Patrick Swayze does some dirty driving in "Black Dog," a stripped for speed B movie that redefines the term "road rage."
Where was Robert Brustein's better judgment when he sat down to write this ludicrously awful play? Apparently it was completely overcome by his lifelong jealousy-tinged contempt for everything the…
Daniel MacIvor and Daniel Brooks have gazed deep into the midnight of the soul, and the view is anything but pretty.
This startling and abrasive prison drama by the author of "I Am a Man" (slated for future broadcast on HBO) is an impressive addition to the growing canon of an African-American playwright increasing…
Musical numbers: "Way Down Yonder," "Why Pass Bypass By?," "Fatherless," "Mine," "Story Song," "The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways," "Live at Lunch," "I Play It by Ear," "Duet for One," "Jesus Was Not…
Anyone wondering whether a seminal director of sitcoms can translate half-hour laugh bites into a legit revival of a classic Broadway comedy need only encounter James Burrows' remarkably inventive…
The pleasures are modest but consistent in "John Carpenter's Vampires," a part-Western, part-horror flick that doesn't aim too high but nails the range it occupies. A tale of parallel quests in the…
"Africa's Elephant Kingdom" marks an apt union of the world's largest land mammals and the world's largest theater screen. Juxtaposing expansive panoramas of African landscapes with astonishingly…
The pleasures are modest but consistent in "John Carpenter's Vampires," a part-Western, part-horror flick that doesn't aim too high but nails the range it occupies.
Dolphin Island, off the coast of Georgia, appears to exist in a time bubble. In the indie "Claudine's Return," that would appear to provide an apt segue into a tale of memory and separation. But the…