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Edward Albee, Audacious American Playwright, Dies at 88

His daring body of work includes 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,' 'A Delicate Balance' and 'The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?'

‘Silkwood’ Screenwriter Alice Arlen Dies at 75

The veteran Hollywood scribe co-wrote the screenplay for Mike Nichols' Oscar-nominated movie with Nora Ephron.

Elaine May to Direct Mike Nichols ‘American Masters’ Documentary

The documentary will kick off the 30th anniversary season of 'American Masters' on PBS.

Long-Lost Script by Pulitzer-Winning Writer Finally Headed to Screen After 29 Years

'Bernard and Huey' — written by Jules Feiffer, 86, who also penned Mike Nichols' 'Carnal Knowledge' — is being turned into a feature next year by director Dan Mirvish.

‘Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story’: Cannes Review

Documentarist Daniel Raim tells the story of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and his wife, film researcher Lillian Michelson, who worked on innumerable movies in Hollywood's golden age.

Mike Nichols Biography in Works

Diane Sawyer and other members of the 'Graduate' director's family have given their support to a book about his life.

Tony Kushner, Beau Willimon Reveal How to Write for Hollywood Without Ever Leaving New York

It helps to be brilliant, like these four playwright-screenwriters — also including John Patrick Shanley ('Doubt') and Suzan-Lori Parks ('Topdog/Underdog') — who navigated La La Land with advice from…

Emmys and a Mike Nichols Photo: What Diane Sawyer’s Desk Reveals

The ABC News anchor gives THR a tour of her private workspace for the magazine's New York Issue.

‘Death of a Salesman’: Theater Review

Anthony Sher takes on the most iconic male role of 20th century American theater in this Royal Shakespeare Company production of Arthur Miller's perennially relevant social drama.

Patton Oswalt on His New Memoir, ‘Silver Screen Fiend,’ and His Dream Dinner Guests

The comic says he's never seen 'Risky Business,' can't wait to show his 5-year-old 'Jaws' and wishes he could've hung with Orson Welles and Mike Nichols

Glenn Close Reveals Mike Nichols’ Final, “Touching” Words to Her

The actress, who first met the director when she read for 1983's 'The Real Thing,' remembers the legend in The Hollywood Reporter's tribute

Morgan Freeman Reveals the Phrase That “Exemplifies” Mike Nichols

In The Hollywood Reporter's tribute to the late director, his 'Country Girl' star recalls the term that would "stop conversations" once uttered