A tragic but entertaining family drama based on Tracy Letts’ 2008 Pulitzer Prize winning play.
George Brant’s one-woman play ambitiously collides motherhood with the War on Terror.
As the 65th anniversary of Frank Capra’s classic approaches, Neil McEwan looks into the film’s subtle Conservative underpinning.
Our fury at the western empire which has forced us onto the streets continues to be realised.
We should look towards solving our own problems as opposed to running away from them.
We may understand the severity of the effects of HIV and AIDS, but still campaigns to raise awareness continue. Inside Out’s production of the Broadway hit signifies the importance of the arts in doing so.
Kurt Weill’s dark, brooding American Opera full of jazz tinged arias comes to Edinburgh Festival Theatre.
We are a country with a reputation for producing splendid things: should we risk losing it all by favouring the mainstream?
TEAM are back: this time dissecting American capitalism
A dull and quickly forgettable cinematic experience
Workman-like remake or true adaptation? Out on Fri 5 Nov