Day 2 of Comic-Con featured Seth Rogen, random sightings of most of Netflix’s “Defenders” and a missing Mike Tyson.
Floyd Mayweather told the twin tapper Sean & John he would visiti “Absinthe,” and followed through Thursday night.
It’s a great week for fandoms in Las Vegas.
Forensic experts in Spain have removed hair, nails and two long bones from Salvador Dali’s embalmed remains to find genetic samples for a paternity test.
We all know, thanks to William Shakespeare, that all the world’s a stage. But not all of Shakespeare’s worlds are created equal.
Director Kirsten Brandt re-creates the frenzied pacing and dizzy business typical of silver-screen screwball comedies of the ’30s.
Happily – and hardly surprisingly – the delightful regional premiere of “Shakespeare in Love” at the Utah Shakespeare Festival proves equally at home on stage.
USF’s current version of the oft-told makes us forget the impending tragedy until it engulfs the title characters — and, by extension, those of us in the audience.
There’s no such thing as the Great American Musical. Yet “Guys and Dolls” is undoubtedly on the short list of contenders.
There’s too much buckle, not enough swash in this regional premiere to make it a truly transporting theatrical voyage.