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The actress, who got her start as James Dean's co-star, reflects on "Marjorie Prime," and remembering. [Read More]
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Kate Hamill has turned "Sense and Sensibility" and "Vanity Fair" into fast-paced romps. Now she tackles "Pride and Prejudice." [Read More]
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Hamed Sinno, lead singer of the band Mashrou' Leila, is teaching a class at New York University on the intersection of music and politics. [Read More]
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The children's-book author visits the scale model of New York, which plays a starring role in his novel "Wonderstruck." [Read More]
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Mark Rylance returns to Broadway in "Farinelli and the King," and "Angels in America" arrives from London. [Read More]
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The comedian stars in "Meteor Shower," a play by Steve Martin that combines marital friction and astronomical calamity. [Read More]
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Michael Schulman on the Academy's decision to expel the producer Harvey Weinstein over sexual-assault allegations—but not Roman Polanski, Bill Cosby, or Casey Affleck. [Read More]
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The actor had a busy theatre career before "Seinfeld." Now he's back, with "The Portuguese Kid." [Read More]
Michael Schulman on the reboot of the sitcom "Will & Grace," which brings the characters into the Trump era. [Read More]
Michael Schulman explores the risk-taking career of Glenn Close, who will appear at The New Yorker Festival, on October 6th. [Read More]
The searching roles of Carrie Coon. [Read More]
Released to critical pans in 1982, director Ridley Scott's neo-noir vision of a not-so-distant future where the line between man and machine has all but... [Read More]
The star of the alt-cabaret scene brings his impish humor to Joe's Pub in "Help! I'm Stuck." [Read More]
A tennis match that began as a publicity stunt became a referendum on women's lib. Now it's the subject of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris's... [Read More]
Magic Johnson's son was outed as gay by TMZ, then became a reality show star. All of 25, he is now embracing his role as... [Read More]
Michael Schulman writes a defense of the standing ovation at the conclusion of Broadway shows, a custom that some theatregoers have started to question. [Read More]
Michael Schulman on Michael Moore and the underlying tenderness that distinguishes his Broadway début, "The Terms of My Surrender." [Read More]
He's known for his salt-of-the-earth performance in "Babe," but this summer he's been in the news for his rabble-rousing. [Read More]
On Broadway, there's the gem-size "The Band's Visit" and the star-studded "Meteor Shower." Off Broadway, old is new with "Measure for Measure." [Read More]
The cultural, sexual and demographic melting pot of Provincetown finally unites the comedian and the director. [Read More]
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