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  • Plane Crash Survivor Dies, Dec. 17, 1960

     
    Marilyn Monroe: “The breakup that was to make Arthur Miller another ex-Mr. Marilyn Monroe, like Jim Dougherty and Joe DiMaggio, had been presaged by the declining status of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright in the Monroe menage as well as in the...
  • Screenwriter Nicholas Kazan to present new play at Atwater Village Theatre

     
    The writer Nicholas Kazan is famous for his screenplays -- he received an Oscar nomination for "Reversal of Fortune" in 1991 -- and for being the son of the late director Elia Kazan. But he also has carved out a......
  • Album review: The Decemberists' 'The King Is Dead'

     
    On “The Hazards of Love,” the 2009 album from the Decemberists, frontman Colin Meloy and his merry band of Pacific Northwest hucksters created a medieval rock opera. The band’s latest album, “The King Is Dead,” takes the opposite tack,...
  • Culture Watch: What's new in books, theater, music and DVDs

     
    BOOKS “L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980” Lyn Kienholz, ed. 516 pp. (California/International Arts Foundation). Perry Mason had an art gallery? Yes, the Raymond Burr Gallery was once in Beverly Hills. That's one factoid in an instantly...
  • USC art exhibition raises a question: Has any strong visual artist also been an accomplished athlete?

     
    Has a reasonably accomplished athlete –- someone who had at least a pretty good run as a team member or solo competitor in intercollegiate or professional sports –- ever gone on to be a reasonably acclaimed visual artist? The question......
  • Theater review: 'Death of a Salesman' at the Old Globe

     
    Jeffrey DeMunn may not be an obvious choice for Willy Loman, the protagonist of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” but he manages to assemble the character with his own distinctive qualities in Pam MacKinnon’s solid, if unusually stern,...
  • Award-winning director Sidney Lumet dies

    Award-winning director Sidney Lumet dies
    Sidney Lumet, the award-winning director of such acclaimed films as "Network," "Serpico," "Dog Day Afternoon" and "12 Angry Men," has died. He was 86. Lumet's death was confirmed Saturday by Marc Kusnetz, who is the husband of Lumet's stepdaughter,...
  • Christopher Lloyd In "Death Of A Salesman" Comes To Simsbury

    Stage, TV and screen actor Christopher Lloyd will star as Willy Loman in the Weston (Vt.) Playhouse production of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" at Werner Centennial Center at Westminster School in Simsbury Tuesday Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. A limited...
  • Theater review: 'The Crucible' at Theatre Downtown

    Theater 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 on this...
  • On Theater: Starting year with Miller dramas

    With the arrival of the new year comes another batch of local stage productions. A pair of Arthur Miller dramas will help get 2011 off and running. The first of these, "The Crucible," bows in Friday at UC Irvine's Claire Trevor Theater. Directed by...
  • Theater listings: Continuing shows in Chicago

    Theater listings: Continuing shows in Chicago
    1,2,3 Fag!: Local comics Seth Dodson ("Impress These Apes" champion), John Hartman ("Baby Wants Candy") and Kellen Alexander (from iO and The Playground teams) perform an interconnected, four-scene improv set with multiple characters. The Katydids and...
  • On Theater: A marvelously manic 'Midsummer' at SCR

    On Theater: A marvelously manic 'Midsummer' at SCR
    Shakespeare still packs 'em in. There wasn't a vacant seat in sight at the opening of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at South Coast Repertory — and after word gets out, there'll likely be few throughout the run. The Bard's most visually attractive,...