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There are delectable edibles inside the Runcible Spoon café, but visitors must be lured by aroma alone. The display cases are hidden by the picture window. Yes, hidden, because it's covered with handbills. There are various offers for massage therapy,...
Courant Staff WriterIn his will, William Gillette instructed that upon his death his beloved home not be sold "to some blithering saphead." While one might argue that the state of Connecticut does, or does not, ordinarily meet the criteria, in this instance it is probably...
Tribune arts reporterOver at the Bailiwick Arts Center, they're billing James Pelton's earnest summer revival of Frederick Lonsdale's "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney" as a Chicago premiere. While I have found no irrefutable evidence to the contrary, that claim is difficult to...
Tribune arts reporterUnder the pithy new title of "Melancholy Baby," Second City Theatricals' production of "Hamlet! The Musical" is moving off-off-Broadway. Seen in Chicago last summer at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre on Navy Pier, Jeff Richmond and Michael Thomas'...
Tags: Defense, Death, Navy Pier, Behavioral Conditions, Music Theater
I had gone on this wintry afternoon to the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building in search of a shrine. But, "Nah," said the elevator operator. "They redid a lot of the space up here a couple years ago. Now, it's mostly offices." So what I sought had...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Melvyn Douglas as Tom Garrison in I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER Jamel Productions; Columbia James Earl Jones as Jack Jefferson in THE GREAT WHITE HOPE Lawrence Turman Films Production; 20th Century-...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Wallace Beery as Champ in THE CHAMP MGM Alfred Lunt as The Actor in THE GUARDSMAN MGM Fredric March as Dr. Henry Jekyll/Mr. Hyde in DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE Paramount Publix Performance by an...
Special to the TribuneDespite its unwieldy name, sporadic production schedule, and generally low profile, Broutil and Frothingham Productions is becoming a very welcome addition to Chicago's off-Loop scene. This troupe's previous presentations of Alan Ayckbourn's "How the...
Tags: Chicago Loop, Tom Stoppard, Death
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterArthur Hailey, the storyteller who made a fortune using seemingly mundane topics such as hotel management, international banking and snow-packed airports as settings for wildly bestselling, page-turning novels, died yesterday in the Bahamas. He was 84....
Tribune arts reporterCreating an original musical about such remarkable personalities as the Vicious Circle, Dorothy Parker's glib, wacky crowd of up-market gossips who supped on a daily basis at the Algonquin Hotel, is a bit like penning an original show about Noel Coward or...
Staff WriterFree tickets for the least controversial, most conventional shows have already been allotted to Republican delegates for the Aug. 29 "Salute to Broadway." Florida has been assigned to "Fiddler on the Roof" and Ohio is going to hear "Why-oh-why-oh-why-oh,...
Tags: Nazi Party, Billy Joel, Hugh Jackman, Tony Awards, Golda Meir
Still churning up America's most scenic rivers at age 77, the paddlewheeler Delta Queen just keeps on rolling as the nation's oldest and most beloved authentic steamboat. By bragging rights common to most pilot houses, it really ought to be classified as...
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