Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
ASCAP's I Create Music Expo has been on a roll since its inception in 2006, rising in attendance by 5%-7% each year.
Memory floats on a giant plane of regret in American Repertory Theater's epic and intimate production of “The Glass Menagerie,” trapped forever between a shimmering black sea and an endless void that…
John Krokidas' first feature feels adventurous yet somewhat hemmed-in as it imagines a vortex of jealousy, obsession and murder that engulfed Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac in…
The film provides a cautionary tale as it chronicles several years in the endlessly self-recorded life of Chris Crocker, who won fame with his 2007 "Leave Britney alone!" YouTube rant.
Close to 100 original scores have been deemed eligible for the 84th Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday.
Looks like playwright-of-the-moment Stephen Karam's next play will show up at the Roundabout Theater Company, too: The Gotham nonprofit has given a second commission to the scribe for a new play.
Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret," an angry, cacophonous storm of a movie.
Reality blurred by fantasy, teen sexuality, Internet chatrooms, a murky murder plot -- it's not a new HBO drama, it's "Two Boys," the disquieting and absorbing first opera from composer Nico Muhly.
Among male scribes, even a diehard political playwright like Tony Kushner finds the fathers-and-sons trope an irresistible dramatic theme.