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When the evening’s entertainment harshly criticizes capitalism — at $2,000 a seat.
Decades into the 21st century, the Rockettes remain a nostalgic institution, evoking a time when white women had the spotlight but were expected to stayed in line.
The beloved New York nonprofit circus has announced that it is ending its public performances after failing to raise the $2 million it said it needed to stay viable.
“Thurgood,” with Laurence Fishburne, 0n HBO tells the story of Thurgood Marshall.
A revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “The Heidi Chronicles” feels as relevant today as ever, especially in terms of women’s success in the theater.
Will Scheffer, a creator of the HBO series "Big Love," speaks about his new play, which is also about family -- though a very different kind of family.
Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer, the creators and head writers of "Big Love," on how and why they chose to end the series the way they did.
Viewers of this HBO series were treated to an exciting episode, though so many cylinders were in gear that words and actions didn't always feel organic to the characters delivering them.
All of the wives on this HBO show suffered in the latest episode. Barb is assumed to be a pimp, and everyone around Margene believes she is in cults.
Do you feel the sense of anarchy on this HBO show as its final season comes to a close?
Margene, who is getting deeper into the crazy pyramid scheme that is Goji juice, has become the spokeswoman of an increasingly troubled family.
The show reminds us that even thought it has sought to normalize polygamy, it understands that it is really just child abuse.
The latest episode of this HBO series demonstrated the contradiction between a man's vision of himself as a do-good reformer and the reality of him has an insensitive lughead.
The final season of this HBO series appears headed toward exploring the effects of an insidious strain of patriarchy on the lives of the women featured.
When we last left the family, Bill Henrickson had just won a Utah State Senate seat and took the opportunity of his victory speech to reveal his complicated marriage to his constituents. It …
The season was incredibly strong in my mind, and "Dexter'' certainly remains one of the best shows on television. But the final hour has left me padding about the house exasperated.
"Boardwalk Empire'' is meditation on compromise -- the sins we can live with and the sins we can't, as Nucky Thompson put it.
With Showtime announcing a sixth season for "Dexter," all eyes are on next week's Season 5 finale.
The pace is furious as the season hits the final stretch, and much of the fun of watching "Dexter" now is in conjecture.
Dexter takes some big risks, and he doesn't yet realize how many cracks have been exposed in the walls around his secrets.
Yet another person gets close enough to learn about Dexter's darkness. That hasn't worked out so well in the past.