The Man in "Kill the Man" is the Establishment, as represented by a thinly veiled stand-in for the Kinko copying chain. That should give you some idea of this indie's dated mindset. "Power to the…
Stanley J. Waxman, a former radio and legit actor who later became an educator, died Sept. 27 of unreported causes in Los Angeles. He was 84. A native of Cincinnati, Waxman graduated from the U of…
Hartford Stage's new artistic director Michael Wilson is bringing back his production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" for an encore run at the end of the 1998-99 season, Wilson's first.
The makers of "Police Academy" and "Major League" team up to take on the submarine corps in "Down Periscope," and the result is a testosterone comedy that's crude fun, with a pinch of corn-pone…
Neil Simon's play The Prisoner of Second Avenue has Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft as a harried urban couple. The film is more of a drama with comedy, for the personal problems as well as the…