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‘Apologia’: Theater Review

Stockard Channing plays a 1960s political activist with unresolved parenting issues, opposite Hugh Dancy in a dual role as her two sons in Alexi Kaye Campbell's domestic drama, 'Apologia.'

The Cast of ‘Grease,’ Then and Now

The movie musical was released 40 years ago, on June 16, 1978.

Stockard Channing to Star Off-Broadway in ‘Apologia’

The Tony winner will reprise the lead role of a former '60s radical in Alexi Kaye Campbell's drama, which she played to critical acclaim last year in London.

‘Apologia’: Theater Review

Stockard Channing stars as a tough-minded radical intellectual in Alexi Kaye Campbell's drama 'Apologia,' directed by Jamie Lloyd.

‘The Guest Book’: TV Review

TBS' anthology comedy series 'The Guest Book' occasionally charms despite the dearth of guffaws.

Critic’s Picks: A June To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Los Angeles movie lovers tired of aliens, superheroes or buff beach bods can choose from retrospectives of work by John Huston, Jerry Schatzberg, Lina Wertmuller and more.

Stockard Channing to Star in NBC Comedy Pilot ‘Me & Mean Margaret’

She'll take on the mean role in the comedy from 'Will & Grace' alum Adam Barr.

‘It’s Only a Play’ Recoups on Broadway

The all-star smash comedy revival headlined by Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane becomes the first production of the 2014-15 season to turn a profit

Bradley Cooper’s ‘Elephant Man’ Roars Onto Broadway

Hugh Jackman, Glenn Close and Nathan Lane also are among stars pushing plays to rival musical grosses this fall

Matthew Broderick, Rupert Grint Entertain John Slattery, Anna Wintour at ‘It’s Only a Play’ Party

"It's a play basically for people who wonder if we're really human, and it shows the human side of our industry"

‘It’s Only a Play’: Theater Review

Broadway buddies Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane head an all-star cast in Terrence McNally's irreverent backstage comedy

F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing and Megan Mullally Join Broadway Revival of ‘It’s Only a Play’

The actors join Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane in an updated version of the the 1986 theater-biz comedy by Terrence McNally, a Tony nominee this year for "Mothers and Sons."