Neil LaBute is back — and strikes back, too.
Lots of TV pros.
"I’d work with Nic [Cage] again in a heartbeat."
It's a return to stripped-down indie form.
Busy day for Seth Cohen.
Two new plays, 'The Coward' and 'Break of Noon,' embrace the tradition of lilly-liveredness.
He'll co-star in a new production of Neil LaBute's 'Fat Pig.'
Just sitting around, watching viral videos with Amy Sedaris...
How Drew Barrymore unwinds.
Plus: Joel McHale to join Anna Faris in 'Number.'
It's pretty much the same.
Plus: Neil LaBute! Rosario Dawson! Hotels!
From next week's magazine, reviews of 'Rock of Ages,' 'Reasons to Be Pretty,' and 'Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them.'
Plus: 'Ghost: The Musical'!
Plus: Ricky Gervais explains the difference between him and Brad Pitt.
Was he just looking for a cash-in between theater projects? Why didn't he make a good one?
Plus: Stephin Merritt's Neil Gaiman musical is ready for the stage.
It's been worse; on the set of 'Dan in Real Life,' a makeup artist put Whitestrips on Pill's teeth without a word.
'Apparently with a new play the writer is often around a lot, but for me I was like, 'Oh my gosh! We can e-mail him and ask him questions anytime we want? Really?''
Plus: Oasis race the clock!