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First Nighter: Rupert Everett a Grand Oscar Wilde in David Hare's 'The Judas Kiss'

David Finkle | Posted 05.17.2016 | Arts
David Finkle

David Hare, who turns his plays out one on top of the next, can be sly when he wants. The Judas Kiss--about Oscar Wilde on the day he's arrested (April 6, 1895) for indecency and then, in the second act, revisited sometime after he's been released from Reading Goal--doesn't begin with Wilde (Rupert Everett) and his notorious lover, Alfred, Lord Douglas, known as Bosie (Charlie Rowe).

Banding Together

Lisa Steinberg | Posted 12.29.2014 | Entertainment
Lisa Steinberg

Everyone wants to be remembered, you want to leave a lasting legacy that will resonate. With Red Band Society you will laugh hard, love deeply, and you will run a gamut of emotions. No matter what, the characters and stories will always leave a mark on your heart, and your the way you view life.

Syfy Courts the Online Community at Annual Digital Press Tour

Ed Martin | Posted 12.19.2011 | Media
Ed Martin

Syfy's fifth annual Digital Press Tour last week reinforced what regular attendees of this confab have known for years: That it is one of the most efficient and innovative publicity and promotion events in the business.