David Henry Hwang puts a happy face on "Chinglish," his new play about a naive American entrepreneur who crashes head-first into language and cultural barriers when he tries to do business in China.
Self-conscious snark gets you only so far when you're making a semi-satirical slasher pic, even when there are cheap 3D shocks to exploit, and "Julia X" pretty much defines the extent of what a film…
New plays by dramatist and filmmaker Mike Leigh ("Vera Drake," "Secrets and Lies"), Conor McPherson ("The Seafarer," "The Weir") and John Hodge, new tuners from Tori Amos and Adam Cork and a slew of…
The upcoming Broadway revival of "The House of Blue Leaves" has founds it Bunny, with Jennifer Jason Leigh signed on for the role of the main character's mistress in John Guare's play.
Scribe James Henerson admirably stretches the bounds of credulity without breaking them as he weaves an interesting tale whose premise -- a 20th century computer-games designer and a 19th century…
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