Spring is here! Rejoice! Do a happy dance! Or at least do something to celebrate that winter is finally over. So, it's still sort of cold out, but you can't always get what you want. What we can offer you is a slew of awesome-yeah-it's-spring! events, including a free bike maintenance workshop in Gr ... More >>
Black Widow steams up the screen at IFC
And speak clearly when you answer me! Don't you love the way Patti LuPone talks? I feel it's clipped and expressive and distinctive--the sign of a real star. Her speaking style is anything but generic. It's very Patti, extremely individual, and brimming with character. But a recent review of the ... More >>
On Broadway, that is. The playwright offers up his newest.
"Bring on some original dramas already!" we pundits always cry, desperate for new blood in the midst of the endless barrage of revivals and tourist shows. But this season, that's led to some insubstantial fare like the religious drama Grace, the porn comedy The Performers, and the unpersuasive sat ... More >>
In David Mamet's imminent play The Anarchist, Patti LuPone plays the incarcerated title character, trying to swing some favors from warden Debra Winger. But in real life, they love each other, even after four whole days of rehearsal. The great actresses met us at a press event today, and bestowed ... More >>
Talking with the smart Jeff Daniels and plotting our Tonys revenge.
If he makes good on his "I'm just crazy enough to do this" threat, Bob Kerrey wouldn't be the first famous guy to run for mayor of New York. Teddy Roosevelt did. So did one of the founders of The Village Voice, Norman Mailer. They both lost. If Kerrey decides to run, or even if he just takes a few ... More >>
An Antiwar Institution Agonizes Over a President Who Killed Unarmed Vietnamese Civilians