Hours after “The Testament of Mary” received a Tony nomination for Best Play of the 2012-13 season, the producers announced that the one-woman show will close this weekend following just 16 performances.
Alec Baldwin’s name on the marquee of a Broadway or off-Broadway theater once gave the assurance of a performance bristling with virility and charisma.
Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average gained, capping its best back-to-back quarterly performance since 1972, when “The Godfather” hit the screens and Atari Inc. introduced its “Pong” video game.
Al Pacino sparked collective hysteria last night at the Venice Film Festival, as he picked up a lifetime achievement award and screened his personal tribute to Oscar Wilde.
“Top of the Lake” is every bit as harsh, eccentric and spellbinding as G.J., the witch-haired mystic-feminist that Holly Hunter plays in it.
Film and sometime stage star Al Pacino is being paid a minimum of $125,000 a week for playing washed-up real estate huckster Shelly Levene on Broadway in “Glengarry Glen Ross.”
Here’s a cautionary tale of two shows and the growing disconnect between Broadway and its patrons.
To paraphrase that Middle Earth golden oldie, the road goes ever on and on -- and then on some more -- in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
You still have time to fall in love with some new bands: It’s the last day of the annual CMJ Music Marathon, which this year brought 1,300 performances to New York City.
Barry Levinson , whose Oscar-winning “Rain Man” showed a pair of sparring brothers, is soon to focus on a father-son relationship.
"Glengarry Glen Ross."
- Al Pacino on Nov 06, 2012