A trifling comedy about writer's block that aims for a blend of Richard Curtis-style cheeriness and arch literary satire.
With its blithe spirit and a plot no more preposterous than any dreamed up by P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton for Jerome Kern's celebrated pre-1920s tuners, "Boy Meets Boy" is as disarming as it is…
Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" has sailed into the Ahmanson Theater, its physical production a nearly exact art deco replica of what theatergoers recently enjoyed on Broadway.
Upscale U.K. web BBC4, the channel that brought British audiences "Mad Men" and "The Killing," has bought NBC laffer "Parks and Recreation."
So instantly familiar and likable is John Lithgow that settling in for his "Stories by Heart" is like having a favorite uncle over for the holidays.
A manic race to the intellectual depths propelled by a nonsensical tale of greed, love and stupidity.
Plays starring John Lithgow and Olympia Dukakis will join the previously announced Jane Fonda solo show at the Mark Taper Forum's upcoming season.
Is there another actor breathing who's as sweetly charming as John Lithgow?
The musical treasure trove "Stairway to Paradise" could hardly ask for a more appropriate opening number than "The Land Where the Good Songs Go," penned by Jerome Kern and P.G. Wodehouse and plucked…
Zelnick Media -- latest venture of former BMG Entertainment and 20th Century Fox topper Strauss Zelnick -- has inked a deal to exploit thousands of stories and essays from classic American weekly…
"Over the Moon" never quite reaches the heights of giddy humor it seems to promise. It's amusing, yes, but here's the brutal truth about these comedies: There's simply no reason for them to exist…