Decades ago, a prize was won. Its winners have reveled since in their triumph. In the here and now, though, the victory is revealed to be hollow, and the victors still celebrating it, empty.
This is the crux of That Championship Season, which debuted at Joseph Papp’s Public Theater in 1972, was transferred to Broadway Read More
Cy Vance doesn’t usually go to watch live comedy, but Monday, Aug. 10, was an exception.
“I’m not a person who goes to comedy clubs all the time, but we knew this was a good opportunity to get laughed at and to laugh at ourselves,” Mr. Vance, who is Robert Morgenthau’s handpicked candidate to succeed Read More
Wednesday, May 30
TV is a nasty, nasty business. It will pick you up, stick your pretty mug in the pages of magazines and then promptly toss you into the gutter, giving you a swift kick just to make sure you’re down.
Ask Jim Gaffigan. The tall, blond-haired, bespectacled comedian from Indiana struck Read More
People are always telling Jim Gaffigan, a 33-year-old actor and comedian, that he reminds them of someone else.
“I’ve always been compared with people,” he said. “Every little indie movie I do, halfway through the shooting, somebody will be like, ‘You know, you remind me of Phil Hoffman a lot .’ And Read More