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Drama (genre)

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  • Leonard Kastle dies at 82; writer-director of 'The Honeymoon Killers'

    Leonard Kastle dies at 82; writer-director of 'The Honeymoon Killers'
    When Leonard Kastle's debut movie as a writer and director, "The Honeymoon Killers," was released in 1970, critics raved over the grimly realistic, low-budget, black-and-white crime drama about a lowlife lothario and his overweight nurse lover whose...
  • Noah Wyle bringing 'Falling Skies' to Chicago

    Noah Wyle bringing 'Falling Skies' to Chicago
    Noah Wyle just wants somebody to finally see his new TV series, "Falling Skies." "The pilot is going to be two years old by the time it hits the airwaves and the series we filmed from July to November of last year," he said over the phone last week,...
  • Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality

    Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality
    What's the best way to fill an open space with smiles for a summer night? Fit in a big, bright movie screen, and hundreds are sure to follow. Every summer, in every corner of Baltimore, the light of the silvery moon turns outdoor silver screens into...
  • 'Law & Order: SVU's' guest actresses get Emmy's attention

    'Law & Order: SVU's' guest actresses get Emmy's attention
    "We were writing a story for Chris Meloni's character's mother, and she was going to be bipolar. Immediately we thought Ellen Burstyn." So began Neal Baer's wooing of the Oscar-winning Burstyn to the set of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." "We had...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Alicia Minshew

    To call this a bittersweet time for Alicia Minshew is a genuine understatement. The performer is up for a Daytime Emmy Award, but it's for a show that will leave the air soon. She's nominated for outstanding lead actress in a drama series as Kendall Hart...
  • Josh Lucas joins NBC's 'The Firm'

    Josh Lucas joins NBC's 'The Firm'
    NBC's 2011-12 line-up got a little more charming--and sexy--with the official announcement that Josh Lucas will head up the cast of "The Firm." Lucas, who caused some swooning in "Sweet Home Alabama" and recently starred in "The Lincoln Lawyer," will...
  • 'Of Gods and Men'

    'Of Gods and Men'
    French monks encounter unanticipated danger in this true drama, which fared well at last year's Cannes Film Festival and Cesar Awards (France's equivalent of the Oscars). The religious men coexist well with their Algerian region's Muslims, but the...
  • 'Damages: The Complete Third Season'

    'Damages: The Complete Third Season'
    As the drama series approaches its debut on DirecTV, the last of its seasons to run on FX makes its video debut. It uses the now-familiar premise of a Ponzi scheme as its jumping-off point, as powerful attorney Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) goes after a...
  • Review: Menacing Tom Hardy gives 'The Take' brutal bite

    Review: Menacing Tom Hardy gives 'The Take' brutal bite
    Keep your eyes on Tom Hardy. Before the Brit starred in films like "Inception" or this year's "Warrior," he scorched the small screen as thuggish Freddie Jackson in the 2009 British miniseries "The Take" (8 p.m. Friday, Encore; 3.5 stars). His...
  • On Theater: 'Trip' topped a bountiful year for SCR

    Editor's note: This is the first of three columns chronicling the year 2011 in local theater. * South Coast Repertory's "The Trip to Bountiful" was described in this column a few months ago as "an engrossing journey with extraordinary performances...
  • Estancia students tackle 'The Crucible'

    COSTA MESA — Estancia High School's drama department is taking on an American theater classic about the Salem witch trials that uses allegory to connect the colonial-era story to McCarthyism. Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" made its 1953 stage debut...