Talk about shows that appeal to niche audiences! Daniel Pearle’s new play, “A Kid Like Jake,” should captivate yuppie parents from upscale urban neighborhoods who are obsessed with getting their…
The Road To Mecca
A pulverizing steroidal farce based on a bizarre-but-true kidnapping-and-murder case
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A look at a year filled with revivals, troupers and box office wars.
Broadway sustained its worst sesh since the first frame of 2012, with overall box office tumbling more than $3.4 million in Week 40 (Feb. 27-March 4) and attendance down by nearly 25,000, despite the…
Broadway turned out en masse for the opening of "The Road to Mecca" by Athol Fugard, who will soon turn 80.
David W. Rintels' stage adaptation of William Styron's "Sophie's Choice," slated to premiere in May at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater, is canceled.
Salim Ahamed's unfailingly sincere if dramatically underpowered debut feature balances measured investigation of the Islamic faith with broader concerns of mortality and community.
Award-winning stage, film and TV actress Nan Martin who portrayed the snobbish mother in "Goodbye, Columbus" and had a recurring role on "The Drew Carey Show," died Thursday in Malibu. She was 82 and…
An Ashkenazi Jew's transformation into one of the most influential thinkers of modern Islam is explored in Austrian helmer Georg Misch's provocative docu.
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