The fierce pas de deux of love and loss and anguish executed by Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy in “Skylight” leaves you breathless — and wondering how they can sustain this level of emotional…
Annawadi, the vast slum concealed behind Mumbai Intl. Airport, was author Katherine Boo's home for three years. It’s doubtful that she'd recognize the place in its onstage incarnation. The crowded…
Completing the Worricker Trilogy that began with the 2011 movie "Page Eight," PBS' Masterpiece Contemporary offers back-to-back films featuring Bill Nighy as world-weary spy Johnny Worricker: "Turks…
London hit “Skylight” will get a Broadway transfer this spring, with stars Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy reprising their roles in Stephen Daldry’s staging of the 1995 play by David Hare. The…
A star vehicle on cruise control this ain’t: Carey Mulligan's Kyra is all composure, a sense of purpose masking layers of hurt, while Bill Nighy's furiously brittle Tom blazes with self-entitlement…
While it would be preposterous to suggest that straight actors cannot play homosexuals, casting notoriously gay Rupert Everett lends Wilde undeniable authenticity.
LONDON -- Two world premieres and a revival of David Hare's "The Judas Kiss," starring Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde, complete the autumn slate at Hampstead Theater.
Terence Rattigan's masterpiece of understated passions "The Browning Version" is rarely performed for one very good reason: No suitable one-act play exists with which to create a satisfying evening.
A new production of tuner "Me and My Girl" and a season of David Hare plays headline the new season at top U.K. regional theater Sheffield Crucible, to be announced today.
David Hare has tapped Virginia Grise's play "Blu," about a Mexican-American family's response to the loss of its oldest son in Iraq, as the 2010 winner of the annual Yale Drama Series competition.
A lucid, mostly cogent PowerPoint presentation with live actors.