A movie theater outside Los Angeles reportedly showed a trailer for Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” that featured disgraced actor Kevin Spacey — after he was booted from the film entirely. Moviegoers told Deadline Hollywood that the trailer included Spacey, who was replaced with Christopher Plummer after sexual assault allegations against the…
Let’s salute a few showbiz folks who took their final bows this year. Several were Broadway fixtures, while others found fame on TV or in Hollywood but couldn’t resist the lure of the stage. Mary Tyler Moore, who died in January, had a scarring experience in the 1966 musical “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” which closed before…
No one suffered more for their art than the castrati, the men whose heavenly high voices cost them part of their manhood. Among the most famous of their ranks was the 18th-century Italian known as Farinelli, the Pavarotti of his day. So enthralled was Queen Isabella with his voice that she took him home to…
A volcano about to erupt sends Bikini Bottom residents scurrying — and SpongeBob SquarePants into hero mode in the new Broadway musical.
A storm-ravaged island setting adds resonance to Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s 1990 musical fable.
It was a bit of a miracle that the cult favorite movie mocking series Mystery Science Theater 3000 ended up finding a new home at Netflix after a successful crowdfunding campaign paid for an entire season of new episodes 18 years after the series had ended. The series revival brought comedian Jonah Ray on board […]
The second season of ‘The Return’ will be back in the “not-too-distant future.” read more
Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play about a girls soccer team scores again.
“Peter Pan” gets old fast in the Bedlam Theater Company’s confounding adaptation.
Richard Nelson’s new play about a New York arts institution leaves you hungry.
Snap out of it, writers! The Donald Trump references are so tired it’s not funny.
The star of the Roundabout revival of J.B. Priestley’s 1937 play is an eloquent set that underscores its themes about life and time.
Michael McGrath, reportedly wears a fat suit as Ralph, and the musical is uncomfortably wedged into one as well.
Classic Stage Company’s revival of Shakespeare’s popular rom-com fails to make much of an impression.
Marian Seldes was beloved: an elegant, talented, wonderfully eccentric actress and teacher whose students included Christopher Reeve, Patti LuPone and Kevin Spacey. She died in 2014, at 86. Now a new documentary about her, “Marian,” is causing consternation in the theater world. People who’ve seen it say it’s a horrific, intrusive depiction of her slide…
Fine writing and feel-real dialogue exert an insistent tug in a story of a single mother caring for her chronically sick child.
You won’t find a fitter, tighter, more fat-free group of actors than the one in Off-Broadway’s jacked-up “A Clockwork Orange.”
Here’s everything to see and listen to on NYC’s stages this fall. Theater Even in a season when The Boss comes to town — “Springsteen on Broadway” (previews Oct. 3, Walter Kerr) — it’s always nice when beloved old shows come alive again. Look no further than Bette Midler’s “Hello, Dolly!” to see what happens…
Philip Dawkins seizes inspiration from a real-life transgender icon in the latest play presented by MCC Theater.