Three documentaries on cultural figures of near-religious obsession held center stage the first weekend of this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Two of them, Susan Lacy’s probing but self-contradictory "Jane Fonda in Five Acts" and Marina Zenovich’s...
One of the last films to star Robin Williams and an Unexpected end to the festival.
A brilliantly funny and well acted romp.
What have you seen so far?
There is nothing like South Pacific, in any form, at any time.
Near-explosive, joyous energy is the reason “Honeymoon” succeeds.
"Romeo and Juliet," now playing on Broadway, is immensely enjoyable.
A 75-minute tour-de-force of loving criticism for America and all it holds dear.
The audience is a feral beast that cannot be restrained in its manic applause.
One of the most delightful productions of any Shakespeare piece I’ve ever seen, and is close to perfect in every conceivable way.
Sweet, sad, and beautiful, the Second Stage Theater production of Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years (through May 18th at the Tony Kiser Theater) is irresistible in every sense of the word. ...
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