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  • Harold Pinter, influential playwright and Nobel winner, dies at 78

    Harold Pinter, influential playwright and Nobel winner, dies at 78
    Harold Pinter, the Nobel Prize-winning British playwright who addressed the isolation, fear and brutality of life in an original style that changed the face of 20th century theater, has died. He was 78. Pinter, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for...
  • Pat Hingle dies at 84; veteran actor was perhaps best known for 'Batman' role

    Pat Hingle dies at 84; veteran actor was perhaps best known for 'Batman' role
    Pat Hingle, the veteran actor with more than half a century of impressive work in theater, film and television who was perhaps best known to a generation of movie fans as Commissioner James Gordon in the first four "Batman" films, has died. He was 84....
  • Robert Prosky dies at 77; stage, TV and film actor appeared in 'Hill Street Blues'

    Robert Prosky dies at 77; stage, TV and film actor appeared in 'Hill Street Blues'
    Robert Prosky, a character actor with hundreds of film, TV and stage credits, and whose roles included an avuncular sergeant on the NBC police drama "Hill Street Blues" and a desperate real estate salesman in David Mamet's play "Glengarry Glen Ross,"...
  • PASSINGS

    Lee Solters Publicist for Broadway, Hollywood Lee Solters, 89, a longtime publicist who worked with some of the biggest names of Broadway and Hollywood, died Monday of natural causes at his home in West Hollywood, according to Jerry Digney, his...
  • PASSINGS: Napoleon A. Jones Jr., John Silard, Ruben Castro, Amin Hafez, Thor Arngrim

    PASSINGS: Napoleon A. Jones Jr., John Silard, Ruben Castro, Amin Hafez, Thor Arngrim
    Napoleon A. Jones Jr. Judge in San Diego Scouts case Napoleon A. Jones Jr., 69, the federal judge who ruled in a San Diego case that the Boy Scouts were a religious group and couldn't lease city land, died Dec. 12 at his home in northern San Diego...
  • Nan Martin dies at 82; prolific actress

    Nan Martin dies at 82; prolific actress
    Nan Martin, a stage, TV and film actress who played Ali MacGraw's snobbish mother in "Goodbye, Columbus" and was a mainstay on the Southern California theater scene for decades, has died. She was 82. Martin, who suffered from emphysema, died Thursday...
  • Leaving art out of history

    How did George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" reflect both the Jewish and African American experience in America? Why was Ernest Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises" so influential for modern fiction and journalism? What was Abstract Expressionism, and why did...
  • Scarlett Johansson hits the Broadway boards

     
    Scarlett Johansson started acting early — although she’s just 25 years old, her performing career already spans 16 years — and knows the usual drill. “I’m really used to a camera following me,” she says. Yet for all of her......
  • Monster Mash: Autry president to retire; Einstein's theory of relativity goes public; LuPone's ballet debut

     
    --Bidding farewell: John L. Gray, president of the Autry National Center of the American West, will announce his retirement today. (Los Angeles Times) --Scientific treasure: The original 46-page manuscript of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity...
  • It’s all about theater for PlayFest guest Philip Seymour Hoffman

     
    Philip Seymour Hoffman may be agreeable in most respects but one: If you suggest, or if he thinks you have suggested, that he lives to make movies....
  • 'At the Movies': Canceled, but maybe it's 'kind of temporary'

     
    A.O. Scott (left) and the Tribune's Michael Phillips. Sometimes online comments really do tell the story. Take these, for example, found on the Entertainment Weekly site (ew.com) following news that Disney-ABC had canceled the long-running weekly half-...
  • 40 years ago today: 'Patton' was released, then slapped Oscar

     
    Exactly four decades ago today "Patton" was released to theaters, grossing $61.7 million on a budget of $12 million. At the Oscars, the biopic about bully World War II general George S. Patton was nominated for 10 awards, winning seven, including best...