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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Pillowman’ by Martin McDonagh

Kirk Gostkowski, Paul Terkel, and Deven Anderson in the Variations Theatre Groups' production of 'The Pillowman' by Martin McDonagh

Directed with concise assurance by Greg Cicchino and acted with stark focus by a fine cast, this production of McDonagh's police-state black comedy confronts head-on the story's ferocious flaying of what we like to think of as the benevolent and rational sides of our nature. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’ With Billy Crudup and Ezra Miller

Billy Crudup, 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'

What would you do if you were given authority over others and no one was monitoring your actions? Would you apply the golden rule? Of course you would, unless you had a hidden axe to grind and more power than you ever imagined you could have. Such is the case when a simulated prison experiment becomes a runaway train and no one seems to be at the controls which happened at Stanford University in 1971. Read More »