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October 9, 2021 Update— more about Judy Kaye's double star turn in Diana. . . why Six, another famous royal tragedy manages to be a fresh and entertaining musical while Diana is not. . . T…
The show's film of the a final preview performance once again brings Broadway to Netflix
A Zoom play by .a
BadAss GalBoss Power Hour (Mandatory Meeting) and and a New Normal Rep's F.I. R.E.
. a star is born in this filmed adaptation of the London hit musical.
Antoinette Nwandu's Godot -inspired play
in which Vladimir and Estragon morph into two young Africn-American men
Another free screened performance at the irishrep.org.
a documentary that's a tribute to two superstsrs of another era that's also a eulogy to pring newspapers
Adaptation of the hit play with fine new cast and lots of cinematic tricks
Essay with reviews of Uncle Vanya, Atlantic Crossing, Amy Tan
A virtual production that livrs up to it title
A legend who still charms
The dance legend Zooms .
You don't have to be Jewish to aprecate this Israeli series
Robert Jason Brown's musical geared for the times we're living in. . .
Another Danish series starring two of Borgen's main characters. . .
The Dig -- a subtle combination of fiction and fact now streaming at Netflix
Netflix & HBO docudrams based on long ago scandalous events
A not to be missed political series from Denmark.
A stunningly performed and filmed version of August Wilson's 1982 play
Bryan Murphy's star-cast movie for Netflix
a digitzed, streamlined production from the Irish Rep
David Fincher's ode to Citizen Kane and the man wo wrot
New feature for busy streamers. . .
Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher bring new problems to the decade-spanning Queen Elizabeth's saga . . .
You don't have to be a chess player to enjoy this mini series about a chess prodigy
a terrific virtual rendition elevates this lesser O'Nell play a few notches closer the top of the playright's canon
Aaron Sorkin's film gives the notorious 1968 trial an unmistakable of-the-moment feel.
spine-chilling mini series based on 2004 novel
A more timely than ever theatrical history lesson
- Former movers and shakers at the top social platforms explain why they left, and why you too need to use your accounts with utmost caution
Theater luminaries Julie Taymor and Sarah Ruhl try to imbue Gloria Steinem's 2015 memoir with the experimental magic they're known for. . .