Gaming magnate Steve Wynn doesn’t shy away from a fight. In Foxborough, Massachusetts, the founder of Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts Ltd. has been working hard to get a $1 billion casino built. He’s sent a video pitch, bought full-page newspaper ads, and sent canvassers door-to-door to persuade residents to support the project.
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker had little to recommend them as citizens worthy of a Broadway musical. They killed anyone who got in their way during a bank- robbing spree around the Midwest in the heart of the Great Depression.
A U.S. House investigations subcommittee ended a third hearing into the collapse of MF Global Holdings Ltd. with the same problem they had four months ago: No answers from the woman said to have the most information about what happened to $1.6 billion in missing client money.
Jarring thumps and an unnatural, sickly-colored sky are upending the high-priced calm of cocktail hour in a wealthy Connecticut enclave at the start of “Dreams of Flying Dreams of Falling,” Adam Rapp’s extraordinary, unsettling new play at the Atlantic Theater Company in Manhattan.