The Winter’s Tale at Peace College moves from bleak to pastoral, and in pajamas, too Zack Smith · 25 Feb 2010, 2:48 PM · Comment Share | THE WINTER’S TALE Peace College The Winter’s Tale is one of William Shakespeare’s last and less-performed plays, and it’s easy to see why. It’s literally half tragedy […]
Catching up — did an interview with the contoversial publisher (and Woody Harrelson film subject) Larry Flynt when he recently appeared at a local university. You can read the interview by clicking the above picture.
The Late Show‘s Eddie Brill brings his act—and his knowledge—to N.C. Comedy Arts Festival The scout of comedy 15 FEB 2010 • by Zack Smith An interview with the longtime LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN talent coordinator on his recent visit to a comedy festival in NC. Read the full interview here!
Nevermore curates the latest in cinematic horror, along with a few classics Nights of gore 17 FEB 2010 • by Zack Smith “Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula” plays Saturday and Sunday afternoons Image courtesy of Nevermore Film Festival Nevermore Film Festival Carolina Theatre Feb. 19-21 If you’re sick of Saw sequels and are wondering […]
Theatre in the Park’s Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell 17 FEB 2010 • by Zack Smith Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell Theatre in the Park Through Feb. 21 After seven decades, the 1939 film of Gone With the Wind remains the highest-grossing film of all time after adjusting for inflation (yes, even bigger […]
Raleigh Little Theatre’s Veronica’s Room 17 FEB 2010 • by Zack Smith Veronica’s Room Raleigh Little Theatre Through Feb. 28 The biggest mistake made in Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Ira Levin’s Veronica’s Room is the intermission. The good stuff’s all in the second act and starts almost immediately after the curtain goes up, but […]
Aaron & Kubert Ready to ASTONISH With SPIDER-MAN & WOLVERINE By Zack Smith As announced yesterday, Marvel will relaunch Astonishing X-Men as part of a new “Astonishing” line designed to bring in new readers. Their first new addition to the line? A six-issue Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine miniseries. What’s so astonishing about it? Well, the […]
Kaare Andrews Draws a New ASTONISHING X-MEN Marvel’s Astonishing line relaunches and expands in May, 2010 with a new take on Astonishing X-Men with the superstar team of writer Warren Ellis and artist Kaare Andrews. Andrews, whose dynamic, animation-inspired style has mostly been used in film and TV projects the last few years, took […]
Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards discuss their Image Comics miniseries TURF in this interview.
Jim Rugg discusses Afrodisiac Soul comics 3 FEB 2010 • by Zack Smith “By day he cleans up your office, at night he cleans up your streets”: A cover of a past number of “Afrodisiac” Photo courtesy of Jim Rugg The ’70s are back: Those who missed the blaxploitation pastiche Black Dynamite have a second […]