Fire bad, movie not so great, either.
A rough and inevitably incomplete guide to the taxonomy of spoilers
Rattlestick hosts a drug-themed play by Dael Orlandersmith
It was inevitable that gay marriage should come to the legit stage, so in this week's column, I talk about the result: Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, an evening of short works with a rotating cast including Mark Consuelos, who plays a gay whose mother is pressuring him to ge ... More >>
Back with an update but the same sensibility, the director shows us that happiness is a state of mind
Alan Rickman helms a blast of Swedish vitriol
But we'll explain him anyway
LaBute's stimulating latest; Jill Hennessy in the Lymelife.
Smarter and bawdier than your average boys-to-men movie
Some get a decade; we get a moment
Desplechin's double-jointed narratives in first U.S. retro
Dr. Awkward: Solondz's universe remains static and schematic, backward and forward
Novelist Douglas Coupland's high lonesome
Gotham girls roller derby gets dirty; minimal techno heads uptown
Indie film directors invade the TV screen
In the midst of global dimming, the theater could offer a few bright spots
Indie Mormon Cinema Attempts a Mainstream Conversion
'Hoop Dreams' Director Steve James Rebounds With 'Stevie'
The Influence of Anxiety
Young Directors Take Charge
French Tries, by Romanian Eugene Ionesco, Come Alive
The Rise and Fall of an Indie Empire
It's Boom Time at the Columbia, Juilliard, and NYU Playwriting Programs
Indie goddess keeps her eye on offbeat fare.