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  • 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......
  • Do more than follow the music

    When is following Twitter during a classical concert not considered rude? How about when the orchestra expressly asks you to? The Costa Mesa-based Pacific Symphony is requesting that patrons break with the rules of concert decorum on Saturday by...
  • On Campus at GCC: Auditions coming for fall productions

    Open auditions for the Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department productions of Neil LaBute’s “Autobahn” and “The Shape of Things” will be held at 7 p.m. Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 in the Auditorium. Those auditioning...
  • Happenings on GCC's campus

    A $5 preview night special is offered for the opening of “The Shape of Things” by Neil LaBute in the Glendale Community College Auditorium Studio Theatre at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Additional shows at regular pricing will be Oct. 20, 21...
  • Take your pick of the best — or only — seats in the house

    Take your pick of the best — or only — seats in the house
    In the ultraclose quarters of A Red Orchid Theatre last year, Michael Shannon was ranting as the Broadway producer of the satirical "Mistakes Were Made" when he noticed an audience member reaching from his front-row seat to snatch a candy from a dish on...
  • Q&A: 'Ruby Sparks' star/writer Zoe Kazan

    Q&A: 'Ruby Sparks' star/writer Zoe Kazan
    Some have asked Zoe Kazan why “Ruby Sparks,” a comedy/drama about a male author who considers if and how to change a character he writes and then comes to life as his real girlfriend, doesn’t feature a female writer controlling a man....
  • This Means War

    This Means War
    This means war with Tom Hardy. He impressed me so much in Bronson and has had great turns in Warrior and Inception, only to take a paycheck doing this silly movie. Now that being said, the movie was a little better than I thought it would be (but far from...
  • Mark Shanahan, Andrea Maulella Star in TheaterWorks' Season-Ender "Tryst"

    Mark Shanahan, Andrea Maulella Star in TheaterWorks' Season-Ender "Tryst"
    The two-actor romantic thriller "Tryst" will replace "Time Stands Still" as the fifth show and season-ender for Hartford's TheaterWorks. Mark Shanahan and Andrea Maulella star in the two actor play by Karoline Leach which played last year at off-...
  • Hartford's TheaterWorks Shares "Consideration" List

    We're use to late summer announcements from Hartford's TheaterWorks for its new seasons. But this year interim artistic director Rob Ruggiero says the line-up will be out soon. But first he wants some feedback from audiences on some of the plays he's...
  • Canadian actor Stephen Ouimette on being Harry in 'Iceman Cometh'

    Canadian actor Stephen Ouimette on being Harry in 'Iceman Cometh'
    Over lunch last week, I asked actor Stephen Ouimette, who is simply extraordinary as Harry Hope in Robert Falls' Goodman Theatre production of "The Iceman Cometh," how many seasons he has performed at the Stratford Festival in Canada, where he is a...
  • Southern California's big theaters need fresh, dramatic thinking

    Southern California's big theaters need fresh, dramatic thinking
    Southern California is famous for being ahead of the national curve -- in styles, fads and unenviable crises. And right now, the region's largest institutional theaters are serving as a crystal ball for leadership concerns affecting nonprofit theaters...