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Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre will begin its 47th season of theater under the stars May 23 with Paul Kelly's "Swing." The show, which debuted on Broadway in 1999, will open the troupe's season of three musicals at the outdoor theater at 143 Compromise...
Tags: Annapolis, Entertainment Events, Music, Tony Awards, Theater
The Hartford CourantLittle Red Riding Hood has grown up. Danielle Ferland, who played the sassy and spirited crimson-caped girl 25 years ago in the original Broadway production of "Into the Woods," is playing the role of The Baker's Wife in a revival of the musical at the...
Tags: Amy Adams, Tony Awards, Concerts, Central Park, Music Theater
Culture MonsterNew Year's Eve TV programming...
Culture MonsterAmy Adams has showed off her singing chops in the movies "Enchanted" and last year's "The Muppets." Now the three-time Oscar nominee will have chance to sing for live audiences on a daily basis in the Public Theater's revival of "Into the Woods" in New...
Culture MonsterYou don't normally see this many Broadway stars gathered together unless it's the Tony Awards. But the recent series of gay-teen suicides around the country has spurred New York's theater community to create its own "It gets better" video, aimed......
Orlando Theater BlogDon't forget Wednesday night on PBS, “Great Performances” will air “Sondheim! The Birthday Concert,” celebrating the 80th birthday of legendary composer Stephen Sondheim. The program airs at 9 p.m. on WMFE-Channel 24. Here's the...
Rehearsals have been anything but ordinary for UC Irvine students preparing for their production of Stephen Sondheim's tour-de-force musical "Into the Woods." Along with their usual blocking and memorization duties, the students studied with and performed...
Zap2ItThere's plenty of "comedy tonight" to be sure, but "Sondheim! The Birthday Concert" -- a star-packed two-hour gala premiering Wednesday, Nov. 24, on PBS' "Great Performances" (check local listings) -- is devoted mainly to honoring the dazzling music and...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 17, 1997 Welcome to the movies, but not the kind that advertise in family newspapers. Movies without development deals, agents or talky scripts, where crews are small and lighting is haphazard because the director understands "there...
Tags: Minority Groups, Adults, Marky Mark, John C. Reilly, Movies
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 26, 2001 Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey have great chemistry in "The Wedding Planner," but their megawatt star power is short-circuited by the movie's lack of energy and crackling dialogue. Their charisma will likely be enough...
Tags: Dolores Del Rio, Movies, Judy Greer, San Francisco, Weddings
Courant Film CriticWith the arrival in theaters of "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," the final filmic chapter of the J.R.R. Tolkien saga is a wrap. Or is it? If the hobbits and their odd-fellow companions are anything like such successful film franchise...
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