LONDON — The National Theater and Chichester Festival Theater emerged as the producer front-runners in the nominations for this year's Society of London Theater Olivier awards with 13 and 12 noms…
The Flying Dutchman
If Hollywood ever kicks its current addiction to vampires, producers might look to another story of the undead wandering the earth for centuries in search of a love-victim: Richard Wagner's “The…
Lynn Hendee "always loved movies, since I was a kid," and explored acting and directing classes in New York before seeing a flier for USC's Peter Stark Producing Program.
Musician and poet Gil Scott-Heron, whose biting and lyrical fusion of verse and rhythm made him a formidable forefather of rap and hip-hop, died Friday in New York. He was 62.
Docu fails to scratch beneath the already well-worn surface of the thrilling legend of Ava Gardner the formidable hedonist.
Lanford Wilson's "Burn This" explores the pain involved in both grieving and loving, but much of the play's emotional tinder has gone up in smoke at the Union Square Theater, where the Signature…
Actor Jeroen Krabbe's first effort as director is a well intentioned but uneven and overly sentimental film about a young, liberated Jewish woman who finds herself drawn to members of an orthodox…
The Dutchman Rene Groothof Lotte Veerle Dobbelaere Campanelli Nino Manfredi Dwarf Rene van't Hof Nettelneck Willy…
New features from Woody Allen, Hal Hartley, Spike Lee and Sean Penn are among U.S. pix likely to figure in this year’s Venice Film Festival selections, with “Four Rooms,” by the quartet of Quentin…