Michele Wolkoff has joined the Mark Gordon Co. as exec VP of production in the film division. Wolkoff will report to Mark Gordon. “Not only does she have tremendous skills and expertise across all…
Germany's well-earned reputation as one of the world's leading co-production countries continues to attract international projects despite growing competition from neighboring European states.
It takes great determination and no little effort to screw up "Marry Me a Little," the charming 1980 pocket musical that Craig Lucas and the late Norman Rene cleverly engineered from songs that were…
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Despite two expert perfs from Kathleen Chalfant and John Cunningham as emotionally elusive parents of an artist-daughter who tries to win their approval by painting their portrait, Tina Howe's…
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Revivals of Lanford Wilson's "Lemon Sky" and Tina Howe's "Painting Churches" are on the 2011-12 docket for Off Broadway troupe Keen Company.
Five rarely performed Thornton Wilder one-acts make up Keen Company's production.
Somehow, the combination of ever-clever translator Tom Stoppard and worldly wise French playwright Gerald Sibleyras produced the kind of quaint work upon which Keen Company can be relied to pounce.
The Keen Company's revival of A.R. Gurney's 1982 drama "The Dining Room" is pleasantly forgettable, just like the play itself. While neither script nor production quite leaps from sturdiness to…
Ideas are monolithic in the Keen Company's revival of "J. Robert Oppenheimer." Heinar Kipphardt's 1969 play adapts the transcripts of the 1954 governmental inquiry that questioned whether Oppenheimer…