It seems that the surest way to win a Pulitzer is to write a comic drama about a bad dinner between couples and preferably one in which, as the night progresses, secrets are revealed. 479 more words
Timely dramas on Broadway are in very short supply, and that alone makes the bow of Disgraced an event worth applauding. Ayad Akhtar’s play — a fleet, furious, 85-minute descent into politics, identity and identity politics, all on the dark side — won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2013; he co-wrote and starred in the indie feature… 715 more words
Bradley Cooper was a guest on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” to promote his starring role in ‘The Elephant Man” on Broadway.
These two guys are just so likable and they have an extraordinary laughing fit and barely managed to get a final take. 81 more words