Otzi The Iceman Suffered Head Blow Before Death, Mummy’s Brain Tissue Shows Ötzi the Iceman, Europe’s oldest mummy, likely suffered a head injury before he died roughly 5,300 years ago, according to a new protein analysis of his brain tissue. Ever since a pair of hikers stumbled upon his astonishingly well-preserved frozen body in the Alps [...]
The Iceman (actor) Cometh
There are few things in the world of Formula One more likely to leave you with egg on your face than the pre-season preview predictions. However, like a siren’s song it becomes hard to resist not to draw a few conclusions following on from the first race of the season. Show More Summary
A “hot LZ” refers to a hot landing zone, where incoming choppers have to watch out for unfriendly fire. But lately, it seems it also means pretty much wherever the U.S. wages war: the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq have been fought in exceedingly warm nations, where summertime temperatures routinely top 100 degrees. Show More Summary
Conrad Stafford Bain, one of Hollywood’s greatest names, had a long career before being cast in ABC’s Diff’rent Strokes, appearing in everything from a Broadway revival of The Iceman Cometh to Woody Allen’s Bananas, not to mention forming...Show More Summary
Hey folks, Harry here... if you're like me - and you think Michael Shannon is the most captivating intense actor working today... then you're about to be very very happy. Michael Shannon is playing The Iceman, that scary real life contract serial killer/hitman... Show More Summary
Two of the most accomplished productions in the history of Chicago theater — "Follies" at Chicago Shakespeare Theater and "The Iceman Cometh" at the Goodman Theatre — shared top honors at the Joseph Jefferson Awards, presented Monday night at the Drury Lane Theatre. Show More Summary
With Diane Lane prowling the boards at the Goodman Theatre, not long after Nathan Lane in "The Iceman Cometh," and with Jimmy Smits now lined up for "The Motherfker with the Hat" later this season at Steppenwolf Theatre, star casting has suddenly arrived in Chicago.
“Being infamous is not fun. It becomes a weird occupation in and of itself.” Michael Cimino spoke those words at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday as he introduced a digitally remastered version of Heaven’s Gate. One of the most notorious...Show More Summary
Last week, the Goodman Theatre resigned itself to the news director Robert Falls' production of "The Iceman Cometh" was not going to Broadway. The combination of the show's long running time, problems with theater availability, the schedule...Show More Summary
"The Iceman Cometh" is not going to Broadway, at least not during the upcoming season, the Goodman Theatre concluded Friday.
Not often produced by major theaters, a new production of “The Iceman Cometh” by Eugene O’Neill—a winner of the Noble Prize for Literature—ended its extended run last weekend at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. As this is being written, the...
Producers interested in the transfer to New York were seeking the rights to "Iceman" from another producer, Scott Rudin, who now has the option to stage the play on Broadway.
On Sunday, the iceman goeth. Unless you happen to be Nathan Lane's long-lost great-uncle from Tipperary, or come with your own pot of gold, good luck getting a ticket.
Scott Rudin, who long has held the Broadway rights to Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh," will not produce the hit Goodman Theatre production on Broadway, Rudin's office confirmed Monday.
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Over lunch last week, I asked actor Stephen Ouimette, who is simply extraordinary as Harry Hope in Robert Falls' Goodman Theatre production of "The Iceman Cometh," how many seasons he has performed at the Stratford Festival in Canada, where he is a marquee name.
Chicago truly is an amazing theatre town -- especially now, where we have two epic plays receiving landmark productions, and I've been lucky to see both of them.
Perhaps one of the greatest plays of the 20th century (by one of its greatest playwrights), Iceman is a cautionary tale - that revealing truth over pipedreams can uncover the cowardice embedded in us all. Higherly Recommended.
A revival of Eugene O'Neill's great American drama "The Iceman Cometh," about the dangers and delusions of addiction, opened Thursday in Chicago's Goodman Theatre.