Ethan Coen returns to Off Broadway this fall with new play "Women or Nothing," set to bow at the Atlantic Theater Company in a run that precedes the December release of his latest pic, "Inside Llewyn…
Labyrinth Theater Company
There are two things you can pretty much count on in a LAByrinth production: fine ensemble acting and innovative shows. True to company form, a terrific LAB cast helmed by Philip Seymour Hoffman…
"Radiance," by Cusi Cram, upholds Labyrinth's rep for eccentricity, with its surreal treatment of the 1945 U.S. mission that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. But the peculiar slo-mo directorial…
Tom Hardy and Michael Shannon are attached to topline "The Long Red Road" in the first feature from newly-minted Whipsmart, headed by longtime producer Paul Neesan and Houston steel magnate Richard…
A helming gig for Philip Seymour Hoffman and a new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis are among the shows lined up for the 2012-13 season from Off Broadway's Labyrinth Theater Company.
Chris Rock, the comic dynamo who comes to Broadway having conquered every other field of entertainment, is the obvious draw for "The Motherfucker With the Hat," Stephen Adly Guirgis' raucous comedy…
"Thinner Than Water," seems custom-tailored for that thing they do at LAByrinth -- that anxious, angry, smartass, pissed-off-at-the-world attitude that more or less defines the house style.
To put a reasoned, compassionate face on the immigration issue, you can do no better than to take in "Intringulis," a world premiere co-production by two piping-hot theater companies, Gotham's…
"Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train" arrives at the 13th Street Theater with all the trappings of a grass-roots Off Broadway hit: a dollop of street credibility in the person of its brooding leading man…
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