Gabriela Pichler’s debut “Eat Sleep Die” has been tapped to represent Sweden in the Foreign-language Oscar race. Winner of Venice Critics’ 2012 audience nod, “Eat Sleep Die” centers on 20-year-old…
"I'll Eat You Last," the Broadway play toplined by Bette Midler, has become one of the first of the spring's shows to make it into the black, according to producers, with the show recouping its $2.4…
It didn't hurt to be a Tony nominee last week, when a general upward trend at the Broadway box office proved most likely to bring increases at those individual titles currently enjoying a spike in…
"Community" and "Mad Men" star Alison Brie: Of all of Made Man's Speakeasy Web show thesp interviews, this might be the most winning.
In "I'll Eat You Last," the dishy Broadway play that opened April 24, it's not just Bette Midler who holds the stage for the 90-minute solo show. Backing her up is one heckuva glam set. . .
Wouldn’t we all kill to be invited to a dinner party at Sue Mengers’? But, as Bette Midler puts it so plainly to the auds at her solo show, “Of course I would ask you to stay but … well … look at…
First-time helmer-scribe Gabriela Pichler's "Eat Sleep Die" scooped the Swedish Film Institute's Guldbagge (Golden Bug) awards for best pic, director, script and actress for debutant Nermina Lukac on…
Two dramas set against the background of Europe's crisis -- "Eat Sleep Die," from Sweden's Gabriela Pichler, and Greek Ektoras Lygizos' "Boy Eating the Bird's Food" -- topped the 9th Seville European…
A hard-working Muslim girl in the Swedish sticks is made redundant in the well-meaning "Eat Sleep Die," a handheld doodle from tyro helmer Gabriela Pichler.
The food looks great, but the romance is undercooked.