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Ron Athey Still Bleeds for You
The provocateur returns to Performance Space New York and loses his head.
Narcissister’s Documentary About Her Pornographic Performance Art and Her Mother
The masked gender provocateur reveals the poignant family story behind her subversive practice.
Is the First AIDS Film Where the Group Is the Hero
Such a film about the epidemic has never been made, nor perhaps ever will be made, in the United States.
Jesse Eisenberg on His New Play
“In this new play, I set out to create a character that does horrible things but whom I can relate to.”
Cut Copy Cops to the Eighties Sound of Their New Album,
The single “Take Me Over” certainly sounds like a melding of Men at Work and Fleetwood Mac.
Joel Schumacher on Objectifying Chace Crawford
“I do objectify people sexually in my movies. Where’s the harm? They still have to act.”
House of the Devil
’s Mary Woronov on Her Wild Days at Warhol’s Factory and Camp Versus Method
“You have to understand how high we were.”
Rufus on Albert Maysles and His Concert Movie
“I always find myself buying porn and checking out the shop boys at American Apparel.”
Tommy Tune Teaches Vulture How to Tap
The Broadway legend on his new one-man show, ‘Steps in Time.’
In the Heights
’s Justina Machado on Salsa, Sotomayor, and Her New CBS Show
“I saw somebody get kicked in the head the other day on stage!”
Michael Urie on Playing an Activist and Assistant on
Urie speaks to us about his character’s future on ‘Betty’ and why he’s so private about certain issues.
West Side Story
’s Karen Olivo on Her Tony Nomination and Surviving Her Choreography
“I can only assume I’m wearing away the cartilage in my knees, being in heels and doing this really strenuous dancing. I don’t just pop out of bed anymore.”
Parker Posey Goes Into Detail About ‘Throwing Off the Hump’
Get your minds out of the gutter, it’s not a sex thing … or is it?
Jane Alexander on Snoring Through
and Simulating Sex in
Tell Me You Love Me
“But let’s make everything clear. Our union, SAG, does not allow us to have real sex.”
Love Liza, But Only From Afar
Watch the video to see what happens when reporter Tim Murphy tries to get into Liza’s dressing room.
Documentarian Andrew Jacobs on Partying With Holocaust Survivors at the ‘Four Seasons Lodge’
’Who needs another depressing Holocaust movie?’
Rosemarie DeWitt on Playing Mean Sisters With Anne Hathaway
What it’s like to have Princess Mia get up in your face — for the role, of course!