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Michelle Williams

Get Up and Dance!

by B.A. Nilsson March 13, 2013


  That I had no interest in seeing this is an embarrassing reminder of the ever-narrowing sensibility to which middle-class white guys succumb as middle age takes over. But everything else broadcast from London’s National Theatre when ...



by The Staff March 6, 2013


  From Off-Broadway to Broadway to stages around the world, this Tony-winning musical celebration of the great Nigerian musician Fela Kuti has been a sensation since its 2009 debut. And, now, a road-company version rolls into ...


Little Girl Lost

by Laura Leon December 1, 2011


It had to have been a daunting task, if also a working actress’ dream come true, to play Marilyn Monroe. To tell you the truth, I wasn’t sure I’d like what Michelle Williams did with ...

Urban Fairy Tales

by Shawn Stone July 27, 2011


Jonathan Demme’s Something Wild is an adventurous romance that’s funny and dark, energizing and violent. It begins and ends in a multicultural New York City where identities and sexuality are fluid, a rainbow of groups ...

Life Lies Bleeding

by John Rodat February 2, 2011


It seems to me highly unlikely that director Derek Cianfrance is the type to screen his movies for test audiences. Trained under such visionary outsiders as Stan Brakhage, Cianfrance is being touted as a young ...