The considerable integrity and strength of John Patrick Shanley's play prevail despite a questionable central performance in "Doubt."
The Webb Sisters
It speaks volumes about Suspect Culture and Graeae Theater that their first collaboration should be a show about pop music: One of the actors in Dan Rebellato's "Static" is deaf and the entire…
Theatergoers are accustomed to, if not comforted by, the conventions of tragedies that unfold before their eyes during the course of dramatic action. A thornier scenario arises when the tragedy has…
"Three Weddings and No Funeral" just as easily describes "Confetti," an agreeable Britcom about three couples competing in a magazine-sponsored contest for the Most Original Wedding of the Year…
Paula Vogel's bittersweet 1992 drama is a lesser effort from a playwright who would go on to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama (in 1998 for "How I Learned to Drive") and rack up a significant body of…
Though somewhat restricted in scope, "Brilliant Lies" works powerfully on more than one level and contains enough meaty material to provoke plenty of pros and cons. With strong performances toplined…
Call Northside 777 has all the separate ingredients for a sock film but registers only with a mild impact due to a lack of integration. Among the film's principal drawbacks is James Stewart's jarring…