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  • Scarlett & singing film stars: Is this just an act?

    Scarlett & singing film stars: Is this just an act?
    THE VERY last scene of last year's hit film "Juno" pointed toward one small path in music's future: star Ellen Page sitting on a stoop, singing a song by obscure boy-girl folk duo the Moldy Peaches. Her leading man, Michael Cera, sang along, but he was...
  • Complete schedule of events at the 2008 Fringe Festival

    Complete schedule of events at the 2008 Fringe Festival
    May 15 6:00 pm Don Juan in Despair, Flying Phoenix (green) 6:30 pm Colored Waiting Room, Jessica Taylor (blue) 6:55 pm Black Voices, Act Reel Theatre Company (brown) 7:00 pm Chords of Steel, 4:2:Five (green) 7:30 pm In His Own Time, The Green Room...
  • Shows playing at the Fringe Festival

    A complete list of performances playing at this year's Fringe Festival. A Brief History of Petty Crime, The Roodie Pancake Experiment, London. Solo-comedy. $10. After the success of 2007's Curriculum Vitae, Brit Jimmy Hogg returns to Orlando to...
  • Una 'santa' con vocación de vampiro

    Una 'santa' con vocación de vampiro
    ¿Quién eres: Mina o el vampiro? Rita sonríe con malicia. “El vampiro, por supuesto, no me gusta ser la víctima”, dice mientras clava la estaca de su mirada en la imagen de Klaus Kinski sosteniendo a la bella Isabelle Adjani. Una planta trepadora...
  • Long Beach Opera to perform 'The Good Soldier Schweik'

    Long Beach Opera to perform 'The Good Soldier Schweik'
    There are operas whose scores are hummable and whose tunes have worked their way into popular culture. And then there are operas that resist any sort of easy packaging -- operas that are, for lack of a better phrase, musical oddballs. Robert Kurka's "The...