Born out of Germany's economic meltdown in the 1920s, "The Threepenny Opera" puts the destitute and desperate onstage — a remarkable thing at the time. Rather than refresh its reality for our own…
Franz Kafka's novella “The Trial” gets the Richard Jones treatment at the Young Vic — that is to say, the director whizzes it into a far-out psychedelic loop-de-loop that does it no favors. Josef K…
The British preem production of Ayad Akhtar's award-winning "Disgraced" and play-writing debuts from two National Theater actors Cush Jumbo and Rory Kinnear headline the newly announced 2013 slate at…
Kudos stage a convention of unconvention
U.K. financier and producer Bob Benton and producer Andy Brunskill have teamed to launch production company Sums Film and Media.
Rufus Norris' debut "Broken" leads the race at the British Independent Film Awards with nine nominations, including film and director.
Putting the "intelligence" in MI6, "Skyfall" reps a smart, savvy and incredibly satisfying addition to the 007 oeuvre.
You can tell a lot from a curtain call. Taking their bows at the end of "The Last of the Haussmanns," the strong cast look exhausted but not in a good way.
Melding heightened drama with quirky, state-of-the-nation social realism, the pic aims to undercut epic plot contrivance with naturalistic perfs and a lyrical shooting style.
A slew of world preems including a tuner from Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik ("Spring Awakening") and a play by Alan Bennett ("The History Boys") form part of the National Theater's notably…
Playwrights, novelists and other scribes weigh in on the year's best screenplays