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Book Review: The Serpent’s Bite by Warren Adler

The Serpent's Bite is a taut, suspenseful tragedy that delves into the darkest taboos and evil parts of human nature. Read More »

The Dark Knight or “Missy the Missile”?

Tragedy or triumph? Who really wins? The Olympics as a part of a healing process. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Macbeth at the Antaeus Company

A superior production of Macbeth, directed by Jessica Zubzansky and double cast, opens at the Antaeus Company in residence at the Deaf West Theatre. Read More »

Book Review: The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson

What some consider art others consider a nuisance. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘King Lear’ with Derek Jacobi

Derek Jacobi (King Lear) and Pippa Bennett-Warner (Cordelia) in the Donmar Warehouse production of KING LEAR. Photo: John Persson

Directed by Michael Grandage, this lean and muscular staging sucks Shakespeare's most titanic tragedy down to its essence. Read More »

DVD Review: Crash of Flight 447

What happened on Flight 447--pilot error? Terrorist attack? Computer error? Mechanical failure? Read More »

DVD Review: John F Kennedy, Jr.: His Final Hours

JFK, Jr., was born, lived, and died in the headlines—“Final 24” examines his life and times. Read More »

Interview: Director Katherine M. Carter and Author KT Peterson of the New Musical 7:32

The director and author discuss their collaboration on a new dramatic musical about the Ashtabula railroad disaster of 1876. Read More »

DVD Review: John Belushi – His Final Hours

John Belushi, comic genius, was doomed by his excessive appetites for everything in life. Read More »

Theater Review (Buffalo, NY): Macbeth at the New Phoenix Theatre on the Park

A cozy and violent tragedy and a fine dose of Shakespeare. Read More »