Highlighted by Kevin Depinet’s magnificently palatial set and Maggie Hoffman’s luxurious costumes, Drury Lane’s production of The Game’s Afoot, written by Lend Me A Tenor’s Ken Ludwig, is full of spooky twists and riotous physical comedy.
Joe Swanberg is a prolific indie-prod writer-director specializing in largely improvised low-budget movies that depend on actors who know how to direct themselves.
Absurdly funny yet filled with dramatic heart, Strawdog Dog Theatre’s adaptation of Max Frisch’s The Arsonists is a potent reminder of the public’s culpability in the governmental and humanitarian process.
In his attempt to prove there is life after Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe is like the marathon contestant with one leg. He’s running as fast as he can.
From Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Matt Richtel comes A Deadly Wandering: A Tale of Tragedy and Redemption in the Age of Attention.
Proving what fortitude can do for a person, Ronald Keaton’s solo show Churchill is a blazing tribute to perseverance and strength.
From this year’s overcrowded but empty film festival circuit menu comes a rare treat—a modest little cookie called Land Ho! about two old geezers who take a vacation together to get their mojo back.
Eat, drink, be merry and…watch a lot of theater! If that sounds like heaven to you then The Hypocrites’ latest production should be right up your alley.
Monday we heard the news. One of the greats decided to leave us.
The 1949 film version of Broadway’s beloved On The Town emphasized the talents of Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly.