Matthew Weiner's 'The Romanoffs' a not so golden Amazon echo of TV's first golden age
Matthew Weiner's "The Romanoffs" had the artistic freedom of "House of Cards" — but it doesn't come close to it in execution.
Rep Stage closes 25th season with volatile Sam Shepard play 'True West'
Rep Stage, the professional theater company in residence at Howard Community College, wraps up its 25th anniversary season with a strong production of Sam Shepard's gritty "True West."
Rep Stage wraps with wild 'West'
A preview story of Rep Stage's upcoming production of "True West" opening April 26 and running through May 13.
Profile, Poetry, and Prose from Writers in Baltimore Schools
This year, Lisa Snowden-McCray and I attended two days of Writers in Baltimore Schools’ Summer Writers’ Studio (aka camp) outside Frederick to work with...
Roughly Speaking podcast: Peter Schmuck on Orioles, Ravens and Kaepernick; DeLibero on Sam Shepard (episode 282)
Sports columnist Peter Schmuck and film critic Linda DeLibero join Dan on the podcast.
Rep Stage to premiere play about Baltimore's famed Cone sisters during 25th anniversary season
A new play about the art-collecting Cone Sisters of Baltimore and 20th century American works will be the focus of Rep Stage's 25th anniversary season.
Single Carrot Theatre opens 10th season with imaginative staging of 'Savage/Love'
Single Carrot Theatre opens its 10th season with an imaginative staging of "Savage/Love" by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin.
Clicking and Streaming: Netflix Original Series 'Bloodline' brings Faulknerian modernism to television
"Paris, Texas," Directed by Wim Wenders
Mixing the light and the dark
Oscar-striving performances can't save a so-so script
Best on Baltimore stages in 2013
The arts world tends to think in terms of September-to-June seasons, rather than calendar years, but it's still fun to look back on the past 12 months and relive the performances that offered extra satisfaction.
Film Review: 'Out of the Furnace' rusted over
With three short plays, Acme Corporation explores space and the body
Everyman's Lancisi begins the next act
Against daunting odds, Everyman Theatre founder launched a local theater troupe and helped revitalize a neighborhood
Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, March 4, 2012
Showtimes listed are for Sunday, March 4, only.
Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, Feb. 26, 2012
Showtimes listed are for Sunday, Feb. 26, only.
Our 10th annual fake Oscars
Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, Feb. 12, 2012
Charlie Chaplin, Journey 2, Safe House, Star Wars, This Means War, The Vow, and The Wages of Fear
Many of the best films in the western genre bear an elegiac quality
Swiftpicks 10 things not to miss from A & E Editor Tim Swift
Gina on the mind after intriguing, bleak 'Lie'
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
New season, new challenge
World, regional premieres in new Rep Stage season
Jessica Lange is back, if only for a moment
Areluctant spokesman, in his own words
Wim Wenders takes on American West again
'Knocking' begins well but wanders off
You can go to Broadway, or stay in Annapolis, to see 1960s revival
Some of 'The Durangs' work, and some don't
Critical Mass Overall, stage is strong despite some losses; Theater
The curious get a peek Tour: Precisely 576 people paid $10 to indulge in yesterday's "Holiday House Tour of Federal Hill and Otterbein."
Spotlighters 'Starving Class' wants for nothing
'Lone Star' pinned on race, law, change Director John Sayles gracefully fills a small Texas town with some of society's biggest issues.
Wilson, McNally at the head of the line Dramas: 'Seven Guitars' and 'Master Class' are the top contenders for the best new play award.
'Streets' aims for the heart TV preview: It's bloody and bleak, but writing, acting make 'Laredo' very good viewing.
Willis' roller coaster is on top again
Film Forum sails out of the mainstream to explore the indies
Wolfe is opening doors to theater of a new century
Devoted mom wary of mom pigeon-hole
'Safe Passage' is an artificial parade of troubles
Everyman Theatre gives added menace to 'Buried Child'
A COMMUNITY theater can be a great...
Arts medal goes to Young Audiences