The most treacherous part of producing a biomusical about an iconic performer is finding an actor who can convincingly handle the role.
How long "Potted Potter" will remain in residence depends on how Harry Potter fans feel about British schoolboy humor.
TUESDAY: Martin Scorsese will do a Q&A following a screening of "Mean Streets" held as part of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's yearlong retrospective marking the 50th anniversary of the New York…
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The Lythgoes return to the El Portal Theater with their take on another traditional fairytale in "A Snow White Christmas"
The wit, warmth and high-spirits displayed in Stephen Fry's 'Me and My Girl' are back in Fiona Laird's tight production of his first pantomime for the Old Vic.
Of all the green girls to date, Ana Gasteyer is the most authentic outsider. The former "Saturday Night Live" star certainly can't pick notes out of thin air like Idina Menzel. Nor is she as perkily…
It is curious that D.C.'s 17-year-old Shakespeare Theater has never produced the Bard's epic "Pericles." Perhaps it has been waiting for director Mary Zimmerman to come along. If so, it was a wise…
Chaplin makes no bones about his utter contempt for dictators like Hitler and Mussolini in his production of The Great Dictator. He takes time out to make fun about it, but the preachment is strong…
Charlie Chaplin, in anything, is b.o., and in "Modern Times," his first self-starring production in five years, it's box office with a capital B. The picture is grand fun and sound entertainment…