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  • ‘The Crucible’ at Theatre Downtown plays with idea of power

     
    Here's an early look at a story I wrote for Sunday's print edition of the Orlando Sentinel: Not every high-school senior spends her evenings accusing her teacher of witchcraft and plotting to steal her husband. But for Hilty Bowen, 18, it’s all part of....
  • Review: ‘The Crucible’ at Theatre Downtown

     
    Lies. Gossip. Accusations. Spite. These are the things that live in the shadows of our lives, lurking and waiting to spring forth whenever the ugly side of human nature allows. Theatre Downtown’s production of “The Crucible” shines a light...
  • Monster Mash: Resnicks receive FTC complaint about Pom drinks; senators threaten women's museum

     
    -- Regulatory trouble: The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against Pom Wonderful and its billionaire owners, Lynda and Stewart Resnick, just days after the couple presided over the opening of a new LACMA pavilion bearing their name. (Los......
  • Required reading: Closing argument

    As the Family Secrets trial was put into the hands of the jury, City Hall offered up poetic symmetry in choosing a book for all Chicagoans to read as part of its One-Book-One-Chicago program: "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller, a social commentary about...
  • Katie Holmes Heads to Broadway

    On the heels of the tepid "Mad Money," Katie Holmes is hoping for a better reception on the Great White Way. The 29-year-old actress has signed up for her Broadway debut this fall in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," report news sources. Holmes joins a...
  • Graduations Well Under Way; Simsbury Cops Find Pipe Bomb

    Graduations Well Under Way; Simsbury Cops Find Pipe Bomb
    Graduations are held at Miss Porter's School and Ethel Walker. Avon officials trim their budget. And Simsbury cops find a roasting chicken along roadway with a pipe bomb stuffed inside. Here is a round-up of some of the news stories from Farmington...
  • `Spring' shout-out

    "SPRING Awakening," the musical lauded for giving Broadway fresh impetus by using rock songs to intensify its tale of teenagers wrestling with their libidos in 19th century Germany, racked up eight Tony Awards on Sunday night. Its haul during the Tonys'...
  • What was Kim Cattrall doing in Rudyard Kipling's bathtub?

    What was Kim Cattrall doing in Rudyard Kipling's bathtub?
    Though Kim Cattrall is best known as Carrie Bradshaw's man-eating friend Samantha Jones in the HBO comedy series "Sex and the City" and in this summer's hit movie based on the show, the English-born Canadian-raised 51-year-old actress has a strong...
  • Estelle Getty, 84; 'Golden Girls' actress brought humor, depth to mother roles

    Estelle Getty, 84; 'Golden Girls' actress brought humor, depth to mother roles
    Estelle Getty, whose acting career bloomed late in life with her Emmy-winning performance as Sophia Petrillo, the wisecracking mother of Bea Arthur's character on the popular NBC sitcom "The Golden Girls," died Tuesday. She was 84. Getty, who also won...
  • For Scott Rudin, there will be quality

    For Scott Rudin, there will be quality
    SCOTT RUDIN met one of the key role models for his life when he was a teenager. In the early 1970s, when other kids were playing guitar, shooting hoops or just seeing how long their hair could grow, the 15-year-old Rudin spent his days working for theater...
  • Scarlett Johansson confirmed for Broadway's 'A View from the Bridge'

     
    Let the ticket frenzy commence. Scarlett Johansson is coming to Broadway this winter in a revival production of Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge," which is scheduled to open Jan. 14 at the Cort Theatre. Johansson will be making......
  • Monster Mash: Museum wants Obama's Nobel money; Ingmar Bergman's property; Levine's setback

     
    -- Wishful: The Dayton International Peace Museum hopes that President Obama will donate some or all of his $1.4-million Nobel Peace Prize money. (Associated Press) -- Good use: Ingmar Bergman's former properties will become a nonprofit center for artists...