Shakespeare gets an honorary green card
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
[Spoiler alert: This feature contains many details about the film Inside Llewyn Davis.] I was married to and managed Dave Van Ronk, the folksinger whose memoir spurred the Coen brothers' new movie, Inside Llewyn Davis. David and I were together from fall 1957 to fall 1968 and had been married for s ... More >>
A new Coen brothers movie and Folkways box set shed light on artist's storied career
The playwright heads backstage with Bellini
The Master is the eagerly awaited Paul Thomas Anderson film about a man (played by Philip Seymour Hoffman) who starts a cult-like religion in the 1950s. Sound like anyone, maybe with the first initial L.? Well, Hoffman says this movie has nothing whatsoever to do with Scientology.
F. Murray Abraham embodies Brecht's complex, compromising hero at CSC
The best of the 2010-2011 Off-Broadway theater season
The best of the Off-Broadway season
This just in. . . LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD René Buch and Repertorio Español BEST NEW AMERICAN PLAY Kristoffer Diaz, The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (includes $1,000 prize)
From undervalued plays and underfunded companies, 10 years of freewheeling joy
Ethan Coen explores cubicle hell
Mamet draws big laughs, Inge draws some tears, Ethan Coen draws a blank
Whether new plays or revivals, Broadway shows seem to be singing familiar tunes
Barabas gets his revenge in a rollicking new production
Talking to Theater for a New Audience about restaging anti-Semitic classics
New artistic director gives the classics a religious makeover
Definitely honor-free will be Joseph Fiennes for Shakespeare (sorry, but the Bard didn't look like Rob Lowe).
It's a Good Time To Stay Off-Broadway Even on CD