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  • Echoes of Blago in TimeLine Theatre's Chicago-style 'Frost/Nixon'

     
    THEATER REVIEW: "Frost / Nixon" ★★★½ Through Oct. 10 at TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington Ave.; Running Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes; Tickets: $28-$38 at 773-281-8463 and www.timelinetheatre.com Few would call Rod R. Blagojevich wholly Nixonian. In...
  • With HBO's 'Special Relationship,' Peter Morgan gets top billing

     
    Writers have never gotten any respect in Hollywood, whether it was from the legendary producer Sam Goldwyn, who airily dismissed them as "schmucks with Underwoods," to the studio chiefs of today, who often hire competing teams of writers to work......
  • TimeLine adds 'In Darfur' to 2010-11 slate

     
    TimeLine Theatre said Thursday that it will produce Winter Miller's "In Darfur" in its 2010-11 season, filling the hitherto empty subscription slot in January. To be directed at TimeLine by Nick Bowling, "In Darfur" draws from Miller's experiences...
  • 'Red' and 'La Cage' helmers win Tony Awards

     
    Michael Grandage continued the romp of "Red" through tonight's Tony Awards winning the best director of a play Tony. He helmed the London production as well which also starred Tony nominee Alfred Molina and winner Eddie Redmayne. Grandage lost the 2007...
  • Nottingham’s Sheriff Macfadyen on his Musketeer role

     
    His work as the Sheriff of Nottingham has led to at least one phone call, according to the terrific British character actor and sometime leading man Matthew Macfadyen. He's about to don the big French boots and pick up the sword as one of The Three...
  • 'Unthinkable'

    'Unthinkable'
    The television series "24" often explored the boundaries of torture in extracting information necessary to the country's safety, and this melodrama hinges on much the same theme. Samuel L. Jackson plays the self-styled agent charged with getting the...
  • Universal's Back Lot Reopens Two Years After Fire

    Universal's Back Lot Reopens Two Years After Fire
    UNIVERSAL CITY -- The 13-block New York City set on Universal Studios' back lot reopened Thursday, two years after the historic site was destroyed by fire. New York Street has been a fixture in Hollywood for decades and has been the setting of...
  • Reel Critics: Reluctant psychic in complex tale

    Reel Critics: Reluctant psychic in complex tale
    Clint Eastwood continues his successful run of directing first-rate movies that keep breaking new ground. "Hereafter" is a meditation on the profound changes that alter anyone's life when the sudden death of someone close to us occurs. The story follows...
  • 'Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue'

    'Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue'
    Indeed, Peter Pan's magical companion tries to save others of her kind in this animated, direct-to-video Disney fantasy. Current "Parenthood" co-star Mae Whitman - also heard in "Tinker Bell" and "Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure" - reprises the voice of...
  • With 'Hereafter,' Clint Eastwood contemplates what's next

    With 'Hereafter,' Clint Eastwood contemplates what's next
    — On a recent misty morning, if you were standing in the right spot, you could have looked up to see a helicopter emerge from the pale heavens above this coastal enclave and a famous face squinting in concentration from the pilot's seat. Clint...
  • 'Ann' is a portrait of a pioneer governor

     'Ann' is a portrait of a pioneer governor
    Holland Taylor, the classy, Emmy Award-winning actress, met Dorothy Ann Willis Richards, the twinkly-eyed former governor of Texas, only briefly. "But when she died," Taylor said over coffee recently, "I remained upset for months as though she were...
  • Born on Broadway isn't a sure pedigree

    Born on Broadway isn't a sure pedigree
    This fall, theater fans may be in for a little déjà vu: "Carnage," "Ides of March," "A Dangerous Method" and "War Horse" are all films, opening from October through December, that have been adapted from plays. All are also popping up with early buzz,...