell Pierce, Emory Cohen, E.J. Bonilla and Aja Naomi King .
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…
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Spotlighting a quartet of furiously committed performances, and burnished by vivid, atmospheric lensing, Joshua Sanchez's "Four" assembles a strikingly impressive facade, though its source material…
After playing a young Tommy Lee Jones in "Men in Black 3," Josh Brolin is getting his own fresh-faced doppelganger, as "Suits" thesp Tom Lipinski is in talks to play a younger version of Brolin in…
"The Wire's" Wendell Pierce is set for the indie film, "Four," based on Christopher Shinn's London and off-Broadway play.
Using a disappointingly blunt new adaptation by Christopher Shinn, this is a production so doused in glum eccentricities that Ibsen's terminally bored neurotic has already reached the apex of her…
A dramatist as gifted as Christopher Shinn knows where character is concerned, more than a little self-knowledge is a dangerously uninvolving thing. His characters may think they know what they're…
Manhattan Theater Club's "Doubt," New York Theater Workshop's "Hedda Gabler" and the commercially produced "Woman Before a Glass" at the Promenade Theater were the big winners Monday night at the…
A coastal reverie finds a talented playwright in over his head with "The Coming World," the latest play from Christopher Shinn, the 25-year-old American dramatist who has been causing a quiet stir in…