After 19 years, Stephen Sondheim's most terrifying villain is back from the dead. No, not Sweeney Todd and not those bloody Assassins. It's Fosca who lives again, in this CSC revival of "Passion"…
A dramatic highlight of Kevin Macdonald's documentary about Bob Marley, which opened nationally April 13, comes in a concert sequence from 1978, when the reggae star called the leaders of Jamaica's…
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Both the material and Rachel Kavanaugh's skilled production are as tasteful as the elegantly dressed band.
The homeless man who narrates the story of his life in "First Love" is the kind of character only Samuel Beckett and his admirers -- thesp Ralph Fiennes and helmer Michael Colgan notable among them…
If anyone needed to make a case for "My Fair Lady" being a perennially viable candidate for Broadway revival, then the splendid cast of this vibrantly staged New York Philharmonic concert…
"Edward Scissorhands" may be the first exported Matthew Bourne evening whose inspiration seems more commercial than re-interpretive. That may disappoint some dance fans, but this handsome stage…
Hollywood femmes have the air-kiss, guys the man-shake. Male greeting rituals at social occasions range from the courtly clasp and forearm grip on up to the air-hug; assured gents have even been…
Travel Channel has decided to bet big on a winning hand, renewing its exclusive TV rights to the World Poker Tour for up to six more years at a license fee that could soar to $40 million.
Edith M. Hull's novel, preposterous and ridiculous as it was, won out because it dealt with every caged woman's desire to be caught up in a love clasp by some he-man who would take the responsibility…
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