For Noel Coward aficionados who don't exactly need another production of "Private Lives" or "Hay Fever," there's "Fallen Angels" at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Screenwriter Pamela Gray describes "Conviction" as a story of "the wheels of justice turning in the wrong direction."
Betty Anne Waters' dramatic true story is told with too many false notes and unexamined questions.
Meryl Streep is purring over "Dewey," a fact-based film about a stray cat's impact on the town of Spencer, Iowa. The project has landed at New Line Cinema.
In 1933, playwright Sidney Kingsley reportedly walked through a New York slum and watched kids swimming in the filthy East River, then looked beyond this shabbiness toward a nearby luxury building…
On stage for the play's entirety the title character in Simon Gray's "Butley" is a horrid but fascinating man. Nathan Lane's career has been perfect preparation for this role. The playfulness laced…
Violinists Isaac Stern and Itzhak Perlman will play themselves in "50 Violins," which Wes Craven is currently directing for Miramax Films in Gotham.
"The Devil's Advocate" is a fairly entertaining supernatural potboiler that finally bubbles over with a nearly operatic sense of absurdity. With one foot in the world of courtroom battles, and the…
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