While out and about at the Grayson’s Gift benefit in Santa Monica earlier this week, Corey Feldman was asked about the prospects of a sequel to the much beloved 1985 flick The Goonies. According to Feldman everyone, including Goonies writer Steven Spielberg, co-star Sean Astin and director Richard Donner, wants to reunite for a sequel.
Fans of Jeffrey Combs and/or Edgar Allan Poe who live in or near San Diego, California, will be thrilled to learn that the stage production of Nevermore will be returning to the North Coast Repertory Theatre December 9-12, 2010, for what they've dubbed "The Perfect Un-Holiday Show".
Early this year we learned that Oscar winner Danny Boyle would be returning to his theatre roots with a new adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein for the stage, and as of today we know who will be playing both the Monster and his creator, Dr. Frankenstein. In an interesting twist, two people will be alternating playing the roles.
This weekend the folks at The Tank, a non-profit arts center in Hell's Kitchen, are presenting the improvisational comedy show that is Dusk: Improvised Tween Erotica, a parody of the Twilight films (which are, of course, a favorite of all you guys out there in Dread Central-land).
UK director Richard Crawford is readying a new adaptation of Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands for the stage, which will commence its world premiere run at The Brooklyn Studio Lab from June 25th through July 3rd.
Oscar winner Danny Boyle is returning to his theatre roots as part of the National Theatre's second season for 2010 with a new adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Boyle will make his debut at the respected venue directing Nick Dear's play as a "large-scale and theatrically and visually ambitious stage production."
Playwright Allison Moore captivated audiences at the 2009 Humana Festival with this edgy, satirical and laugh-out-loud thriller, Slasher. This Halloween, The Zephyr on Melrose Theatre brings to Los Angeles all the hilarity, blood and gore of Moore’s witty and brilliantly written black comedy.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from The Devils and Lair of the White Worm director Ken Russell, outside of his segment of Trapped Ashes (review). Seems the reason for that is he’s moved from film to stage and his latest directing gig has been for Mindgame, a play written by Anthony Horowitz.