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  • 'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys

    'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys
    Reporting from New York The feel-good musical "Memphis" and the art world drama "Red" were among the biggest Tony Award winners on a night when both Hollywood and London cast long shadows over Broadway's 64th annual spring ritual. "Red," a two-character...
  • Critic's Notebook: Tonys celebrate commerce, not art

    Critic's Notebook: Tonys celebrate commerce, not art
    Awards should be aspirational, validating excellence and originality even though each and every one of us knows that commercialism rules the day. But far be it from the ever-insecure Tonys — the geeky glee club representative of the major...
  • Alfred Molina paints the town 'Red'

    Alfred Molina paints the town 'Red'
    When actor Alfred Molina got a call that Michael Grandage, artistic director of London's high-profile Donmar Warehouse, wanted to meet with him, he relished a session of gossip about London theater. But Grandage had a different agenda. Toward the end...
  • Class of 2009: Carey Mulligan in 'An Education'

    Class of 2009: Carey Mulligan in 'An Education'
    When British actress Carey Mulligan made her first trip to the Sundance Film Festival in January, she kept her hopes for her film "An Education" in check and looked at the journey as an adventure. But after the film was picked up -- in part because of...
  • Movie review: Nothing Like the Holidays -- 2 out of 5 stars

    Nothing Like the Holidays is a Kinko's copy of This Christmas, which was an African-American homage to The Family Stone. There's nothing new under the mistletoe in this warm but generic family-stressing-for-the-holidays dramedy. But solid writing and...
  • Who will win the Tony Awards: David Sheward makes brave early predictions

     
    Soon after the Tony Award nominations were announced, Gold Derby cornered one of Broadway's shrewdest gurus to get his take on who's out front to win: David Sheward, executive editor of Back Stage. Every year Sheward has one of the best track records...
  • Tony Awards nominations led by new works 'Fela!' and 'Red' and revivals of 'La Cage aux Folles' and 'Fences'

     
    "Fela!" -- a musical about Nigerian composer and activist Fela Kuti -- and "Red" -- a two-hander about abstract expressionist Mark Rothko -- lead the nominations announced Tuesday for the 64th annual Tony Awards. Winners will be announced on June 13 at...
  • Can 'Time Stands Still' defy the odds at the Tonys?

     
    Looks like Martin Denton (NYTheatre.com) expects a few sweeps at the Tony Awards. He foresees "Memphis" nabbing best musical, lead actress (Montego Gover), score, book and orchestrations. Among revivals, he says "La Cage aux Folles" and "Fences" will...
  • Maverick Tony Award predictions: Bet on 'American Idiot' and 'Red'

     
    You can always count on veteran Broadway scribe Leonard Jacobs for some jolting opinions, but he really comes out swinging with his Tony Award predictions that he shares with Gold Derby. Prevailing "wisdom" says best play will be "Next Fall" or "Time...
  • Alfred Molina classes up Taylor Lautner’s “Abduction”

     
    I'm hard pressed to think of a movie that the great character actor Alfred “Fred” Molina hasn't improved, merely by his presence. Check him out in Prince of Persia in a couple of weeks. He's mad-eyed comic relief, larger than life in that...
  • 'Red' and star Alfred Molina win gold from Drama League

     
    The Drama League has bestowed its prestigious performance prize on Tony nominee Alfred Molina for his portrayal of the abstract expressionist Mark Rothko in "Red." This transfer from London's Donmar Warehouse also won the best play award for John Logan....
  • Movie Review: Prince of Persia

     
    There are plenty of instances where Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time gives away its video game origins. The “prince,” played by Jake Gyllenhaal, scales walls and bounces over rooftops in novel ways any gamer will recognize. And he goes on a q...