This chintzy, awkward dramatization of a real-life racing rivalry is a real drag.
There are a couple of well-established paths to Broadway for a new play. "Blue Highway" isn't taking any of them. The new work by David Marlett (pictured at left) is being developed simultaneously as…
Every writer puts a little of himself into his creations. And the case of Andrew Marlowe, whose ABC series "Castle" hit its 100th episode milestone April 1, is no exception.
An oddly upbeat coming-of-ager that nonjudgmentally treats a Canadian teen's love affair with her high-school English teacher as a simple rite of passage, "Molly Maxwell" puts a sunny spin on a…
Richard Hopkins, a British television producer who helped bring "Dancing With the Stars" to the U.S., died Saturday in Britain after an eight-month battle with cancer. He was 47.
A mediocre remake of the famous, same-named 1987 Hong Kong action-fantasy, "A Chinese Ghost Story" sports snazzy effects and some decent fight sequences, but that's about it.
Surrendering to the insanity that is Feydeau's farce "A Flea in Her Ear" is a case of "double your pleasure, double your fun."
For work that fits the traditional definition of "commercial theater," avoid the Under the Radar festival at all costs.
Four years after making a name for himself as the production guy responsible for "Wedding Crashers," New Line president of production Richard Brener is still on a roll.
For six years beginning in 1979, photographer Laura Wilson assisted Richard Avedon on his landmark "In the American West" portraits, helping the New York legend navigate the U.S. heartland. A…