Going down stairs, around corners, and through splintery old doorways.
The Performers is the imminent Broadway play that has various old friends reuniting at the Adult Film Awards in Las Vegas. No, it's not another Arthur Miller revival. At a meet-and-greet at the Hard Rock in Times Square yesterday, Cheyenne Jackson--who plays the porn-again Mandrew--divulged to me ... More >>
Here are the highlights from my very vivid three-hour viewing experience. Hold your applause till the end: Interviewed on the red carpet, Tyne Daly dismissively said the Tonys are a race meant for everyone else, "not for us." She wasn't nominated. How bad were the musicals this year? So bad that ... More >>
I just saw My Week With Marilyn at the New York Film Festival, and it turns out to be a sweet and incisive true story about a production assistant's interplay with the screen legend during the tumultuous filming of The Prince and the Showgirl. The gofer, Colin Clark (played with youthful wonder by ... More >>
The Mint revives another rarely seen play by Teresa Deevy
Really?There are a lot of neat places in New York, tourist attraction or otherwise, which is why we were pretty shocked to learn that one of the most photographed spots in the city is the Fifth Avenue Apple Store. (The findings were based on one researcher's experiment with Flickr geotags.) C ... More >>
So! Anna Chapman -- if that is her real name -- is supposedly some kind of Russian Spy, and the feds totally busted her and a bunch of other Russian spies yesterday. Which is crazy. I can personally attest, however, to know one thing she didn't come to America for: to bring secrets of what it ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJune 25, 1964, Vol. IX, No. 36Mugging the White LiberalBy Jack NewfieldImagine three goldfish dropped into a fish tank filled with sharks. Or imagine Billy Budd mugged by the Emperor Jones.Then you might have some idea of the malevolent and paran ... More >>
The world is a stage
Friday night, after we scored a couple of tickets to the star-studded new production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, we were looking forward to elbowing our way past a mob of Guy Fawkes impersonators picketing the Schoenfeld Theater. A small force of representatives from the local Anonymous movemen ... More >>
Adam Bock, Young Jean Lee and more make up a new breed of self-aware playwrights questioning what we know about language
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 4, 1958, Vol. III, No. 32 from Obies 1958 coverage... By Jerry Tallmer He looks like a Marine, he walks like a Marine, he talks like a Marine, biting off his words sardonically, glancing at you coolly down his long nose; and once inde ... More >>
A permanent, independent prosecutor to handle police crimes
Tashlin's eye-popping '50s artifacts pile on gags like live-action Looney Tunes
Grotowski provides inspiration—and obstacles—for two fearless performance groups
Brooklyn Boy shows how a playwright's autobiography can be a rather novel experience
Guilt, self-justification, and Brando's career performance in Kazan's 50-year-old classic
A chilling dramatization of the ongoing U.S. military fiascos
Prisoners of conscience charged with 'disrespect' and 'disobedience.' This is socialism?
Collapsable Giraffe and the Pleasures of Obfuscation
Soprano Lauren Skuce gets high marks
Englands Josette Simon Makes Her New York Stage Debut
Valerie shot Andy when he couldn't find her play. Rediscovered, Up Your Ass opens at last.
Playwright Maria Irene Fornes, Off-Off-Broadway Vet, Owns This Year's Signature Theatre Stage
As to the Backstreet Boys sexuality, I havent come to any conclusions except that theyre hot in the following order: Kevin, Nick, Brian, A.J., Howie.
The State of Women in Theater, 1999
The vast increase in operatic venues reopens an old unsettled question
Barry Edelstein Takes Over CSC