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Won’t Open On Broadway Post-Coronavirus
Producers say they don’t have the “economic resources” to sustain the production through Broadway’s closure.
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Director Defends His ‘Deliberately Messy’ Racist-Cop Movie
“We’re not making
. We’re trying to do something that’s a bit little more difficult and more thoughtful.”
Theater Review: Martin McDonagh on a Dying Profession, in
The writer of
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
returns with his latest play.
Directors Guild of America Nominations Recognize Jordan Peele and Greta Gerwig
Peele also received a second nomination for best first feature.
Unsettlingly Blends Eccentricity and Tragedy
Writer-director Martin McDonagh begins with a finely calibrated mix of melancholy and quirk, but it ultimately turns broad to the point of silliness.
Guillermo Del Toro’s
The Shape of Water
Wins the Golden Lion at Venice
Some Oscar hopefuls got a nice boost on Saturday.
Theater Review: BAM’s Bang-up Revival of
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Ire in Eire.
The Cripple of Inishmaan
A near-perfect revival of Martin McDonagh’s play.
Your Sunday Long Reads: Ke$ha, Marvel, and Hating the Beatles
Another excuse to stay indoors.
Michael Pitt’s Cat Killed a Rat. A
Also, the cat’s name is Crackhead.
Katie Van Syckle
See Photos From the Set of
Who looks nuttier: Farrell or Walken? (Like we even needed to ask.)
Mickey Rourke Disses Another Director
“He can go play with himself.”
Martin McDonagh’s Back, Baby!
The playwright will take ‘A Behanding in Spokane’ straight to Broadway.
Martin McDonagh on Colin Farrell, Giving Up Playwriting, and Bruges
“Plays are pretty easy to write for me, so I’ll probably knock one out this year.”
Can Colin Farrell Resurrect His Career?
Well, he’s working with Martin McDonagh, so that’s a start.