Cockroach Theatre offers an interesting dark comedy in Anne Washburn's "Mr. Burns."
Thomas Pynchon's postmodern novels haven't been adapted into film until now, with Paul Thomas Anderson's direction and screenplay.
Would a Supreme Court victory for marriage equality be the end of our civil rights journey? Or is marriage only one crucial piece in a much larger puzzle? Michelangelo Signorile thinks it's the latter case, and in his new book he makes a compelling case.
Careful what you wish for. Jennifer Lopez may think all of her worries are over when "The Boy Next Door" moves in, but that's just the beginning of all her woes in this erotically charged thriller! You'll want to see how this one ends!
In "U Turn," noir is hell.
City Lit Theater closes both its 35th season and its five-year Civil War Sesquicentennial Project with Kristine Thatcher's "The Bloodhound Law."