The Mark Taper Forum at L.A.'s Center Theater Group has lined up its 2014 season with a couple of world preems that legiters in Gotham and beyond will likely keep an eye on. Among the titles on the…
Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life's well-worn grooves.
Halle Berry is now WWE's top star at the box office. "The Call," the thriller in which the actress stars, has crossed the $45 million mark and is expected to surpass $50 million by the end of its…
The Mark Taper Forum's new season includes an August Wilson play directed by Phylicia Rashad, Bruce Norris' "A Parallelogram" and "What the Butler Saw" by Joe Orton.
The film does all it can to maintain an objective perspective on the Texas textbook battle, but always stays one unsteady step away from hysteria.
Docu focuses on life-size photo cutouts that substitute for shipped-out soldiers.
The fragrant aroma of magnolias is undercut by the distinct smell of mothballs throughout "The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond," an admirably earnest but curiously flat attempt to film a long-unproduced…
Broadway stage manager and producer Mark Wright died Wednesday June 6 in Los Angeles of an incurable form of anemia.
In "Sweet Land," first-time helmer Ali Selim pulls off a complex and impressive hat-trick: fashioning a romance without whimsical pileups of contrivance, a historical costumer without excess baggage…
Those who like Oscar Wilde filtered through Franz Kafka should make a beeline for the Hampstead Theater revival of "What the Butler Saw," the Joe Orton comedy that -- nearly 40 years after its…
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