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Today will mark the last time that Trent Deyo must morph from an ordinary, middle-aged man into the hulking green monstrosity the public sees on stage. Deyo is the actor in the Aberdeen Community Theatre who plays the monster created by Dr....
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Staff writerMel Brooks takes a bow, "True Blood" returns and the Daytime Emmys are handed out. But the weekend's most-watched show is likely to be Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs play at 8 p.m. Sunday on ABC. The Heat came back...
Jerry Seinfeld is back behind the wheel this week with new episodes of his most interesting post-"Seinfeld" project: "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." Capitalizing on the recent trend of comedians hosting shows where they interview other comedians...
As the first half of “Young Frankenstein” comes to a close, there's a monster on the loose. The large green creature goes into the crowd at the intermission of the Aberdeen Community Theatre production. The monster angrily stomps up the...
Tags: Music Theater, Music, Igor (movie)
New Britain"The Producers" by Mel Brooks is coming to New Britain for three weekends, starting on Friday, June 21. The satirical dark comedy musical, originally a cult classic movie, set in the late 1960s, tells the story of a theatrical producer, Max Bialystock,...
The Fresno BeeA young man faces giant problems while a young woman has some big problems of her own in this week's new DVD releases. "Jack the Giant Slayer," Grade B: A young farmer (Nicholas Hoult) opens a gateway to a world of giants. This is the latest film...
You don't have to be Jewish to love comedian Allan Sherman. But if you are - and especially if you are a baby boomer - chances are he was a touchstone of your childhood. For a brief and shining moment in the early 1960s, the bespectacled, corpulent...
Tags: Judaism, Game Shows, Seinfeld (tv program), Music, Television
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThe great African-American comedian and actor Richard Pryor died of a heart attack at age 65 in 2005. By then, Pryor who had mostly retreated from public life after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1986 had spent his final decade in seclusion....
Austin American-StatesmanJon Stewart takes a breather, ABC counts down the minutes until it runs out of "Zero Hour" episodes and "True Blood" is back. Here's what to watch and what to avoid on television this week: Monday: "Major Crimes" 8 p.m., TNT: A member of a filmmaker'...
On a stunning Tony Awards night for Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company, whose revival of “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” proved triumphant in more categories than expected, “Matilda,” the spunky, imported, heavily favored...
Contra Costa TimesDON'T MISS: "GAME OF THRONES" SEASON FINALE We're still recovering from the brutal bloodbath of the so-called "Red Wedding." So it hardly seems fair that Season 3 of this epic fantasy now rushes to a close. Of course, we have some burning questions:...
The songs are fun, there's lots of comedy and the monster is green. The Aberdeen Community Theatre is presenting "The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein" this week. Ensemble member Christopher Rinkenberger calls the musical crazy, quirky...
Tags: Music Theater, Music, New York City, Igor (movie), Movies
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