The pleasures of Jane Austen and the horrors of the British slave trade make a surprisingly elegant fit in Amma Asante's handsome period piece.
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NBC's "Days of Our Lives" took the gold for drama series at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Kristin Scott Thomas easily upstages Ryan Gosling's near-catatonic turn in this reunion of "Drive" director and star.
Long languishing on the list of not-quite-great musicals, the "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" tuner surprisingly gleams here with the brilliance of a 40-carat Tiffany stone.
This joyous Central Park production is an enchanting endorsement of love in defiance of convention.
"Elizabeth: The Golden Age" is a follow-up less golden than its 1998 predecessor.
Can canned ham travel? Silly question. But silly is the operative word for the opening of the national tour of Broadway's loopy "Monty Python's Spamalot." Through bad puns, fart jokes, cornball gags…
A fine ensemble cast dives into the delectable froth of a classic comedy of manners in Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway revival of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's "The Rivals." Heartily embracing the…
Artfully wrought and painstakingly brought to life, the Brit import "Gormenghast" is a grim fairy tale at its darkest. The production, five years in the making, is a visual sensation, utilizing 120…
If ever a picture deserved a possessory credit, it's this one, which should have been called "Patricia Rozema's Mansfield Park." It certainly isn't Jane Austen's. Janeites, well served by…
Brimming with royal intrigue, court conspiracies, sex, violence, treachery, bloodshed and even a touch of cross-dressing, "Elizabeth" is superior historical soap opera that shrewdly sidesteps all the…