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LA Film Fest: Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

This year’s LA Film Fest, sponsored by Film Independent, continued to be a remarkable cultural achievement. But within its 10-day run there were highs and lows. Read More »

Book Review: Theater as Life: Practical Wisdom Drawn from Great Acting Teachers, Actors and Actresses by Paul Marcus and Gabriela Marcus

Theater as Life looks to the great acting teachers for real life lessons Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): November by David Mamet at the Mark Taper Forum

It's fun to see the actors try to get inside the foolishness in this new play about politics starring Ed Begley, Jr. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Vanya on 42nd Street – The Criterion Collection

Louis Malle's final film, a staging of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, is an intimate and fascinating work. Read More »

Book Review: The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture by David Mamet

The heart of this book has been enlarged through what is most succinctly defined as a political transformation. The spirit that emerges is patriotism. Read More »

David Mamet Converts

Mamet rejects liberalism and adopts the Right's agenda. How will this affect his art? Read More »

Book Review: Humor Me edited by Ian Frazier

Take a break from vampires, serial killers, and romance, and read a book that will keep you laughing, “Humor Me.” Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Race by David Mamet

Attack of the client from hell. Read More »

All-Star Cast of David Mamet’s New Play Race: Dishing the Broadway Dirt

Richard Thomas plays "a man in a suit who's in a lot of trouble" in David Mamet's upcoming premiere. Read More »

Theater (NYC): Oleanna with Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles

Would David Mamet's 1992 sexual harassment drama seem dated today? A 2009 New York audience decisively answered no. Read More »