Broadway veteran talks joining AMC's hit and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
It was hardly nunsense at Tuesday's opening night for "High" at the Booth Theater. Nonetheless, Kathleen Turner's Broadway return as caustically comic, foul mouthed Sister Jamison Connelly drew…
At the performance reviewed, it was obvious why "Irena's Vow" is an important work. After the play -- which tracks Polish Catholic Irene Gut Opdyke's real-life rescue of Jews during WWII -- the late…
Tovah Feldshuh will star in the world premiere of "Irena's Vow," a new play by Dan Gordon about an unsung wartime heroine in Nazi-occupied Poland, opening Sept. 22 at New York's Baruch Performing…
There's a great movie inside "O Jerusalem" that wants freedom and independence, but is suppressed by an earnestness that's practically colonial.
In several interviews, Tovah Feldshuh has outlined her intellectualized take on Dolly Gallagher Levi, theorizing that the meddling matchmaker was a refugee from the Irish potato famine of the 1840s…
As disposable as a broken mirror, "Just My Luck" plays like a focus-group compilation of everything a 12-year-old girl could want in a Lindsay Lohan movie -- boy-band soundtrack and super-chic…
With the anxiety surrounding the Palestinian election victory of Hamas -- not to mention the arguments generated by Steven Spielberg's morally dense "Munich" -- the timing seems right to revisit the…
Striving to achieve the moral complexity, political resonance and powerful characterizations that prevailed in such 1970s policiers as "The French Connection" and "Serpico," James Foley's "The…