Vampires journeyed across the Atlantic on Nov. 16 to Westfield Stratford City, for the U.K. bow of Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1."
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Roy Burris, who played drums for Merle Haggard's band the Strangers and co-wrote "Okie From Muskogee," died Wednesday, April 20, of heart-related problems in Tulsa, Okla. He was 79.
Often incomprehensible and generally indescribable, Sergio Caballero's feature debut, "Finisterrae," certainly has a sense of humor, but how much is meant to be taken seriously?
"Detroit 1-8-7" emerges as a spare but undistinguished, by-the-book copshow.
Richie Hayward, founding drummer of the funky Los Angeles rock band Little Feat, died Aug. 12 in Comox, British Columbia, Canada, after a year-long bout with liver cancer. He was 64.
If you think print is dying now, wait 'till you get a load of Ann Marie Healy's "What Once We Felt."
This diverting showpiece has more on its mind than nostalgia for yesteryear.
The dream of having a writer's words come to life onstage becomes a comic nightmare in Keith Reddin's adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov's "Black Snow." But the Yale Rep production of this absurdist tale…
Hitler was on the verge of marching into Poland in 1939 when Polish bad-boy Witold Gombrowicz published "Possessed." One can only speculate on what Adriano Shaplin saw coming over the horizon to…