The brewing Broadway adaptation of "Rear Window" has tapped scribe Keith Reddin and helmer Terry Kinney to bring the thriller to the stage. Reddin is a veteran legit scribe whose plays include "Life…
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
In a nearly 50-year directing career, Milos Forman has made only 12 features, but their variety astounds.
The Directors Guild of America has selected Milos Forman as the recipient of its lifetime achievement award for distinguished achievement in motion picture direction.
A well-cast but generally unremarkable drama about an Iraq War vet's struggle to recover from physical and psychological wounds at a military rehab hospital.
Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's counter-culture novel still packs a punch, despite the obviousness of the authority-challenging theme and the indelible memory of the heavily Oscared 1975…
A winningly transgressive black comedy that skewers PC correctness toward the disabled, "The Art of Negative Thinking" plays like Lars von Trier's "The Idiots" meets "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
In recent years the Assembly Rooms, one of the major venues on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, has hit upon the commercial potential of putting much-loved Hollywood movies on the stage. It is here…
As the opening salvo of its three-show Dale Wasserman Festival, Ventura-based Rubicon Theater Company is offering an engrossing perusal through Wasserman's epic struggle between an unmanageable free…
The winner of the narrative jury prize at Slamdance, Elliot Greenebaum's "Assisted Living" is an affecting low-key drama set and shot in a functioning nursing home. With strong critical and distrib…
1970 Picture: “Patton”Actor: George C. Scott – “Patton”Actress: Glenda Jackson – “Women in Love”Supporting Actor: John Mills – “Ryan’s Daughter”Supporting Actress: Helen Hayes – “Airport”Director…