Plus: Reviews of Lifeline and That Beautiful Laugh.
Small-scale romance becomes big-scale musical.
"The saddest thing that could happen out of all of this is that we'd stop being friends. That's the worst-case scenario."
Two members of the Swell Season who broke up last summer continue to work together.
And it was all thanks to Abe Simpson's bucket list.
They should have to give the Oscar back.
Plus: Cloverfield way down at the box office!
When was the last time Keira Knightley had to convince as a love interest in the shackles of an unflattering haircut and a body-thwarting wardrobe?
At the sold-out Swell Season show at the Beacon Theatre last night, Frames front man and unlikely indie heartthrob Glen Hansard was ebullient over the success of the movie Once. “About a year ago we played to 70 people at Tonic,” he said. “And now we’re at the Beacon. Amazing.”