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Doctor Zhivago

Newcomer Talitha Bateman Shines in "So B. It" Movie -- a Heartbreaking Story that Will Leave You Smiling

Ashley Jude Collie | Posted 05.24.2016 | Arts
Ashley Jude Collie

Talitha Bateman. Tuck that name away in your memory palace. The teenage actor gives a brave, eye-opening performance in So B. It, a poignantly swee...

'Dames At Sea' Harkens Back to 1930s Film

Alexandra Villarreal | Posted 11.19.2016 | Arts
Alexandra Villarreal

Basically, bad Broadway can still be good Broadway, because it makes for memories. That is the most disastrous part of Dames at Sea: It is without memorable moments.

The Fabulous Broadway Season That Was

Cara Joy David | Posted 05.29.2016 | Arts
Cara Joy David

If you ask me, On The Town, which is currently slightly trailing both other contenders in my Tony polling, deserves the win. I, like most, was worried when the show was announced for that barn of a theater, but director John Rando proved the doubters wrong.

From Russia, With Love: A Short Interview With Doctor Zhivago's Tom Hewitt

Danny Groner | Posted 05.04.2016 | Arts
Danny Groner

It's a remarkable journey full of compelling twists and turns, and a lasting impression that combines sadness with kindness.

Doctor Zhivago's Sound

Regina Weinreich | Posted 06.23.2015 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

The musical based on that Russian classic Doctor Zhivago inevitably evokes comparisons with the Omar Shariff-Julie Christie, David Lean 1965 movie, fr...

First Nighter: 'Doctor Zhivago' Caught at Musical Malpractice

David Finkle | Posted 06.21.2015 | Arts
David Finkle

Before the lights go down at the Doctor Zhivago start, the tall, dark Broadway Theatre curtains are parted maybe six or eight feet. Filling the space between them is a compilation of grey chairs piled chaotically high.

1950s: The Not-So-Silent Generation

Tom Alderman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Tom Alderman

Fred Kaplan's enlivening 1959: The Year Everything Changed, argues that the '50s -- a decade that saw the invention of the microchip and the creation of explosive art -- has been misunderstood in hindsight.