Kurt Gardner is an artist, marketer and lifetime devotee of films, especially those in the cult, independent, drive-in and just plain weird genres. His regular musings can be read at Weird Movie Village.
Sheila Callaghan's surreal 2005 drama receives an impressive revival at Theatre 68 in Hollywood.
J.M. Barrie's classic story gets the adult treatment in an enchanting production at Blank Theatre Company's 2nd Stage.
William Gibson's Tony award-winning 1959 classic receives a nicely-performed but complicatedly-staged revival in Hollywood.
Conor McMahon's spoof of the '80s slasher genre is a knowing parody that hits all the right marks.
Familiar incidents in the life of Marilyn Monroe are retold in this by-the-numbers comedy-drama.
Joe Weider dies at 93; his legacy lives on.
The legendary rocker lives again in an extraordinarily entertaining musical show.
Irvine Welsh's cult novel receives an energetic revival in Hollywood from seat of your pants Productions.
Mike Daisey's controversial monologue receives a makeover in Theatre Asylum's new production.
The production is fine but the content is flat in this portrait of the groundbreaking playwright.