Articles Tagged 'Theater'

(L-R) John Sanders, Barrett Doss, Andy Karl and Rebecca Faulkenberry perform onstage at the “Groundhog Day” Broadway Opening Night at August Wilson Theatre on April 17, 2017 in New York City.

10 Plays You Need to See at the Theater This Year

It’s the 71st Tony Awards on Sunday night (June 11), a ceremony so lavish and life-affirming it always leads us to make an annual pledge: to ditch the TV once in a while and go outside to watch live theater instead. But which shows? And where? And what about our favorite stars? Never fear. Anglophenia is here! […]

BAFTA New York With Tribeca Shortlist Hosts “In Conversation With David Tennant”

David Tennant Returns to Theater as Modern-Day Don Juan

David Tennant has mastered a range of genres, including sci-fi (cough, cough, obviously), thriller, drama, family, superhero, comedy — and according to playwright and director Patrick Marber, we’re about to see him like we’ve never seen him before… did your interest level just skyrocket? Yes, ours, too! Tennant isn’t new to the stage, having gotten his start […]

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Awaiting the Tonys, No Anxiety of Influence for Jez Butterworth

Jez Butterworth, whose comic drama Jerusalem is up for a Tony award for best play tonight, stopped by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York yesterday afternoon. The British playwright said that he’d written the play in New York while he was producing the movie Fair Game, about the Valerie Plame affair, starring […]

Angela Lansbury on ‘Manchurian Candidate’ and Elusive Film Stardom

At a recent screening of The Manchurian Candidate, Angela Lansbury spoke about what she termed her “unrequited movie career.” Lansbury, 85, told a packed audience that she’s an actress, not a movie star, and although she says she doesn’t regret it, she didn’t seem entirely happy about it, either. “I know that I missed out […]