Orlando Bloom said it best, just after his opening night performance Sept. 19 in the Broadway revival of “Romeo and Juliet.” “It's really hard not to sound pretentious when you're talking about…
The kids are all right. That's the takeaway from “Romeo and Juliet,” with movie heartthrob Orlando Bloom and ingenue stunner Condola Rashad as Shakespeare's star-cross'd lovers. The interracial…
"Annie Hall" remains celebrated for the scene in which Woody Allen and Diane Keaton's spoken words are wittily contradicted by their thoughts presented in subtitles. Four years later, Peter Nichols's…
The "Romeo and Juliet" that arrives on Broadway next season starring Orlando Bloom may be the first Main Stem staging of the Shakespeare play since 1986 -- but it's not the first production of the…
"Backbeat," in effect, is one story that breaks into two stories, and the Beatles half ends up getting short-changed.
Double Olivier-winner Zoe Wanamaker will headline a West End revival of "Passion Play," Peter Nichols's 1981 marital comedy of adultery and alter egos, next spring.
Former newspaperman Gabe McKinley has written a play about the Jayson Blair plagiarism scandal, which rocked the New York Times back in 2003 but is now as faded as yesterday's news.
David Leveaux's impressively dark-toned revamp of Iain Softley's stage version of his 1994 movie replaces glitz with guts, which may be a hard sell but its compelling performances deserve to turn it…
Watching astonishing young actress Carey Mulligan lose her mind in 90 minutes is ample reason to see the Atlantic Theater Company's disquieting production of "Through a Glass Darkly."
Despite the mashup of Brit/Yank acting styles, helmer David Leveaux delivers a ravishing revival (originating in London in 2009) of "Arcadia."
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Weekend:$22.2M Disney
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Weekend:$15.7M Paramount Pictures
If I Stay
If I Stay3Weekend:$11.6M Warner Brothers / New Line