VENICE — Terry Gilliam, who completed his "The Zero Theorem" last week, is anxious to get back in the director’s chair with famously long-gestating "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" first and foremost…
While other voices tout mindless, candy-colored tuners as the order of the day in our parlous times, Reprise begs to differ, offering up a "Man of La Mancha" to make the idealistic argument for…
Helmer Charles Newell's intimate and startling re-imagining of "Man of La Mancha," focusing on the down-and-dirty prison setting and the transformative power of art over adversity, is as noble as the…
Broadway pulled off an Easter miracle one week late. In a welcome break from tradition, biz actually managed a resurrection coming off the holiday session. Thirty-two shows brought in $16,179,324, up…
The U.S. premiere of "Lost in La Mancha" will highlight the Intl. Documentary Assn.'s sixth annual DOCtober in September showcase.
There's no shortage of disaster stories in the history of film production, but none have been recorded with such frankness, immediacy and aching sense of disappointment as in "Lost in La Mancha,"…
Tony and Emmy-winning thesp Richard Kiley, Broadway’s original “Man of La Mancha” and a durable musical and dramatic presence on stage, film and TV for more than 40 years, died Friday in Warwick…