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  • At 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' ... Pain, laid bare, and then 'ring, ring'

     
    “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” at Steppenwolf Theatre | REVIEW stars Carrie Coon, ensemble member Tracy Letts, Madison Dirks and ensemble member Amy Morton. LEAVE A COMMENT: Have you experienced a cell phone-related disruption in the theater?...
  • 29 literary films to fill your holidays [Updated]

     
    A list of 29 top literary films, from 1982 to 2010....
  • HBO yanks 'In Treatment' after three seasons

     
    HBO pulls the plug on "In Treatment"...
  • Gregory Peck's "To Kill a Mockingbird" specs shine on a stamp, and in a fundraiser for the Los Angeles Public Library

     
    It's been 50 years since Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. In 1963, Gregory Peck won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of lawyer Atticus Finch, in the movie adaptation released the previous......
  • Neil LaBute to give us his take on Agatha Christie

     
    The Agatha Christie novel “The Crooked House,” scripted by “Gosford Park” writer Julian Fellowes, will be a serious step out of his comfort zone for playwright and director Neil LaBute. “I have always liked whodunnits,”...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Brendan Gleeson on the end of Harry Potter, and his directing debut

     
    The great Irish character actor Brendan Gleeson gives a breakout performance in “The Guard,” John Michael McDonagh's scandalously funny and politically incorrect cop buddy picture that pairs Gleeson's cynical, corrupt old member of The Garda...
  • After 15 years, 'Riverdance' continues to kick up a storm

    After 15 years, 'Riverdance' continues to kick up a storm
    Perfectly timed for St. Patrick's Day, "Riverdance," the spectacular display of Irish folk dance, speckled with the arts of a few other ethnicities in its mix, returns for what's billed as its farewell visit, on view through Sunday at the Oriental...
  • Pipe Dreams

    "The question you're always asked is, 'Is opera still relevant?' " says handsome young tenor on the rise Joseph Kaiser. Despite his amiable temperament, he seems peeved by the frequently posed query. And why not? Singers like Kaiser and star baritone...
  • Golden Globes nominations unveiled

    Golden Globes nominations unveiled
    "Slumdog Millionaire," a modern-day fable about an orphan from Mumbai who ends up on a television game show, is shaping up to be this movie season's Cinderella story. At one point, it seemed poised to go straight to DVD after its original studio,...
  • And the Golden Globe winner is...

    And the Golden Globe winner is...
    It was a night for underdogs. "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its Cinderella ways at the 66th annual Golden Globe awards tonight, winning four statuettes: dramatic film, director for Danny Boyle, original score for A.R. Rahman and screenplay for Simon...
  • Tony Soprano and those other tough guys are muscled out

    Tony Soprano and those other tough guys are muscled out
    Somewhere, in a prop warehouse owned by HBO, there is a big pile of guns. Dusty, unused, bewildered perhaps by their strange and sudden obsolescence, they can only wait and wonder why premium subscriber television, a business they created, built by God...
  • 2007 Kurt Angerer Grüner Veltliner 'Kies'

    2007 Kurt Angerer Grüner Veltliner 'Kies'
    Bring a bottle of this Grüner Veltliner to a dinner party and guaranteed it won't disappear without anybody noticing it, the way an oaky Chardonnay or an indifferent Sauvignon Blanc might. Racy and full of life, the 2007 Kurt Angerer "Kies" has the...