Frank Langella leaps for the flamboyant bits in a Rattigan revival
No, it's not about NAMBLA. Shut up. It's a 1961 Terence Rattigan play set in the Village in 1934, about a Ponzi schemer and all-around fraud who uses his son as a pawn against his gay financial opponent, whom he calls "that silly, pink-faced old fairy!"
Brits Off Broadway enters admissable evidence
Studio bosses and talent come to blows in L.A. New York's indie film industry gets caught in the crossfire
Howard's Professor of Desire; O'Hara Gets Skittish