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Vanessa Redgrave

  1. yes we cannes
    The Best Beauty Looks From CannesFrom the sunniest red carpet of the year.
  2. stage dive
    Theater Reviews: The Revisionist and Much MorePlus The Madrid, Passion, The Dance and the Railroad, Katie Roche, and Much Ado About Nothing.
  3. theater
    Jesse Eisenberg Recasts Himself As a Playwright in The RevisionistNo stranger to playing the sly nebbish, he’s making a neurotic and brave leap toward becoming a major playwright.
  4. casting couch
    Political Animals Adds Vanessa RedgraveAs the first openly lesbian justice of the Supreme Court.
  5. stage dive
    Theater Review: Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones Drive an Angrier Miss DaisyApart from Boyd Gaines, we’re treated to two very famous voices, and very little else.
  6. quote machine
    Please Let Paul Rudd Be an American Idol JudgePlus: If only Justin Bieber were of legal age.
  7. broadway
    James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave Return to BroadwayTony winners will star in staging of ‘Driving Miss Daisy.’
  8. trailer mix
    Amanda Seyfried’s Letters to Juliet: The Dumb Man’s AmelieIt’s European meddlin’ time!
  9. the industry
    Gerard Butler Brings Shakespeare Into the NowPlus: Helen Mirren! The Berenstain Bears! Kirstie Alley!
  10. gossipmonger
    Susan Sarandon Will Not Do the Time Warp AgainAnd more celebrity doings and undoings, in our daily gossip roundup.
  11. the industry
    Angelina Jolie to Hit the CatwalkPlus: Judy Greer! Wal-Mart! ‘Castle’!
  12. the industry
    Captain Kirk to Conduct TrainPlus: Whitney Houston, Big Star.
  13. tragedies
    Natasha Richardson’s Situation Looks Dire As Her Family Gathers in New York CityAfter being injured in Canada, she has been flown to New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital.
  14. the industry
    Christian Bale: Man in Tights?Plus: How will Ehren Kruger screw up Jennifer Egan’s ‘The Keep’?
  15. kudos
    The Oscars: Who Got Snubbed?Who’s scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
  16. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  17. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Can Julian Get a Schnomination for ‘Diving Bell’?Also: Into the Wild rises again.
  18. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Could ‘No Country for Old Men’ Mean No Oscars for Other Movies?Who’s up? Who’s down?
  19. kudos
    Oscar Futures: Could ‘No Country for Old Men’ Mean No Oscars for Other Movies?Who’s up? Who’s down?
  20. in the magazine
    There’s Something About MamieRising actress Mamie Gummer talks to the magazine this week about her breakout role in Lajos Koltai’s new film Evening, about which New York’s critic David Edelstein had less kind things to say than he did about the character portrayed by both Gummer and her real-life mother Meryl Streep.
  21. the take
    Blink and You’ll Miss Premiere of Redgrave in Wallace Shawn’s ‘The Fever’
  22. kudos
    Tony Voters Speak: The Critic
  23. the industry
    The Police Kick Off Tour; Tickets to This Post Sold Out in Fourteen Minutes
  24. party lines
    The Night of Magical Thinking It’s probably for the best that we weren’t welcome at the after-party last night for The Year of Magical Thinking opening. After a 95-minute monologue about grief, death, and more grief, who’s in the mood for cocktails and schmoozing? The small, pre-curtain reception at Sardi’s was enough, with its parade of Serious Actresses (and a few others) bowing before the equally legendary Vanessa Redgrave, who stars, and Joan Didion, who adapted the play from her book: Stockard Channing, Marian Seldes, Christine Baranski, Claire Danes, Michael Cunningham. “I wore waterproof mascara,” said Danes, who admitted she owns but hasn’t read the book. “I’m taking a few of these cocktails napkins with me,” echoed Channing. “But I think we’ll all be okay.”