It’s Elaine’s world, and we get to watch her live it ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor The last time I interviewed Elaine Stritch, more than a decade ago, the call had to take place at 11 p.m. Eastern, because she was used to getting off the stage around then and was wired. So [...]
My Oscar picks!
The Oscars are this Sunday, and you have a chance to see two of the nominees beforehand at the Angelika: The Wind Rises (nominated for best animated feature) and Omar (nominated for best foreign language film). Both are worth your time.
Out actor Michael J. Willett is proud to be everyone’s new ‘G.B.F.’ LAWRENCE FERBER | Contributing Writer firstname.lastname@example.org “My face has Permanent Embryo Syndrome,” Michael J. Willett says half-jokingly, “so I’ll probably be playing high school roles for another 10 years or so.” Don’t believe his lament truly bothers him. The youthful, openly gay actor [...]
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Rolling Meryl-y along in ‘Osage;’ plus geek love in ‘Her’ and a brutal ‘Survivor’ ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor As if you need more proof that Meryl Streep is our greatest film actress, all you have to do is poke your head into the first five minutes of August: Osage County. The first [...]
Our critics rank the best of 2013 in film, stage and music and more ARNOLD WAYNE JONES 2013 was the year the world ended. At the movies, at least. Maybe it was the blowback from the 2012 election cycle. Maybe it was the continued influence of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Maybe it [...]