Wednesday, Dec. 13
Oliver Platt. Gabriel Byrne. Jennifer Connelly. Lili Taylor. Giancarlo Esposito. Tom Conti. Hope Davis. Bebe Neuwirth. Tom Everett Scott. Jennie Garth. Adam Goldberg.
You could assemble a pretty good feature-film cast with all of the unemployed or soon-to-be-unemployed television actors wandering around New York. That’s because the fall television season has Read More
At 7:30 on June 4, Gabriel Byrne stepped out of a black Town Car in front of Radio City Music Hall looking every bit as forlorn as the depressive drunk James Tyrone he’s been playing in A Moon For the Misbegotten . While the B-plus list celebrities, whom the American Theater Wing had rounded up Read More
And the envelope please! Here are my tips for this season’s Tony Awards in a number of major categories. The awards will be announced to a breathless nation on June 4 and, for a change, I shall be resisting my annual vaudevillian turn on the insanity of the entire proceedings. After all, it wasn’t too Read More
I’m beginning to think there may be something to the idea that Hollywood films contain satanic messages. But I’m not sure it’s a bad thing.
The thought first occurred to me after getting into a long discussion with a friend about the conflicting satanic subtexts of Angel Heart , a criminally underrated chiller, and a Read More
Wednesday, April 26
Ronald McDonald may be headed for the picket line. More than 130,000 members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists are expected to walk off the job on Monday, May 1. That includes more than 50,000 union actors in New York.
The dispute centers Read More
The new production of Eugene O’Neill’s A Moon for the Misbegotten at the Walter Kerr Theater is a wonderful achievement on every level, and I trust that in years to come those of us who saw it will proudly say, “We were there.” It is, quite simply, one of those nights at the theater that Read More