Richard Thomas

Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy opened November 15, 2015 and continues through December 20 at the Signature Center Part
In a way you can't fault underfunded New York City Opera general manager and artistic director George Steel for scheduling Anna Nicole, now at BAM, as the opening for what could be the revamped company's swan-song season.
A convicted rapist collapsed after police told him he may have contracted HIV from the woman he assaulted.
Thomas "let himself into her home uninvited in the middle of the night and she awoke to find him raping her from behind," the
Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) is getting a new handler in Season 5 of "White Collar," and he's played by someone who should be
Honorary chairs for the event were Ambassador and Mrs. John L. Loeb, Jr. and Para-Olympic Gold Medalist Nick Springer. Gala
In this season of American politics it was especially engaging to witness Ibsen's political engagement of some of the same arguments we are still having in the 21st century -- the tyranny of the majority, and even the morality of trickle-down economics.
How far would you go to do the right thing? What if everyone tried to convince you that it wasn't? Those are the questions at the center of An Enemy of the People, an Ibsen play brought back to life on Broadway.
I knew what the odds were when we started (though, of course, I was convinced I could beat them). I'd heard the horror stories from filmmakers I'd interviewed over the years: unscrupulous and inept producers, financiers and film companies, and so forth.
"We are dedicated to educating families, medical professionals and others about meningococcal disease and its prevention -- to 'give kids a shot' so no other lives are lost."
The cast also reunited Friday night for a screening of their first film, honoring their 40th anniversary. They noted that
After a long gestation period and a lot of sparring, they've delivered this mood piece. It combines the music of Underworld
Mamet's chosen entry into the difficult discussion of race leaves some with ambivalence not over the subject matter at play, but the mechanism to put it on display.
While most conversations about race inspire deep ambivalence if not outright silence, Mamet converts the stage into a raucous racial seminar jacked up on truth serum.
This is also a time when the movie Precious-- the writer, director, and producers all black--raises the haunches of the community