John Higgins, an actor, director, producer and dialect coach, died Nov. 11 of oral cancer in Fremont, Calif. He was 71.
Tuesday's Manhattan premiere at the Sunshine Landmark Cinema had Alex Gibney and co-director Alison Ellwood digging back into the acid-fueled 1964 road trip of Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters with…
Doc is like a hipster's King Tut's tomb, and History Films' involvement assures cable exposure.
New Year's resolutions: What P.S. honorees have on their plates for 2009.
HBO is eyeing the Tom Wolfe novel "I Am Charlotte Simmons" as a series, with Tina Brown and Ostar Prods.' Bill Haber set to produce.
Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's counter-culture novel still packs a punch, despite the obviousness of the authority-challenging theme and the indelible memory of the heavily Oscared 1975…
Nearly 40 years after its original publication, Tom Wolfe's hallucinogenic tome "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" is headed for the bigscreen.
As the opening salvo of its three-show Dale Wasserman Festival, Ventura-based Rubicon Theater Company is offering an engrossing perusal through Wasserman's epic struggle between an unmanageable free…
Shock treatment figures prominently in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," and Dale Wasserman's stage adaptation of the Ken Kesey novel performs its own, happily more benign form of the procedure on…
Producer Doug Wick and Columbia Pictures wrapped a deal late Thursday night for the movie rights to Susanna Kaysen's biographical memoir "Girl Interrupted" following intense bidding in Hollywood for…
Despite its seeming more like a fabulous remake of a dated story rather than the first film version of a noted book and play, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" is brilliant cinema theatre. Jack…