After watching his mother die on AMC's "The Walking Dead," Carl Grimes says his goodbyes and then shoots her in the head to ensure she won't come back as a zombie. Actor Chandler Riggs was 12 at the…
A new play by a Pulitzer winner and another by a fast-rising up-and-comer are among the brewing works tapped for development as part of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill…
Like the hard-core radical voyeurs in Jennifer Haley's terrific sci-fi play "The Nether," you won't want to leave the Hideaway.
Veteran legiters Bernard Gersten, Ming Cho Lee and Paul Libin have each scored the 2013 Tony Awards' special kudo for lifetime achievement in the theater. Trio of prominent industry figures have all…
Cady Huffman is among the thesps signed on to join Nathan Lane in "The Nance," the new play by Douglas Carter Beane that Lincoln Center Theater will bow on Broadway.
In the avalanche of world premieres and new titles announced for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, it was easy for legiters to miss one they'd almost certainly recognize.
A trio of world preems, including the bow of this year's Blackburn Prize winner "The Nether," a stint for the John Hurt-toplined "Krapp's Last Tape" and boxing tale "The Royale," are among offerings…
Raul Esparza sizzles like a firecracker in this musicalization of the 1992 Steve Martin pic, but his wick is continually dampened by the pesky book, songs and staging.
From 'Off Hours' to Sundance draws 'Safety Not Guaranteed' and 'Your Sister's Sister,' d.p. draws attention from peers.
A tale of a young woman's compulsive and transgressive sexual behavior that features ample shots of its characters' nether-regions, "Hemel" at first feels like a Dutch female version of "Shame."
Molly Smith Metzler, Madeleine George and Zinnie Harris are among the distaff scribes to be named finalists for the 2011-12 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.