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Hartford CourantNational Theatre Live — those terrific HD live broadcasts from London’s National Theatre to movie houses around the world, including Connecticut — has a hot lineup, ahead, including Olivier Award winners and nominees. It certainly...
VarietyIndhu Rubasingham's opening season at the Tricycle Theater encompasses two world preems and two revivals, all with a distinctly American flavor. Rubasingham herself, in her first season at the head of the Tricycle -- the London company that bowed the...
Zap2It.comThe broadcast networks have pretty well set their lineups for the fall, but two of them aren't quite ready to let go of some of the pilots they made earlier this year. ABC and FOX -- along with their corporately related studios -- have each extended...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 20, 1998 If, as it's been said, the mark of a music lover is the ability to hear Rossini's William Tell Overture without thinking of the Lone Ranger, so the mark of a cineaste is being able to watch John Travolta and Emma Thompson in...
Special To The TimesInsistently eccentric and predictably coincidental, "Born Romantic" is one of those multi-character romantic carousels the British like to construct around any stray group of incredibly talented actors ("Wonderland" and "Four Weddings and a Funeral" being...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 9, 2000 Writing musical theater was not an option for William Shakespeare, but Kenneth Branagh hasn't let that trouble him. He's turned Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" into a 1930s-style romantic musical comedy, garnished with retro...
Times Staff Writer"Dust" is a bust, a big bad movie of the scope, ambition and bravura that could be made only by a talented filmmaker run amok. Macedonian-born, New York-based Milcho Manchevski, whose first film was the elegiac 1994 "Before the Rain," attempts a Middle...
Tags: Atom Egoyan, Macedonia, Movies, David Wenham, Cinema Industry
Peter Brook's production of "The Tragedy of Hamlet" has arrived for its much-anticipated engagement at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; and, on the whole, it is a world-class misfire by a world-class director. In its central role, it has, in Adrian Lester,...
Special to the TribuneThis time last year, ever-cautious Chicagoans had questions on their mind. Could Mel Books still write musical numbers? Was Matthew Broderick really a singer? Are gags about Nazis, impecunious impresarios and angelic little old ladies still funny in...
NewsdayFor every married couple who have struggled without success to conceive a baby, there are dozens of well-wishers standing by, praying and kvetching. If the value of a film could be measured purely by the number of lives it spoke to, then "Maybe Baby"...
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