“I’ve often hoped that St. Valentine’s martyrdom was a particularly grisly one,” Mr. Mays quipped. “This year, I think I’ll celebrate by being murdered eight times by Bryce Pinkham, then go home to my darling wife and dog.” Read More
Last time Katie Holmes was on Broadway, in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, she was the lowest-wattage member of an ensemble that included Dianne Wiest, John Lithgow, and Patrick Wilson.
My, how things change!
The disappointing new musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, adapted from the 1988 movie about two con men in the South of France, left me cold, I’m afraid. On the other hand, everyone was roaring with laughter around me at some of the worst gags in history, and they weren’t apologetic about that.
Permit me to be Read More