Clowns rule in “Old Hats,” a brilliant oddball of a show written and performed by Bill Irwin and David Shiner, who originally teamed up to create their 1993 Tony-winning tour de force, “Fool Moon.”…
This year, the nominees offer a more diverse array of frame-by-frame techniques than the features category, which is divided between stop-motion and CG films, all of them in 3D.
A would-be satire with nothing much to say, "Democracy at Work" applies the can-do spirit common in grassroots political campaigning and indie filmmaking to a lackluster concept and flimsy narrative.
How difficult is it to stage Richard Wagner's "Siegfried"? Or more precisely, how difficult is it to find a tenor to sing the punishing title role? The Met Opera announced no fewer than two tenors…
Harvard didn't exactly lay out the welcome mat for helmer David Fincher and his cast and crew when they shot "The Social Network" in fall 2009. The university blocked access to its campus, where the…
Lorene Yarnell, who with partner Robert Shields, starred in CBS series "Shields and Yarnell," died July 29 of a brain aneurysm in Sandefjord, Norway. She was 66.
The San Francisco Mime Troupe's 50th anniversary is marked by "Too Big to Fail."
"Nothing's abnormal when abnormal has become the new normal," declares Geoffrey Rush, a short distance into his astonishing performance as the dying monarch in "Exit the King."
A faux tuner in which characters mime clips from well-known German ditties, "Melodies of Spring" doesn't go the distance on a musical level but has enough charm and wry humor to agreeably pass the…
There is a limit to the amount of hilarity you can get out of two actors and a microphone. Or at least there would seem to be, a generalization disproved by Dave (who plays Dave) and Shane (who plays…
Mandalay Integrated Media Entertainment has acquired feature rights to Christopher Titus' script "Five Seconds," a drama set in the world of drag racing, with Titus on board to star. Dan Angel…