Where is the worst possible place to be in the theater? About twenty minutes ahead of the action. That, alas, is where audiences for "Longing" find themselves. Anyone attracted to successful novelist…
Matt LeBlanc will be playing Matt LeBlanc for a third season on Showtime.
Showtime returns for seconds, and they're pretty sloppy -- a breezy but uninspired half-hour.
The Royal Court, the subsidized theater that is London's foremost producer of new plays, is joining forces with commercial org Ambassador Theater Group (ATG) to transfer two of its biggest hits to…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has long been fond of nominating new TV shows for Golden Globe contention, feting acclaimed series like AMC's "Mad Men" and ABC's "Modern Family" during their…
The uproarious laughter that greets April de Angelis' zesty "Jumpy" is the laughter of acute and sometimes appalled recognition. That's the hallmark of a delicious juggling act of uproarious humor…
The National Theater leads the pack with 17 nominations in the Society of London Theaters' newly relaunched Olivier Awards, set to take place at the Theater Royal Drury Lane on March 13.
A native-born femme's return to the rural village she grew up in stirs up amusing social comedy.
"The God of Carnage" is in the expert hands of director Matthew Warchus and a blistering cast. Together they turn the sociological satire into a guiltily pleasurable knife-edge balance between…
In London's year of record tuner openings, Tony winner "Monty Python's Spamalot" topped the nominees list for the 2007 Laurence Olivier Awards with seven mentions, including best musical.
It's transfixing. His daughter Hero's previously protested innocence suddenly restored, Leonato promptly sets about organizing his plan for her to remarry by tapping her matter-of-factly on the…
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