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Michael Alan Connelly
Neil Simon’s 29 Plays and Four Musicals: A Guide to the Highs and Lows
A guide to the playwright’s body of work, which spanned nearly 50 years.
2013 tony awards
Tonys in Review: Broadway Gets Kinky
The ceremony featured its usual mix of wonderful performances and cringe-worthy moments.
Tonys in Review: A Big Year for Small Shows
Surprisingly, no love for the cast of
Death of a Salesman
or the revival of
Michael Emerson on the
“I don’t really have any work on the horizon, so I’d better get busy.”
The Latest Internet ‘Lost’ Theories
What will happen in Sunday’s two-and-a-half-hour finale?
’s 20 Most Pointless Episodes
Shockingly, they’re not all from season three.
Theories: Black and White
Catch up on the latest responses to this season’s most polarizing episode yet.
The Latest Internet
Our latest theory roundup questions MiB’s intentions, Lapidus’s death, and a few too many coincidences.
Get Off My Boat: The Latest Internet
Has Smokey really been behind all the ghost Christian appearances?
You’ve Got Liana On You: Latest
What is Desmond up to in L.A., exactly?
Desmond Delivers: The Latest Internet
Sadly, no one had theories about why he didn’t take his shirt off.
Human Trafficking: The Latest Online
Everyone’s relieved that Desmond is “the package,” but what does it mean?
To Hell and Back: The Latest Web
Sadly, no one figured out what brand of eyeliner Richard uses.
The Latest Internet
What’s the deal with Smokey and Widmore, anyway?
Choosing Sides: The Latest Theories on
Talk of zombies, wishes granted, and the return of Shannon.
The Name Game: The Latest Internet
What’s in a name? As this week’s installment of ‘Lost’ reminded us, a whole lot.
’s Michael Emerson on the New, Humbled Ben
“I hope the fans continue to love Ben, even though he’s in a state of cringing vulnerability.”
The Web’s Newest
Now that they’ve had two days to think about it, what can the Internet’s brainiest ‘Lost’ theorists tell us about the show’s final season?
What the Web Can Tell Us About the
The fifth season of ‘Lost’ ended, literally, with a bang, leaving obsessives more wildly speculative than ever about what the sixth one holds in store.
Bye Bye Birdie
’s Final Preview Inspires Stamos, Saget, and Rickles Comedy Routine
“Don?” Stamos called out again, looking defeated. “I’m too old for this!” Rickles cried back.
No Such Thing As a Stupid Question: More on the
A list of questions — some lingering, some brand-new — that we demand be answered.
Theories Galore: Whether Benjamin Linus Lives or Dies
The shooting and possible death of young Ben Linus has been like an Everlasting Gobstopper for fans.
Gird Your Loins:
Phantom of the Opera
What can we expect from such a ridiculous undertaking?
This Means War: Fresh
Theories on Ben, Widmore, and Locke
Can two neighboring islands be moving through time independent of each other?
Babies: A Comprehensive Guide to the Cuties
You may think that ‘Lost’ is about time travel, faith versus reason, life choices, or a battle to determine the fate of the world, but really, it’s all about the babies.
Anne Hathaway to Cross-dress in Central Park This Summer
There are signs of life in theater land.
Michael Emerson Warns: New Season of
to ‘Max Out the Degree of Complication’
Emerson also mentions “new notions of a time-space framework that will lead us to the final solution.”
Jorge Garcia on Why
’s Hurley Might Not Be So Crazy After All
“I don’t think the ghosts are solely coming from his brain.”
Elizabeth Mitchell on Juliet and Sawyer and the New Season of
“Juliet is an intellectual wrapped in the shell of a teenage girl.”
’s New Season: What Are the Internet Obsessives Saying?
Remember how Daniel Faraday couldn’t remember meeting Desmond? Some guy thinks he knows why!
First-Time Director Amy Redford on ‘The Guitar’ and the Unexpected Benefits of Nude Scenes
’I did very few takes; it was a very fluid process. It made it tough for the editor, but I bought him lots of wine.’