Posts Tagged ‘queen’
The Dallas Cowboys would remain in second place even if they lost yesterday’s game at Wembley Stadium, and yet the game had a must-win, do-or-die feel to it. Last week’s fiasco made it clear that backup quarterback ...
Circle Theatre’s current production is a holiday farce high on absurdity.
One of my favorite theatergoing experiences in recent years was Circle Theatre’s 2008 holiday production of A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant. If you missed that nontraditional and rather biting music...
Looks like Sacha Baron Cohen will try to portray rock ‘n roll’s most unique frontman, the inimitable Freddie Mercury of Queen. Let’s pray that Cohen lip syncs. Mercury’s melodies and vocal range were so ...
Big stars playing feuding sisters can’t save The Other Boleyn Girl.
Columbia Pictures originally planned to release The Other Boleyn Girl last Christmas and push it during awards season.
New muddy-rock trio Vincent’s got a lot of buzz — and promise.
Here’s a timeless image of a twentysomething bassist in a new band: Coby Queen answers his cell phone for a 1 p.m. interview, then asks for a few minutes’ reprieve.
As fans of both The White Stripes and progressive classic rock, The Red Herrings – guitarist-singer Joe Hill and drummer-backup vocalist Matt Lombard, plus some contributors – are smart songwriters, paying close att...
Cate Blanchett returns for a royally disappointing sequel about England’s queen.
In 1998, an Indian director and his Australian leading lady collaborated on Elizabeth, a chilling historical drama that brought their largely unknown names to the world’s attention.
Ben Stevenson’s first major new ballet in several years will be unveiled at the Majestic Theater in Dallas this weekend.
Both MCB and TBT deliver rousing renditions of the holiday classic, the Nutcracker.
Two major Nutcrackers come our way each December, in addition to the countless studio versions that dot the landscape.
The show must go on, says The Queen, an excellent account of a monarchy in crisis.
Honestly, I can’t imagine what British people must feel watching The Queen. The movie evokes the flood tide of emotions that washed over the U.K. in 1997: the surge of hope that accompanied Tony Blair’s election, the crushi...