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  • Fashion Diary: Under the big top at New York Fashion Week

    Fashion Diary: Under the big top at New York Fashion Week
    NEW YORK — Reality show stars-turned designers! Olympians fresh from performing feats of strength at the Summer Games! Peacockish bloggers taking pictures and typing on smartphones while walking on death-defying stilettos! There is all that and...
  • 'TomKat Project' wins spot in Fringe Fest

    'TomKat Project' wins spot in Fringe Fest
    "The TomKat Project," a satiric comedy by Brandon Ogborn that runs through May 29 at the Playground Theater, has been accepted to play at the New York International Fringe Festival in August. "TomKat" is an examination of pop culture through the lens of...
  • PASSINGS: Chi Cheng, Errol Mann, George Jackson, Sir Colin Davis

    PASSINGS: Chi Cheng, Errol Mann, George Jackson, Sir Colin Davis
    Chi Cheng Deftones bassist injured in car crash Chi Cheng, 42, the bassist for the Grammy-winning rock band the Deftones, died Saturday at a Sacramento hospital from injuries he suffered in an automobile crash more than four years ago. His mother,...
  • Scott McKenzie dies at 73; his 'San Francisco' caught flower-power wave

    Scott McKenzie dies at 73; his 'San Francisco' caught flower-power wave
    Scott McKenzie, whose 1967 hit single "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" captured the spirit of the '60s flower-power movement and became a generational touchstone, has died. He was 73. McKenzie died Saturday at his home in Silver...
  • For Shannon and Van Swearingen, you can bet it's personal

    For Shannon and Van Swearingen, you can bet it's personal
    Anyone walking in off the street just to see General Zod up close is likely to be bemused and perhaps confounded by Sam Shepard's "Simpatico," a bizarre and byzantine drama even by Shepardian standards. But for anyone who has watched Michael Shannon and...
  • Ready or not Chicago, 'The Book of Mormon'

    Ready or not Chicago,  'The Book of Mormon'
    CULVER CITY, Calif. — It's 4:30 p.m. on a warm November Monday in a nondescript building in Culver City. Trey Parker is pacing around the writers room at the so-called South Park Studios — which, once you're inside, feels like a cross...
  • High hopes for 'TomKat Project' at NYC Fringe Fest

    High hopes for 'TomKat Project' at NYC Fringe Fest
    After an 18-week sold-out run at the Playground Theater, one of the funniest shows of the year is headed to the New York International Fringe Festival next month. A biting, thought-provoking satire of Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Scientology and our...
  • TomKat Project extends at Playground

    TomKat Project extends at Playground
    "The Tomkat Project" has announced an extension through May 29, and could go further. The comedy about the three-way relationship between Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes and Scientology has been selling out houses every Wednesday at the the Playground Theater,...
  • 'Homecoming 1972' at Chicago Dramatists ★★

    'Homecoming 1972' at Chicago Dramatists ★★½
    In Oliver Stone's "Born of the Fourth of July," the 1989 movie that earned Tom Cruise his first Academy Award nomination, there's a potent tableau set during an Independence Day parade in Massapequa, N.Y., wherein shell-shocked veterans of the war in...
  • British publisher drops Lawrence Wright's new Scientology book

    British publisher drops Lawrence Wright's new Scientology book
    British publisher Transworld has canceled its plans to publish "Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief" by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lawrence Wright. The book will be published in the U.S. by Knopf on Jan. 17. The reason...
  • Fall Theater 2012: Broadway highlights include 'Annie,' 'Glengarry,' 'Virginia Woolf'

    Fall Theater 2012: Broadway highlights include 'Annie,' 'Glengarry,' 'Virginia Woolf'
    So who's more in tune with the times? Boozy Martha, Katie Holmes or Little Orphan Annie? Passive aggression, defiant independence and sunny optimism all are offered as part of the fall season on Broadway, where "Annie" gets her first Broadway revival at...
  • Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy

    Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy
    With films like “Top Gun” and “Man on Fire,” Tony Scott made spectacle movies about men who live by a code and face death on their own terms -- spies and crime lords, race car drivers and fighter pilots. Recently, the director-...