| Aug 11, 2014
| 12:30 PM
If it's true there was much at stake for the early kings of Scotland as they tried to establish order in turbulent times, it is equally true that everything is riding on playwright Rona Munro's trilogy of historical 15th-century dramas, "The James Plays." Not only are these three premieres the centerpiece of the theater program of the 2014 Edinburgh International Festival, but they mark the first collaboration between the National Theater of Scotland (NTS) and the National Theater of Great Britain. Happily, apart from a wobble in the middle play, the gamble has paid off. "The James Plays" take a little-known period of history and turn it into a bold, gripping and funny piece of theater.
| Aug 10, 2010
Triage is a sometimes affecting, but generally unsurprising war photographer melodrama in which Colin Farrell plays a freelancer who has seen things in Kurdistan and who can't get his health and his life back until he deals with them. It was directed by...