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  • Swash is comically buckled in Toby's 'Pirates of Penzance' [Review]

    Swash is comically buckled in Toby's 'Pirates of Penzance' [Review]
    Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance" was originally staged in 1879, but its melodious score and satirical spirit make it seem fresh today. That's why this Victorian-era British operetta works so well at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia, where contemporary Broadway musicals are the norm.
  • 'Mack Sennett Collection' gathers 50 slapstick classics into one set

     'Mack Sennett Collection' gathers 50 slapstick classics into one set
    The Keystone Film Co., under the direction of producer-director Mack Sennett, is considered the birthplace of slapstick comedy. The roster included a who's who of comedy including Charlie Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Harold Lloyd,...

    Charlie Chaplin's evolving talent seen in 'Chaplin's Mutual Comedies'

    Charlie Chaplin's evolving talent seen in 'Chaplin's Mutual Comedies'
    Watching the new Blu-ray/DVD set "Chaplin's Mutual Comedies" is a revelation because one can witness a master filmmaker coming of age. Charlie Chaplin introduced his beloved, baggy-panted Tramp in 1914 while at Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios. In the...

    Datebook: Beastly dinner, calligraphy art, sonic pieces at Schindler

    Datebook: Beastly dinner, calligraphy art, sonic pieces at Schindler
    A dinner and performance that channel Jacques Derrida and a bestiary, a series of sound pieces at Rudolph Schindler's historic home in West Hollywood, and art made from Arabic and Farsi calligraphy. Plus, YouTubing in a parking lot and a book party for...

    Film Review: 'Li'l Quinquin'

    Perhaps not since Greta Garbo uttered her celebrated first chortle in "Ninotchka" has a film artist's entrance into comedy been quite as unexpected as that of French director Bruno Dumont. A high priest of cine-miserablism drawn to Bressonian tales of...