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  • Studio On The Run: 'Covert Affairs' Actor Sendhil Ramamurthy

    Studio On The Run: 'Covert Affairs' Actor Sendhil Ramamurthy
    Covert Affairs actor Sendhil Ramamurthy hopped on the Dunkin Donuts Studio On The Run to talk about: never wanting to be an actor, being pre-med and his parents remind him of it every day, playing an intern on the pilot to Grey's Anatomy, his first acting...
  • Memorial Set For Burry Fredrik, Tony Award-Winning Producer, At Westport Playhouse

    Memorial Set For Burry Fredrik, Tony Award-Winning Producer, At Westport Playhouse
    Sad news: Burry Fredrik, a Tony Award--winning producer and director over five decades died in her home in Weston May 22. Cause of death was complications from a stroke she suffered two years ago, She was 86. She co-produced Tom Stoppard’s “...
  • 'Lips Together, Teeth Apart' at the Westport County Playhouse

    'Lips Together, Teeth Apart' at the Westport County Playhouse
    Lips Together Teeth Apart Through July 30 at Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, Westport. (203) 227-4177, westportplayhouse.org. Two couples relax around the pool at an idyllic beach house in Fire Island. They lapse into showtunes and exult...
  • Timothy Douglas' plans for 'shaking down' Remy Bumppo

    Timothy Douglas' plans for 'shaking down' Remy Bumppo
    "Well, let's be honest," said Timothy Douglas, over a coffee in Evanston the other day. "There aren't many people who look like me running theater companies that look like Remy Bumppo." Douglas, the new artistic director of that very Chicago company, was...
  • 'Or,' tells playwright's tale of intrigue; more fizzle than 'Sizzle'

    'Or,' tells playwright's tale of intrigue; more fizzle than 'Sizzle'
    "Or," ***1/2Traveler, lover, playwright, spy — Aphra Behn’s improbable careers could have filled a few John Le Carre novels. The 17th century author of “The Rover” is cited most often as the first woman who earned her living...
  • Roxanna Hope Stars In Hartford Stage' "Hedda Gabler"

    Roxanna Hope Stars In Hartford Stage' "Hedda Gabler"
    Roxanna Hope, who played Caroline Cushing in Frost/Nixon on Broadway will play the title role in Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler"," the season opener at Hartford Stage. The show, directed by Jennifer Tarver (the Canadian director who staged "Krapp's Last...
  • STEPPENWOLF STEPPIN' OUT

    STEPPENWOLF STEPPIN' OUT
    Deanna Dunagan was Broadway-bound and she was not happy. It was mid-October and she was due to leave in a week for New York, where she would reprise her acclaimed performance as Violet Weston, the pill-addicted, cancer-stricken monster of a mother at the...
  • Glenn Goldman, owner of Book Soup, dies at 58

    Glenn Goldman, whose independent bookstore, Book Soup, became a Sunset Boulevard landmark known for its tall, teetering stacks and mazes of shelves crammed with titles that attracted entertainment and tourist industry clientele, died Saturday. He was 58....
  • PASSINGS

    Albert L. Greene Hospital president Albert L. Greene, 59, president and chief executive of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys since 2006, died Thursday at his home in Calabasas. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in June, the hospital...
  • Off-kilter is still Jeremy Irons' calling

    Off-kilter is still Jeremy Irons' calling
    In "Impressionism," the new play by Michael Jacobs, art gallery owner Katharine Keenan (Joan Allen) playfully teases shy colleague Thomas Buckle about "a hideous sexual problem." That figures. After all, Thomas is played by Jeremy Irons, who has never...
  • Theater: Amid the many bloated musicals, originality sneaks in

    Theater: Amid the many bloated musicals, originality sneaks in
    Millennial anxieties ushered in the new decade with Y2K panic, 9/11 made it seem as if the paranoid were on to something, two quagmire wars were launched and the Great Recession left everyone wondering about the prognosis of the American economy as it...
  • 'In the Heights' and 'South Pacific' lead Tony nominations

    'In the Heights' and 'South Pacific' lead Tony nominations
    NEW YORK -- "In the Heights," a bold new musical about Latinos in Upper Manhattan, captured an eye-popping 13 Tony nominations, and the critically praised revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" won 12 as the 62nd annual Tony Awards...