The big guy's too small a part of his own movie.
Sneakers celebrates 20 years at 92Y Tribeca
A well made play by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, adapted from Henry James' 1880 novel Washington Square, The Heiress is back in a sturdy if not revelatory production. The play was last on Broadway in 1995, in a stunning revival starring Cherry Jones as Catherine Sloper, the shy plain Jane who's awakene ... More >>
A feeling of Damonlessness clouds a franchise
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
We will never own one of these. Whee, the 62nd Annual (Primetime!) Emmys have been announced. There aren't that many surprises: As usual, HBO rocks, as does Mad Men, True Blood, 30 Rock, Glee, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tina Fey. Losties may get another chance to see the objects of their affect ... More >>
Honoring America's visionaries and change-makers
The Greatest: a mourning-family turkey with all the trimmings What is the shape and size of a human soul? Does it look like a chickpea? A gumdrop? A pet rock? And if you could somehow extract your soul from your body, what would be left? Would you still be you? These are among the concerns taken u ... More >>
Doc remembers a persecuted screenwriter
Wong's first English-language foray is a minor confection
A conversation with Hong Kongs hottest director
Richard Nelson visits the ancient land of Tedium
Amnesiac-spy trilogy culminates in a thrilling Ultimatum
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
With grip and control, Ryan Gosling's done it again in this smart legal thriller
From porn to born again: Harron's reverent biopic contemplates its subject's essential innocence
Confessions of a Democratic Mind: George Clooney presses for freedom of the press
Foe McCarthy: Clooney's compact, conscientious paean to a bygone era of principles
Geopolitickin' and an East Asian invasion highlight the 43rd New York Film Festival
Fall brings hope of a brave New World and a historic Violence
The family romance turns homoerotic in Nelson's new play
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again
An Open Page
'Hoop Dreams' Director Steve James Rebounds With 'Stevie'
TFNA and CSC Take on Shakespeare's Human Invention
'The Believer' Makes the Long Pilgrimage to the Silver Screen
Losing the Plot at Sundance
Thirty-Three New York Theater Types Offer Up Their Favorite Productions From the 19992000 Season