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  • 'Horrible Bosses': The next R-rated comedy blockbuster?

     
    I don't know about you, but if I were going to assemble a batch of great comedy films that we could send into outer space to help a faraway alien civilization understand what really makes America so daffy and wonderfully......
  • Monster Mash: Chelsea Art Museum closes doors for August; Bob Dylan to unveil new artwork

     
    -- Real-estate woes: The Chelsea Art Museum in New York has shut its doors for the remainder of August as it fights the possibility of foreclosure on its home. (Wall Street Journal) -- Celebrity art: Bob Dylan will unveil a......
  • ‘Some Girl(s)’ opening night to benefit Orlando Fringe Festival

     
    Greater Orlando Actors Theatre (GOAT) announces Fringe Night, a benefit for the Orlando International Fringe Festival this Thursday, Aug. 19, in conjunction with the opening-night performance of Some Girl(s) in the Mandell Theatre at the John & Rita...
  • HOT NEW FACES: Our annual picks of 10 actors to watch for on Chicago-area stages

     
    Feel the heat outside? Well, it's hot at the Theater Loop. Each summer, we introduce you to a half-dozen or more young actors from the Chicago-area stage — our picks for future theatrical stardom. This time, we found so many......
  • Monday reminders: ‘Some Girl(s), ‘Macbeth’ and Mad Cow shopping

     
    Three quick reminders for a Monday afternoon: First, there are two choices for theater tonight, rather rare for a Monday. Tonight is the industry-night performance of G.O.A.T.'s “Some Girl(s).” That means entertainment-industry professionals...
  • Pacific Symphony wants you to follow Twitter during concert

     
    When is following Twitter during a classical concert not considered rude? How about when the orchestra expressly asks you to? The Pacific Symphony is requesting that patrons break with the rules of concert decorum on Saturday by keeping their cellphones.....
  • ‘Some Girl(s)’ Sunday show now at 8 p.m.

     
    GOAT has decided to change the time of its production of  “Some Girl(s)” to 8 p.m. this Sunday. Unfortunately, it will be wrong in the print edition of Calendar, which is printed ahead of time, so I've corrected it here in the online version....
  • Final weekend of ‘Some Girl(s)’ from GOAT

     
    Here's an advance look at the theater-page spotlight from Friday's Calendar section: WHAT: Corey Volence (pictured, center) is outnumbered five to one in this battle of the sexes from the Greater Orlando Actors Theatre. But don’t count Volence out:...
  • 'Lost' star Matthew Fox in talks for Neil LaBute play in London

     
    On the red carpet Sunday, “Lost” star Matthew Fox let it drop that his career plans will take him to London in the spring to appear in a play that he didn't name. Apparently, it's not the first time he’s......
  • Chris Pine to star in 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore' at the Mark Taper Forum

     
    Chris Pine, who's been a hot commodity since he starred as the young Capt. James T. Kirk in the movie "Star Trek" last year, will play Padraic the overzealous terrorist in Martin McDonagh's "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" at the Mark......
  • Nancy Travis, Conchata Ferrell to join 'Love, Loss and What I Wore' at Geffen Playhouse

     
    The Geffen Playhouse's production of "Love, Loss and What I Wore" will have a casting change June 10 and the theater has just confirmed the new set of actresses for the production that was written by Nora Ephron and Delia......
  • Postcard from New York: An evening of 'filthy' talk from Neil LaBute

     
    One seemingly ironclad rule of contemporary theater: All Neil LaBute relationships end horribly. Right? Apparently not. One year after LaBute and MCC, the small Off-Broadway theater company helmed by Robert LuPone and Bernard Telsey, seemingly split in...