Articles Tagged 'Paul Hechinger'

Eddie Izzard Ends His ‘Race’ on the Great White Way

Anglophenia contributor Paul Hechinger looks at comedian Eddie Izzard‘s headlining stint in David Mamet‘s Race, which ends August 21st on Broadway. Eddie Izzard is just finishing up a fascinating run in David Mamet‘s Race, playing a defense attorney in a controversial rape case. Izzard took over the role from James Spader, who’s made a career […]

Fancy a Bit of BFC (British Fried Chicken)?

by Paul Hechinger Cheap London grub isn’t limited to fish ‘n’ chip shops, curries and kebabs, pub dishes, and international fast-food chains. Guest-blogger Paul Hechinger looks into the finger-lickin’ phenomenon of British fried chicken. – KW Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie is the result of an obsession that led graphic designer Siaron Hughes to photograph […]

Steampunk’d at BookExpo

Anglophenia guest-blogger Paul Hechinger is back with more from last week’s BookExpo America. This time, he reports on the majorly hot literary “genre,” Steam Punk, which was explored in a panel at the convention. First, what is it, and why has it enjoyed such a resurgence in recent years? And which hit BBC AMERICA series […]

Sarah Ferguson Pokes Fun at Scandal at BookExpo

    Anglophenia guest-blogger Paul Hechinger attended Book Expo America this week. The event, which is known to be the largest publishing event in North America, was held here in New York. BEA isn’t usually fodder for the paparazzi, but an appearance from Sarah Ferguson – fresh off her recent scandal – made this year’s […]

Shakespeare Gone Wild!

Guest blogger Paul Hechinger has returned with a new post. This week, he takes us inside the world of Shakespeare in the Park. But this isn’t your grandfather’s Shakespeare. Not even your great-grandfather’s, actually. A new festival in New York’s Central Park attempts to capture the freewheelin’ spirit of Shakespeare’s original productions. And now, a […]

Crowe Brings Star Power, Drama to Robin Hood Press Tour

  Hey Anglophenia readers: let me introduce you to our new guest blogger, Paul Hechinger. He is a longtime journalist and producer, with credits from The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, Time Magazine, National Public Radio, CourtTV, ABC News, MSNBC, and Dow Jones Television to his name. His love of film and literature will make him a fine […]