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  • Beyonce, Jay-Z and Solange -- They are family. And they are victims, too!

    "IF YOU cannot get rid of a family skeleton, you may as well make it dance," said George Bernard Shaw. OR HAVE it attack you in an elevator. Now that Beyonce, Jay-Z and Bey's sister Solange have addressed -- with love and caring -- that little...
  • Steve Martin to debut new musical at Old Globe in San Diego

    Steve Martin to debut new musical at Old Globe in San Diego
    Steve Martin will present the world premiere of his much buzzed about new musical "Bright Star" in September at the Old Globe in San Diego as part of the company's 2014-15 season, which was announced on Thursday. "Bright Star," which Martin is writing...
  • ShawChicago announces 2014-15 season

    ShawChicago, a company devoted to staged readings of the plays of George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries, announced its 2014-15 season on Wednesday. Two of the titles belong to the company’s namesake, and all three are directed by artistic...
  • Daughter of Marx has much on her shoulders

    Daughter of Marx has much on her shoulders
    Eleanor Marx, youngest daughter of a fellow named Karl, was something of a thespian as well as a chip off the old political block. In 1886, she starred as Nora in a London reading of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House," then quite the radical feminist drama....
  • Travel books: Tracking the origins of English

    Travel books: Tracking the origins of English
    "Wordsmiths & Warriors: The English-Language Tourist's Guide to Britain" Oxford University Press, $24.95 The English language is a strange and maddening thing, full of inconsistencies and so many spelling exceptions that they appear to be the rule...
  • Playhouse on Park's 'Higgins in Harlem' Shows Promise

    Playhouse on Park's 'Higgins in Harlem' Shows Promise
    The show: "Higgins in Harlem" at West Hartford's Playhouse on Park. What makes it special?: It's a world premiere of an adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," set during the Harlem Renaissance, by Lawrence Thelen First impressions: Shaw's...
  • American Players Theatre announces 2014 season

    American Players Theatre announces 2014 season
    American Players Theatre, the 35-year-old company stationed among the trees of Spring Green, Wisconsin, has announced its 2014 season. 2014 is the first year under the leadership of new artistic director, Brenda DeVita, who is directing one production...
  • Cast Set For 'Higgins in Harlem'

    Cast Set For 'Higgins in Harlem'
    Henry Higgins has a different kind of cultural challenge. Kevyn Morrow (Broadway’s “The Scarlet Pimpernel,” “A Chorus Line”) and Geri-Nikole Love (off-Broadway’s “Carlisle: A Different Three Sisters”) head...
  • Gustavo Dudamel gets to the heart of Tchaikovsky's appeal

    Gustavo Dudamel gets to the heart of Tchaikovsky's appeal
    We cannot escape Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. On Thursday, Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, with help from the Símon Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, begin an 11-day TchaikovskyFest at Walt Disney Concert Hall that will include the...
  • Christopher Plummer is comfortable with his writers' bloc

     Christopher Plummer is comfortable with his writers' bloc
    This is a Christopher Plummer interview without any questions about "The Sound of Music." Not that the veteran stage and screen actor would have minded talking about Captain Von Trapp, but he has more pressing items at hand. His one-man show "A Word or...
  • Author Kitty Burns Florey Speaks On Handwriting, New Haven And More

    Author Kitty Burns Florey Speaks On Handwriting, New Haven And More
    Author Kitty Burns Florey is no stranger to New Haven. She's a former employee of both the New Haven Advocate and the Foundry Bookstore. On Thursday, Jan. 23, she'll visit the Allis-Bushnell House in Madison to present her novel "The Writing Master,"...
  • Review: Christopher Plummer, a man of letters, says 'A Word or Two'

    Review: Christopher Plummer, a man of letters, says 'A Word or Two'
    If you've ever said to yourself after being wowed by an actor of Christopher Plummer's caliber, "They sure don't make 'em like that anymore," then you won't want to miss Plummer's one-man show, "A Word or Two," at the Ahmanson Theatre. He more or less...