Thursday Nov 14
Lear booms with presidential presence: Patrick Marmion's review of King Lear
Oscar-nominated for his role as Tricky Dicky in Frost/Nixon, Frank Langella is the latest theatrical mountaineer to conquer the actor's Everest that is King Lear.
Slice of Scifi
5 Episodes In: The Originals
I wasn't real sure if having a spin-off of a successful show like The Vampire Diaries was a bad idea or one just ill-timed, but I had concerns that this new show called The Originals might not be the best idea.
The Journal News
Q&A with Brian Morton
Sarah Lawrence alumnus and faculty member Brian Morton is the author of the novels "The Dylanist," "A Window Across the River," "Breakable You," and his 1998 book, "Starting Out in the Evening," which was adapted into the 2007 film starring Frank Langella.
Cambridge Evening News
Experience the tension of Frost/Nixon at the ADC
Drawing on the film of the same name from 2008 featuring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen, this is a show bound up in political and journalistic tension and intrigue, as well as a powerful battle of wits.
The Plain Dealer
Dracula has been haunting the TV screen for more than 55 years
Dracula has been haunting the big screen for more than 90 years, ever since "Nosferatu," the unauthorized silent version of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel.