With The Highwaymen, Netflix returns to its FPFP roots: Faux-Prestige FacePlants.
Conformist cultural commentators on the interwebs like to boast about how TV’s toppled film in recent years.
Jim Parsons is finally turning into a good actor!
In an age dominated by nonprofit theatre companies taking over Broadway houses —from Roundabout’s conquest of the Sondheim to Second Stage’s brand-spanking-new ownership of the Helen Hayes — the New Group should move into the Circle in the Square (once its current tenant, Once on this Island, closes).
This week, I mix in a few more personal observations along with my usual news recaps:
Some thoughts on the new music singles released this week:
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It’s time once more for the newsiest news in theatre and film from the past week:
Jim Parsons will star in the film adaptation of Mathew Lopez’s play The Legend of Georgia McBride, which played New York City’s MCC Theater in 2015 before being produced at countless regional theatres elsewhere.