Kevin Bacon at NYC’s Paley Center; Powers Boothe as Jim Jones in the 1980 miniseries “Guyana Tragedy”; “A Midsummer Saturday Night’s Fever Dream” at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, Calif.; an Allan Dwan retrospective at MoMA; and the National Theatre’s “This House” screening at BAM are what ...
Mike Bencivenga’s “Billy & Ray,” directed by Garry Marshall for Falcon Theatre, dramatizes the creation of Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler’s screenplay for “Double Indemnity.”
“Rudolph the Red-Nosed ReinDOORS,” Troubadour Theater Company’s uproarious mash-up of Jim Morrison and Rankin and Bass, weathers a few ragged patches through sheer subversive élan.
Though one of Neil Simon’s lesser-known works, “I Ought to Be in Pictures” contains many of his signature touches. Unfortunately, Falcon Theatre’s production is a lackluster effort.
Stephen Spinella and Jonathan Cake grace the cast of Jordi Galcerán Ferrer’s “The Grönholm Method,” a scathing, delightfully twisted satire of corporate greed, at Falcon Theatre.