Smits chats about his role and working with "pro to the max' Gerald McRaney, who plays his father on the show.
You truly have to love the actual craft of comedy to endure what they've gone through.
Monsters! Thousands of ‘em! You can't go wrong!
"As an actor, I got so many things like, ‘He’s not cute enough.’ ‘He’s not tall enough, he’s not this enough. He’s great, we just...
Interview: Michael Xavier on ‘Sunset Boulevard’, Glenn Close and the Weirdest Thing That’s Happened On-Stage
"As an actor, I’m always trying to learn constantly. Always trying to hone my craft." - Michael Xavier
Jenna Weir, one of the three young actresses who rotate in the role of Matilda, deserved the standing ovation she received for her sharp, smart...
Interview: Michael Park Talks ‘Dear Evan Hansen’, Audition Nerves and Why He Considers Himself “Fortunate”
"I’m always a little bit nervous but those nerves help inform characters sometimes." - Michael Park on Auditioning
Aaron Harrington is absolutely fantastic as Tom Collins and Katie LaMark is equally good as Maureen.
The film is entertaining enough but given Affleck’s former directing success, we unfortunately (and perhaps mistakenly) expect more.
Directed with confidence by Washington, FENCES is a pure joy to watch with two dynamite actors in the prime of their careers.
Review: ‘Collateral Beauty’ Starring Will Smith, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Edward Norton and Michael Peña
There’s sadness and plenty of humor and but the movie tries so hard to be uplifting and deep, that it just gets in the way...
"I’ve been in the shoes of fighting all the no’s and waiting to get the yes and once you get the yes, pressing forward and...
The movie is likeable and funny, yet extremely frustrating. I just wish the stars had a high-belt or two in their pockets.
The film is a beautifully sad story about life, loss and family that’s easily one of the best movies of the year.
The National Tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch got two new leads when it opened here in San Diego this week and both are...
The film is a nice escape to the films of Hollywood yesteryear.
Director David Yates sets up an ending that will leave you wishing part 2 were right around the corner.
The show, directed by three-time Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien, feels brisk and much quicker than its 2-hour and 50-minute run time.
Gyllenhaal and Shannon are outstanding, Shannon in particular. This is one of those films that you’ll think about long after the lights come back on.
It’s a sad, frustrating and inspirational film that puts you right in the mindset of what this couple was feeling and thinking.