I was recently seated at the theater, about to see a show, when down the aisle came another patron, who stopped to greet me. "Thank you for liking my play," he said, graciously.
Lydia R. Diamond's battling-family play debuts at the Cort
Move over, Addams Family. The most intriguingly dysfunctional clan in town is now the one in Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities, in which a tell-all book manuscript surfacing at Christmastime puts the hell back in holidays.
Jon Robin Baitz heads to Palm Springs for his new play
A family battles over a memoir
A guide to winter plays
The last year in Broadway theater saw the appearances of names like Scarlett Johansson and Catherine Zeta-Jones not just on stages, but in the same award categories as their Loyal-to-New-York-Theater co-stars. The trending caused our own lead theater critic Michael Feingold to pen an epic scr ... More >>
The 2009 Tribeca Film Festival just announced its juries, and although they've included almost everyone you've ever heard of (Andre Leon Talley! Mary-Kate Olsen! Rachel Maddow!) from every corner of the entertainment industry (daytime television WHAT UP!), founder Robert De Niro has made a possibly ... More >>
. . . Mama Earth, that is
The Overwhelming and Black Watch prove that combat is hell anywhere
Baitz's Paris Letter shows what happens when long-cooped-up emotions get a little scope
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again
Queasy Riders Remember Old Glories
Where Genius And Problem Case Meet
One Woman in Her Time Played Many Parts