For Noel Coward aficionados who don't exactly need another production of "Private Lives" or "Hay Fever," there's "Fallen Angels" at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Offering a well-meaning, downbeat take on domestic entrapment, teenage angst and suburban ennui, "The Cowards Who Looked to the Sky" plays like a pink film for social workers.
In the second act of Noel Coward's weekend-in-the-country comedy "Hay Fever," Judith (Lindsay Duncan), her family and a gaggle of deliciously ill-matched houseguests attempt a parlor game.
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Ed Brubaker, the comicbook world's most decorated scribe of the past five years, is adapting his graphic novel "Coward" for Jamie Patricof's Hunting Lane Films, which has acquired the rights to the…
Blighty-based B Good Picture Co. is developing a feature on multihyphenate Noel Coward, penned by Martin Sherman.
Written in the mannered Restoration style of the period, the pastiche gets carried away by its own cleverness.
"Jesse James" is one of the best Westerns of the 1970s, which represents the highest possible praise
Well into the third act of the disconcerting non-event that is "Semi-Monde," the 1926 Noel Coward play only now receiving its London premiere, an aspish senior novelist named Jerome Kennedy (John…
Noel Coward's reputation is not having an easy time of it this season in Gotham: After the charming but creaky "Waiting in the Wings" comes another American premiere of a late Coward work, the…
Andrew L. Stone's screenplay, based on a biog of Sergeant-Major Charles Coward by John Castle, has pumped into its untidy 116 minutes an overdose of slapstick humour. Result is that what could have…