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‘Curse of the Starving Class’: Theater Review

Maggie Siff of 'Mad Men' and 'Billions' appears in the Signature Theatre revival of Sam Shepard's 1977 classic 'Curse of the Starving Class,' directed by Terry Kinney.

‘True West’: Theater Review

Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star in the latest Broadway revival of 'True West,' Sam Shepard's 1980 modern classic about two warring brothers.

Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano on Their All-Consuming Partnership in ‘True West’

Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano discuss their all-consuming partnership in 'True West,' director James Macdonald's Broadway revival of the 1980 Sam Shepard classic.

The Most Anticipated New York Theater of 2019

The Hollywood Reporter looks ahead to the busy pipeline of productions opening from January through summer, on Broadway and off.

‘True West’: Theater Review

Kit Harington ('Game of Thrones') and Johnny Flynn ('Beast') square off as estranged brothers in this London revival of Sam Shepard's Pulitzer finalist, 'True West.'

All the Broadway Shows of the 2018-2019 Season

Gender-blind Shakespeare, a giant gorilla, Rupert Murdoch, Cher times 3 and a wealth of new plays to counter last season's shortage are on the slate.

Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano Head ‘True West’ on Broadway

The actors will face off as estranged brothers in a new production of the Sam Shepard play directed by James Macdonald and beginning performances in December.

Sam Shepard Helps Uncover Clues in Clip From Final Film, ‘Never Here’

The late actor and Mireille Enos' characters talk about a troubling experience in a scene from the movie.

Mireille Enos Talks Working With Sam Shepard on His Final Movie

The actress calls her 'Never Here' co-star "wildly intelligent" and a "really easy guy."

‘Never Here’: Film Review | Oldenburg 2017

Camille Thoman's feature debut is a haunting Lynchian mystery featuring the late Sam Shepard in his final big-screen role.

‘Simpatico’: Theater Review

Michael Shannon stars in this revival of Sam Shepard's 'Simpatico' from Chicago's A Red Orchid Theatre, now being presented at Princeton's McCarter Theatre Center.

Critic’s Notebook: Harry Dean Stanton, a Zen Cowboy Who Said Everything by Saying Nothing

The hugely respected cult actor was a master of minimalism whose soulful hangdog style graced a long list of prestige screen credits from Hitchcock to Coppola, Scorsese to Lynch.