The Exhibitionist

The Lady’s Not for Burning

The O’Mallerys are a run-of-the-mill white trash family with one distinguishing characteristic:…

 

The Truth Is Waaaay Out There, at the Space Visitors Film Fest

The same twisted genius that brought us the Bigfoot Bonanza in March…

 

Jackie Chan Wages a One-Man War on Terror, in The Foreigner

Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan has performed some daring stunts in…

 

Bewitched, Bothered, and Blasted

A soldier soaks some white bed sheets with piss until they’re stained…

Let Your Inner Carpathian Cut a Rug at the Dracula Ball

Gala season is a special time, when bejeweled philanthropists and new players…

The Mirror Has Two Faces in The Mineola Twins

Paula Vogel’s The Mineola Twins opened off-Broadway in 1999. But the play…

The Anti-Artifice of Walker Evans

In the fall of 1974, Walker Evans was both strong-willed and in…

Rabbi and Rabbit Are Just One Letter Apart

When Daniel Handler wrote a play, he sat down with his wife,…

A Cautionary Tale of Autumn

Christopher Chen speaks quickly. Looking at him face to face, you can…

Karen Allen Is Wonder Woman

Her name isn’t Diana Prince and she has no indestructible bracelets, boomerang…