A fine performance by Cory Monteith isn't enough to salvage this drably derivative, infuriatingly improbable police drama.
“Murder for Two,” a two-character spoof by Joe Kinosian (book & music) and Kellen Blair (book & lyrics) of an old-fashioned stage whodunit, is the first musical produced by Second Stage at its Uptown…
Michael B. Jordan knew all about the murder of Oscar Grant by Bay Area police officers even before he read Ryan Coogler's script. "I remember the incident when it happened in 2009, and I remember…
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If religious conservatives can say they hear the voice of God, then Jane Lynch felt free to actually be "the voice of God" at the TrevorLive gala June 17 at the Chelsea Piers in Gotham.
With a sordid "true story" of sex, violence and Mormonism tailor-made for TV-movie treatment, "Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret" makes no apologies for its obligatory exploitation. Twenty years ago…
A total of 31 productions have been selected to receive California's Film and Television Tax Credit — 14 features, 14 basic cable TV series and three movies of the week — including the “Entourage”…
Two recent high-profile HBO movies, "Phil Spector" and now the Liberace tell-all "Behind the Candelabra," each touch upon a theme that should possess special resonance around Hollywood – namely, an…
With tourists pouring into Gotham, summer can be a great time to be on Broadway. Off Broadway? The jury's still out. It's the big, splashy musicals that pull in the majority of warm-weather tourist…
Karen Earl is the executive director of the Jenesse Center in Los Angeles, which provides victims of domestic violence with support to assist them in addressing their crisis and changing the patterns…
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…
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3 8:45 “Aftershock”Huayi Bros. Media Corp., Criterion 6 “Flesh Wounds”American World Pictures, Broadway 1 “The Big Picture”EuropaCorp, Broadway 3 “The Speak”Green Communications, AMC…