The Weinstein Co.’s “August: Osage County” had its world premiere Monday night at Roy Thomson Hall, the last of the big awards hopefuls to debut at Toronto. And the verdict: big thumbs up. The…
They might be ambitious, but they're not out of their minds.
Producer Jeffrey Richards will reteam with scribe-actor Tracy Letts and helmer Pam MacKinnon to bring Letts’ 1993 play “Killer Joe” to Broadway for a production aiming to hit the boards sometime in…
Bill Condon's biopic thriller "The Fifth Estate," starring Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will open the Toronto Intl. Film Festival on Sept. 5. "Information is the most…
After having spent two consecutive years at the Upper West Side Beacon Theater, The Tony Awards returned to Radio City Music Hall for their 67th show.
Christopher Lloyd has made a career of playing mad geniuses, which makes this brilliant clown a perfect fit for Azdak, the wise fool who injects some cockeyed sanity into the state-sanctioned lunacy…
As Russian supper club entertainment goes, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” could put belly dancers out of business. In this smartly engineered transfer, Dave Malloy’s innovative musical…
Meet the Joneses. And meet the Joneses again. They're two couples that share more than a surname in Will Eno's weird and wonderful play, getting its world preem at New Haven's Yale Repertory Theater.
The family that slays together pays together in "Killer Joe," a nasty little Texas noir that transfers Tracy Letts' 1993 play from page to screen with generally gripping results before devolving into…
Entirely engrossing Steppenwolf Theater production begins a notch quieter than usual and ends quietly as well, in a moment filled with achingly honest vulnerability and tenderness.
There's something remarkably satisfying about watching Tracy Letts do Mamet.