From a tiny kitchen to a pie shop to a pineapple under the sea, theater in 2017 took us outside our comfort zone. Here's a look at the best of the year, presented in alphabetical order.
The best television in a year that has sometimes felt like a cultural and political nightmare.
Tina Fey’s Broadway-bound adaptation of the 2004 film feels a lot like the movie you know and love — and that’s a good thing.
The Hulu series was canceled after three seasons. Here’s why it's hard to say goodbye.
Playwright David Henry Hwang has revised M. Butterfly for a new production, but its themes of toxic masculinity and Asian gender stereotypes have been there from the beginning.
"People come to a sequel or remake with very specific expectations. So it’s like, how can I fuck with that?" Chucky's creator, Don Mancini, wonders.
Here are the most anticipated movies of the fall, and the most likely contenders for awards in 2017.
The actor won an Oscar for her role in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, which was produced by The Weinstein Company.
Hulu's Castle Rock takes place in King's most notorious small town.
"Almost Like Praying" features the Hamilton creator and other major artists in a song that benefits the Hispanic Federation and its disaster relief efforts.
Gerald’s Game and 1922 are not the next It, but they’re solid reminders of how effective Stephen King’s smaller, more confined storytelling can be in the hands of deft filmmakers.
In telling a complex story about trans lives with a cast of trans-identified actors, Charm reflects what inclusion in theater can look like.
The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies dominated the night.
BuzzFeed News obtained Cary Fukunaga and Chase Palmer’s original script for the Stephen King adaptation, and it’s darker than you’d imagine.
“I’m a real person that lives in New York and I have a life and this affects me.”
And I only traumatized one child!
The sleek new adaptation of Stephen King’s epic novel manages to overcome a lack of substantial scares with a bittersweet story about growing up.
The horror filmmaker behind the hugely influential classic also directed 1982's Poltergeist.
The immersive play Red Flags forces you into a first date with a woman who might just hold your hand and ask you to reveal the worst thing you’ve ever done.
Readers of Stephen King’s epic fantasy series will find little to love in a film that mangles everything about its novels. WARNING: Spoilers ahead.