A theater critic can tell you the real reason Macbeth is cursed. Of all Shakespeare’s great tragedies, this is the one that most often disappoints onstage. But on-screen it doesn’t have the same jinxed reputation.
Hillary and Salome: What do they have in common? They both got a bad rap. Strong women often do. Good news: We’ve just met these two in refreshing new takes, as if for the first time.
Yes, they can hear the actors, their motions — the pouring of a glass, the shot of a gun. And they’ve been going to live shows for a long time.
Are certain audience members unable to recognize that the figures onstage, whether acting or playing the violin, are not pixels but living, breathing humans capable of hearing and seeing what we in the audience are doing?
The Louisiana shootings took place almost three years to the day after 12 people were killed at a cinema in Aurora, Colorado.
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and the musical Fun Home dominated the 2015 Tony Awards on Sunday, both taking home five awards.
Double Falsehood, a play said to have been written by William Shakespeare but whose authorship has been disputed for close to three centuries, is almost certainly the work of the 16th-century poet and playwright, new research finds.
In the golden age of television, struggling playwrights and actors find jobs and paychecks working for shows like ‘House of Cards’ and ‘The Americans.’
By David Colker, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Martin Tahse, a stage and television producer best known for his work on “ABC Afterschool Specials” and other programs aimed at young audiences, died July 1 in a nursing home in Los Angeles. The cause was complications of Parkinson’s disease, said his friend, Michael Vodde. Tahse […]