It’s a Sin may be the gay drama we have been waiting for.
I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues: Our Critics discuss Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (for Parterre Box)
Netflix adaptation hits the marks of Wilson’s original while settling into a more focused filmic style.
Continuing our discussion of Tennessee Williams great play with this 1984 version for TV.
David and Cameron continue their discussion of actress Kim Stanley with a look at two rare television plays by Horton Foote.
What a filmed Three Sisters from 1966 can tell us about Method acting, Chekhov and more.
It’s as if the show has gone from the page to the stage… and back again to the page.
Ambiguity surrounds Louis CK’s self-produced Horace and Pete — what is it exactly?
Ray Didinger’s play, a natural fit for Philly sports fans, is always enjoyable, but not often more than that.
In what might be a cautionary tale, two promisingly edgy shows slide to big three network pablum levels.
Sometimes, a moment can bring into focus something I’ve idly pondered for months. In this case, that thing is Showtime’s hit serial, […]