From madcap designer Gerald Scarfe's nifty stage-filling dragon that starts the action, to Mozart's audible sunshine that irradiates its final message -- that love conquers all -- the L.A. Opera's…
There's something to be said for staking out a small patch of land and tending it meticulously. The emotional and physical territory of Horton Foote may not be terribly expansive, but it's been…
Broadway's biz continues to outpace last year's B.O. figures by a few bucks. Last week, total receipts came to $14,237,337 as opposed to $13.79 million a year ago.
Domestic Film DAILY
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$29.9M Sony / Screen Gems -11.16%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$557,622 Cumulative:$308.5M Disney -4.92%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$459,663 Cumulative:$18.1M Warner Brothers -9.19%
Never less than highly competent and with its heart clearly involved, the play seldom delves below its briskly efficient surface and doesn't always avoid sentimentality and audience manipulation.
Gilles Ste-Croix is not a household name, but in many ways he's to le cirque what Andrew Lloyd Webber was to the Broadway musical in the 1980s -- he's always got a few shows going somewhere.
An uproariously funny evening of bad acting and the mangling of classic scenes, "Beverly Winwood Presents the Actors Showcase" is a superb send-up of scene studies performed by Hollywood hopefuls…
London likes a party, and with the arrival of Broadway's "The Full Monty," it now has one on stage. The (multi-)million-dollar question, of course, was how Britain would take to an American…
Over $1 million was blown on the Chi tryout of this new five-hand tuner from Rhode Island-based producer-director Richard Ericson. The premise -- George M. Cohan comes back from the dead to…
Shakespeare's envenomed Richard strips himself naked -- emotionally speaking -- in the opening soliloquy of "Richard III," so why shouldn't Kenneth Branagh's remarkable "foul toad" first appear…
There are surely more subversive, not to mention seditious, "Tartuffes" to be found, but it's hard to imagine a more purely entertaining treatment of Moliere's raging 17th-century classic than the…