There is more style than substance to this Tuesday Laboratory American premiere of British playwright Mark Ravenhill's contemporary reworking of the life and times of Goethe's legendary devil…
Exotic Toronto-based trip-hop duo Esthero, whose just-released debut album, "Breath From Another" (Work Group), is one of the year's most critically acclaimed -- not to mention sexiest -- major label…
The year's biggest entertainment show kicked off Tuesday with the kind of disrespect for timing and viewers that only the French can put together.
There are millions of Hollywood stories about "not quite made it" performers whose unrelenting hope continues to shine with laser intensity despite years of obscurity and rejection. Actor-comedian…
An old-fashioned tear-jerker centered on two Yanks-in-Europe scurrying around picturesque Italy, "Something to Believe In" is an embarrassing return to the big screen after a decade-and-a-half by…
A.R. Gurney's summery comedy "Labor Day" boasts its share of chuckles. The banter is light and breezy, the acting is tidy and the writing slick, and yet it's a curiously hollow affair.
"Six Days, Seven Nights" is a passable romantic comedy in which enforced proximity makes the heart grow fonder. Sprinkled with just enough laughs, close shaves and compromising positions to keep…
One hopes Richard Greenberg's nearest and dearest aren't hanging around Orange County, where his new play "Hurrah at Last" is making its world premiere at South Coast Repertory. His bilious and very…
It's a hopeless world out there, but newspaper columnist Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) is throwing her libido in the laboratory to sort it all out for the masses. The self-described "sexual…