A self-indulgent ode to the fears and insecurities of a once-brilliant and productive writer, Edward Albee's inept new play, "Fragments," makes for the most depressing of evenings at the theater. In…
“L.A. Law” will be honored in New York today by the Museum of Television & Radio, and 23 episodes of the NBC-Twentieth TV series will be donated to the museum collection. * * * A screening of Warner…
Harvey Crossland's directorial feature debut, "The Burning Season," is a disappointingly shallow romantic epic decorated with a David Lean-like grand visual treatment. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets…
Reviewed at Sydney Film Festival, June 19, 1993. Running time: 112 MIN.
Italy's "The Great Pumpkin" and "The Scent of Green Papaya" from Vietnam have been submitted as nominees in the foreign-language section of the 1993 Academy Awards.
Even though the setting of John Patrick Shanley's new play is New York, it's impossible to watch "Four Dogs and a Bone" without recalling David Mamet's 1988 "Speed-the-Plow." On screen or stage Mamet…
Alan Ayckbourn is a one-man play factory. He has just completed his 46th script, "Communicating Doors," while his 45th, "Dreams From a Summer House," is receiving its American premiere at A…
The Human Family Cultural & Educational Institute has announced application rules for a new $ 25,000 Humanitas prize for the writer of a screenplay.
Miramax co-chairman Harvey Weinstein has stunned the competition by agreeing to pay $ 1 million just for the North American theatrical distribution rights to the hotly pursued "Tom and Viv," sources…
Playing it straight, sans humor, "Return of the Living Dead 3" departs from the first two films of the horror series that began in 1985. In an effort to capture the youth market, this B-pic…