We know Sunday is a day for lounging around in your borough of choice and taking things easy, but this week, you should probably consider exiting city limits and heading over to Huntington to catch Weezer at the Paramount. After the band's 21-year career, it's easy to take the L.A. quartet for grant ... More >>
Summer 2013 was a strong season for that oft-maligned genre, the romantic comedy. Excellent films like The Spectacular Now and Drinking Buddies for the most part avoided rom-com cliches, and reinventions like Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing made timeless story lines seem fresh. Still other on-s ... More >>
Going down stairs, around corners, and through splintery old doorways.
You'll swear they're father/son, not astral twins. You'll feel sure there's been a mistake, a typo, some surgery. Without saying which one looks like the older of the two, let me simply present some star duos who you might be surprised were born in the very same year.
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
He just sapped it of its superpower.
Better-than-elementary Holmes; Mamet morphs into Neil Simon.
Friday night, after we scored a couple of tickets to the star-studded new production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, we were looking forward to elbowing our way past a mob of Guy Fawkes impersonators picketing the Schoenfeld Theater. A small force of representatives from the local Anonymous movemen ... More >>
Your friends and neighbors, and Samuel L. Jackson
Katie Holmes makes her Broadway debut
Serrano talks about his No. 2 project. Plus fruits and oranges, and Mr. Gay Philadelphia.
I talked to Dancy, but Christian bailed. Paris Hilton got out, too.
Chick-flick genre to Evening: Why you gotta make us look bad?
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Secrets and lies in a contradictory tale of suburban adultery and parental neglect
Thank hell for little girls: Jailbait revenge fantasy is guilty pleasure, then pure torture
The saddest musical in the world: A Lloyd Webber revival that proves the show musn't go on
The Theaters a Seedy Business This Year, CD-er Than Ever