Don't Dress For Dinner--a sequel to the door-slamming hit Boeing-Boeing--has the bad luck of coming right on the heels of One Man, Two Guvnors, with which it has a lot in common.
Both productions--which came from London's West End--are mistaken identity farces set in the 1960s, based on plays that ... More >>
Each week, Death by Science sends out an all-points bulletin for the latest science and technology news, tracks it down, and beats a confession out of it. This week, we look up to the stars, readjust our focus, and look closer at satellites. They are the reason you are able to read this right ... More >>
The new Olivier by way of John Belushi, Mark Rylance is willing to go to even darker places than an electrician in a power blackout.
Three years ago, he won a Tony for his Buster Keaton-ish deadpan in Boeing Boeing, and more recently he played a scary vulgarian who spoke in verse in the stim ... More >>
He's been described as the new Olivier, but I don't recall Olivier ever taking on the Jerry Lewis role in Boeing Boeing or playing a street clown who spits, farts, and spews rhymed couplets of narcissistic nonsense in La Bete.
Mark Rylance has done that--and more--throwing himself fearlessly ... More >>