The startling victory of a tribe of trash-talking puppets over a pair of wicked witches gave the 58th annual Tony Awards an unexpected jolt of drama last week. Many called it the biggest upset in…
Stephen Belber's newest play, which opened in San Francisco just a couple of weeks after his "Match" arrived (briefly) on Broadway, is about a lot: an imploding marriage, liberal guilt/idealism…
The laff riot that pre-Revolutionary (or post-, for that matter) Russian life wasn't stays that way in Constance Congdon's "A Mother." Adapted from Gorky's seldom-revived 1910 comedy -- a later…
"Her Little House" is a Southern character study with enough wit and substance to excuse its sentimental lapses. Watching the charming (if uneven) premiere at Horizon Theater Co., where the play was…
Broadway opened the 2004-05 season on a down note, as grosses dropped 6.5% to $14,712,977 during Week 1 (May 31-June 6), with attendance down 7.3% to 229,047.
Strands: While one production after another was calling it quits in London -- "Fuddy Meers" and "The Shape of Things" will be gone by the time you read this and "Thoroughly Modern Millie" follows not…
Road grosses dipped 1.9% to $13,387,792 during Week 1 (May 31-June 6), the first week of the 2004-05 season.
It is highly likely that the Druid Theater Co.'s acclaimed production of J.M. Synge's "The Playboy of the Western World" will have a West End run in November-December of this year, according to…
Judy Kuhn and Andrea Martin will be onstage here next season, in productions at the Signature Theater and Ford's Theater, respectively.
Although Mikhail Baryshnikov spends nearly all of his time onstage driving an imaginary car, you could hardly call "Forbidden Christmas or the Doctor and the Patient" a star vehicle. Indeed…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media