Orphans is the 1983 seriocomedy about two brothers (or "Dead-End kids," as they're affectionately called) who bond with the gangster one of them has kidnapped, making for an unholy but kind of darkly charming dysfunctional family. Lyle Kessler's play seems to borrow tones from Pinter, Orton, Mamet, ... More >>
They're having a wild old time backstage at one of the dramas on the Great White Way (but I don't envy the director).
Let me explain.
Shia LaBeouf was recently fired from the Broadway production of the play Orphans because of "creative differences" and was replaced by Ben Foster.
Supposedly Shia ... More >>
Yesterday, it was announced that Shia LeBeouf was leaving the production of Orphans because of the fabled "creative differences" reason.
In other words, "Please leave. It ain't working. You got creative differences with that? Sorry!"
A Hollywood Reporter investigation reveals that director Daniel ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today, Graham Rayman tells a sordid story of sex, power, and text messaging involving a Palisades Interstate Parkway police officer's relationship with a Brooklyn woman, writing: "During the course of her interaction with the Palisades cops in 2010, she had an affair with ... More >>
While the artist lofts on Kent St. in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn were buzzing with police activity this morning, their neighbors at the similar loft spaces on McKibbin St. had an unrelated run-in with the law yesterday. As part of the FBI raids that resulted in 16 arrests nationwide ... More >>