The Vineyard polishes its rep as an incubator of offbeat plays by eccentric playwrights with “Somewhere Fun,” another highwire act in twisted linguistics from Jenny Schwartz. Grande dame thesps Kate…
The American Film Institute has revived its “Night at the Movies” program after a five-year hiatus. The event is set for April 24 at the ArcLight Hollywood. The program, presented with Target, is…
This powerful docu about post-earthquake Haiti shines a damning light on the damage done by international aid agencies whose well-meaning but ignorant assumptions turned a nightmare into an…
Johanna Day and Daniel Gerroll are set to star in the world preem of the stage adaptation of "Misery," with James DeMarse rounding out a cast of three.
Warner Bros. Theater Ventures' stage adaptation of "Misery" is gearing up for its first public showcase, skedding a brief 11-perf run at the Bucks County Playhouse, the newly revitalized regional…
Kevin Lewis' misery memoirs receive a heartfelt if overwrought screen transfer.
Combines plot elements from "Misery" and "Fatal Attraction" to somewhat underwhelming effect.
After recapping the five-year-old Keith Olbermann-Bill O'Reilly feud that has spilled over to other assets of their respective employers GE and News Corp., the gossip site Gawker cheerily noted: "The…
A young woman seeking a new life outside Russia ends up a victim of the white slave trade in Teresa Villaverde's slow-flowing, enigmatic "Trance." But at a two-hour-plus running time, only the most…
Misery does not love company, or so we learn from Howard Korder's new play, a dark comedy that chronicles the brisk deterioration of a therapist's life and career. Dylan Baker plays the gentle…