"People v. the State of Illusion" provides author Austin Vickers a glossy illustrated lecture to propagate his motivational message that we can escape our personal "prisons" through fundamental…
Being dated is absolutely not a problem for Matthew Warchus's smart revival of Ira Levin's 1978 hit.
This ebullient revival of David Hirson's "La Bete" is largely a winner.
Revival's structural ingenuity is matched by an exceptional cast.
Examining how the straitjacket of civilized society can barely contain the primitive beast within,"God of Carnage" picks an easy target in the complacent bourgeoisie. But the savagery of its…
"Don't you love farce?" That's the question, famously and ironically posed by Stephen Sondheim in his most popular song, "Send in the Clowns." It's also the question the U.S. producers of Broadway's…
"Preaching to the Choir" is an awkward, well-intentioned dramedy about hip-hop and gospel, the sacred and profane, the city and the country and the young and the old. With original music by…
Greek visual artist Kyriakos Katzourakis makes an occasionally poetical entree into film directing with "The Way to the West," an ambitious if somewhat diffuse lamentation over the global phenomenon…
The box office appeal of John Wayne combined with the imprint of John Ford makes "The Searchers" a contender for the big money stakes. It's a western in the grand scale - handsomely mounted and in…