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  • Theater review: 'All My Sons' at the Matrix

     
    A review for the Los Angeles Times of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" at the Matrix Theatre. Anne Gee Byrd and Alex Morris lead the nontraditionally cast production. By Daryl H. Miller....
  • The Spotlight: Alex Morris and A.K. Murtadha in 'All My Sons'

     
    The Matrix is presenting Arthur Miller's drama "All My Sons" with a multiracial cast — as part of a series of plays through which it is examining race in America....
  • 'Smash' recap episode 5: What would Marilyn do?

     
    Ok, “Smash,” we get it. Marilyn Monroe was a sultry slinky sex kitten who was eaten alive by her own deep insecurities, and Ivy Lynn and Karen are asking themselves "What would Marilyn do?" in the 5 episode recap of "Smash."...
  • 'Margo Veil,' 'Raisin in the Sun' top L.A. Drama Critics awards

     
    The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle handed out its annual awards at a ceremony Monday at A Noise Within in Pasadena. The evening's biggest winners were "Margo Veil," a new play by Len Jenkins that was performed at the Odyssey......
  • Theater review: 'Death of a Salesman' on Broadway

     
    "Death of Salesman" directed by Mike Nichols, opens at the Barrymore Theatre on Broadway, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Linda Emond and Andrew Garfield....
  • Ulu Grosbard, noted stage and film director, dies at 83

     
    Ulu Grosbard, the stage and film director who helmed "The Subject was Roses" on Broadway and later as a movie, has died at 83....
  • 'Smash' recap: Ellis stirs up drama with a capital 'D'

     
    Last week, I mentioned that the “Glee” bug had bit “Smash” right in the cortex, and that hasn’t changed. In fact, this week, we got no showtunes at all; the one original song, “Touch Me,” was written by...
  • Grammy, Pulitzer winners, TV star among highlights of upcoming Zoellner season

     
    A Grammy Award-winning trumpeter, the world premiere of a song cycle based on poems by Carl Reiner’s daughter, dazzling international dance ensembles, circus arts and perhaps America’s premier storyteller will highlight the 16th season of...
  • John Malkovich's message to the theater world on its special day

     
    John Malkovich will give the annual message for World Theatre Day in Paris at a March 22 kickoff gala of events leading up to the 50th annual celebration on March 27. Here's the text he'll deliver....
  • 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...
  • Kent

    Kent
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Named by the General Assembly after Kent county in England. Its Indian name was Scatacook, meaning a place where a river divides. ORIGINS: The area was originally part of the western lands formerly held by Hartford and Windsor. In...
  • 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,...