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  • Theater review: 'Alceste' at Theatre of NOTE

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'Alceste' at Theatre of Note....
  • Culture Watch: Fiona Shaw at the Hammer Museum

     
    Fiona Shaw discusses theater and language at Hammer Museum...
  • Theater review: 'Cyclops: A Rock Opera' at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre

     
    Charles McNulty reviews "Cyclops: A Rock Opera" at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre...
  • The Arts on TV: Toledo Ballet; Kaziah Hancock; Carnegie Hall

     
    “Reverence: Life in the Ballet” 9:30 p.m., Thursday KCET: Dancers of the Toledo Ballet express their creative passion. “New York Originals” 10:30 p.m., Thursday KLCS: Holographs, Five and Dime, Teddy's Bar and Kenny's Castaways --...
  • Opera review: Long Beach Opera stages abandoned opera in abandoned warehouse

     
    If Long Beach Opera opened its 2011 season Saturday with a radicalized version of Luigi Cherubini’s “Medea” in an abandoned furniture warehouse, the EXPO Building on Atlantic Avenue, well, somebody had to do something like this sooner or later. It.....
  • Pulitzer-winning poet CK Williams gives free reading

     
    Pulitzer Prize winner CK Williams will give a free reading at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, as part of  the second annual Blue Flower Arts Winter Writers’ Conference hosted by Atlantic Center for the Arts. The public is invited to the event, which...
  • Theater review: 'Nightsong for the Boatman' at the Odyssey Theatre

     
    "Nightsong for the Boatman" at the Odyssey is by the late Jovanka Bach, a full-time physician whose canon includes "Chekhov & Maria" and "O'Neill's Ghosts." Produced and directed by Bach's husband, John Stark, "Nightsong" modernizes the sacrificial...
  • 'Scorched' and 'Helen of Troy': Doing justice to Greek tragedy is no easy feat

     
    Lacy Katherine Campbell (as Janine), Fredric Stone (as Alphonse Lebel), and Nick Cimino (as Simon) in "Scorched." Right now in Chicago, you can see two powerful and immensely satisfying shows that riff on classical Greek tragedies in totally different...
  • 'A Brief History of Helen of Troy' at Steep: Mom's dead, daughter has acne in dark take on myth

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "A Brief History of Helen of Troy" ★★★ Through Oct. 30 at Steep Theatre, 1115 W. Berwyn Ave.; Running time: 1 hour, 40 minutes; Tickets: $22 at 866-811-4111 or www.steeptheatre.com It's no fun being the daughter of the......
  • Theater review: 'Elektra' at the Getty Villa

     
    Thanks to psychoanalysis, the story of Elektra will forever be associated with the female version of the Oedipus complex. But Sophocles’ interest in this mythological tale has far less to do with sex than justice. What distinguishes Sophocles’ “...
  • Theater review: 'Neighbors' at the Matrix Theatre

     
    Just when you thought beer summits were so 2009, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ bracing satire “Neighbors,” now at the Matrix Theatre, turns up to mess with your lazy liberal self. Call it Stepford meets Stepin Fetchit: Richard (Derek Webster), an...
  • Orlando Fringe review: Trojan Women

     
    Reviewed by Kelly Fitzpatrick, Orlando Sentinel Serious is certainly not a word I would use to describe much of what the Fringe has to offer. But when you do find a production or two that strays from the normal path, it can be a welcome change from the...