Thursday May 16
Talking Pictures: 'Virginia Woolf' is a 1960s emotional gem
Mike Nichols. This multi-talented director's earliest artistic efforts were as one part of the comedic duo Nichols and May.
Interview: Julianne Moore and Michael Angarano on The English Teacher
The most successful romantic pieces of literature often contend with themes of self-discovery and how characters can transform themselves to become better people.
Theater review: Lovely ballads, colorful cabaret in 'La Cage aux Folles'
Kenny Wayne Parrish as Zaza, and Dave Hanson as Georges in the Grand Theatre production of "La Cage aux Folles" The ebullient, optimistic and deceivingly simple compositions of Jerry Herman is the reason to see the Grand Theatre's production of "La Cage aux Folles." Most likely you're familiar with two of these three Jerry Herman musicals, either ... (more)
You May Never See Senior Project Like This One
Karl Aspelund and Michael Caizzi present their senior project in Barrington starting this weekend.
Nathan Lane Signed by Paradigm Agency
Deadline reports that Nathan Lane has just signed with the Paradigm agency where he will be represented by Sarah Fargo .
Big laughs, big hearts in 'Big Wedding'
If you could imagine an R-rated version of the poignantly warm-and-fuzzy TV series "Parenthood," that might come close to capturing the essence of Justin Zackham's Americanized remake of the French comedy "Mon Frere Se Marie" . More accurately, "The Big Wedding" merges two other American remakes of French comedies, 1989's "Cousins" and 1996's "The ... (more)
Mike Nichols in Talks to Helm One Last Thing Before I Go Adaptation
According to The Hollywood Reporter , the legendary director, who previously helmed CLOSER and CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR, is in talks to take on the film adaptation of Jonathan Tropper's novel ONE LAST THING BEFORE I GO .
Our Picks: Why Nathan Lane Should Be 'Best Actor' Nominee
Lane has a long and distinguished career as a comic actor in musicals and plays, and his role in "The Nance," to some extent, reflects his own history, according to an interview in The New York Times .