John Malkovich plays Casanova, live mutant worms at the World Science Festival and David Hockney’s juggling video installation are among Muse weekend highlights.
Five feet tall and jowlier than Winston Churchill, Fiorello LaGuardia ruled New York City from 1934 to 1945.
One night in a seedy London neighborhood, a comet-like object plunges from the sky and crashes into a parked car, not far from where a nurse is being mugged by teenage hoodlums.
A sometimes spectacular, sometimes merely over-the-top Al Pacino stars as Shylock, the relentlessly insulted yet exploited moneylender called “the Jew” by his Christian tormentors.
“The Winter’s Tale” may be Shakespeare ’s hardest play to stage, but Michael Greif’s uneven direction at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, starless, mis- and undercast, makes the task seem harder still.