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  • 'The Cold Light of Day'

    If your father is played by Bruce Willis, and he's supposedly a worker drone, chances are good he's keeping some big secrets. That's what the character played by the screen's soon-to-be Superman, Henry Cavill, finds out in this well-cast but too-...
  • A happy and Grimm anniversary

    The tales we tell each other and our children not only reflect our own lived experiences and our psychic realities, they also shape our lives. — Maria Tatar As the year ends, we might appreciate a bicentennial that, unlike some wars, has been...
  • Christopher Durang, Will Eno, Adam Rapp win PEN drama awards

    Christopher Durang, Will Eno, Adam Rapp win PEN drama awards
    One of the highest honors in the field of letters, the PEN Literary Awards, were announced Wednesday, and among the honorees are three playwrights. Christopher Durang is receiving the Master American Dramatist award, while Will Eno and Adam Rapp are being...
  • How Josh Gad was almost Cameron, and Sarah Palin led Jason Winer to '1600 Penn'

    How Josh Gad was almost Cameron,  and Sarah Palin led Jason Winer to '1600 Penn'
    Talk about instant success. Baltimore native Jason Winer doesn't even have a name yet for his Hollywood production company. But he and his two co-creators, "The Book of Mormon" Broadway star Josh Gad and former White House speechwriter Jon Lovett, already...
  • Stars light up Broadway this season

    Stars light up Broadway this season
    As autumn turns the Manhattan air crisp and cool, Broadway is gearing up for another season. In the 2012-2013 lineup are new plays, star-driven revivals, lavish musicals and shows inspired by movies, books, TV shows and one very well-known comic strip....
  • Is expanding a classic a lose-lose proposition?

    Is expanding a classic a lose-lose proposition?
    Once the court of public opinion stamps a movie as a classic, watch out. It becomes precious cargo, and attempts to deride or change that valuable commodity may endure the wrath of 1,000 suns. Or just emails from die-hard fans who say you don’t know...
  • 'Prometheus': Ridley Scott returns to space and finds something familiar ✭✭✭

    'Prometheus': Ridley Scott returns to space and finds something familiar ✭✭✭
    Nearly all the bits and pieces in director Ridley Scott's"Prometheus" come from other movies — either one of Scott's or someone else's. More and more, though, I appreciate Scott's fundamental squareness as a filmmaker. "Prometheus" may be the"...
  • David Hyde Pierce Directs Comedy At Williamstown

    David Hyde Pierce Directs Comedy At Williamstown
    David Hyde Pierce says there wasn't a "Eureka!" moment when it occurred to him to set Oscar Wilde's classic comedy of manners in manors, "The Importance of Being Earnest" with the playwright's characters as transplanted American gangsters in the 1930s....
  • USA's 'Political Animals' and the way TV helps us see what we can be

    USA's 'Political Animals' and the way TV helps us see what we can be
    See Jane reach. See Jane reach for power and be denied. It might not yet be a full-blown theme, but that story line has made for one of TV’s more culturally intriguing narratives of this presidential election year. “Game Change” and...
  • Sigourney Weaver returns to the stage: What did the critics think?

    Sigourney Weaver returns to the stage: What did the critics think?
    When some actors hit it big in Hollywood, they leave behind the theater world where they honed their craft. Such is not the case with Sigourney Weaver, who has made a point of doing plays in between more lucrative screen projects such as the "Alien"...
  • Porn farce 'The Performers' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    Porn farce 'The Performers' on Broadway: What did the critics think?
    Porn on Broadway? No, it's not the second coming of "Oh! Calcutta!" It's a new comedy called "The Performers," set amid the colorful vulgarity of an adult-movie awards show. The play opened Wednesday at the Longacre Theatre with a cast that includes Henry...