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  • God is in the details of this Bali exhibition

    God is in the details of this Bali exhibition
    In 1930, Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias and his wife, Rose, traveled to the island of Bali in Indonesia and promptly fell in love with what they saw. They stayed nine months, soaking up the natural beauty and distinct culture. Covarrubias later wrote a...
  • On Theater: Westminster prepares for 51st season

    Having reached the milestone of its 50th season, the Westminster Community Theater is making plans for its 51st, which will get underway next month. Things will get started on a prestigious note with a play that won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony...
  • Stephen Girasuolo Moves Beyond The State Of 'Orange Alert'

    Stephen Girasuolo Moves Beyond The State Of 'Orange Alert'
    Stephen Girasuolo wants you to know that "Orange Alert"is not a play about 9/11. But it has haunting echoes of that tragic date as it follows six troubled people who work around Ground Zero, living their present-day lives in a state of suspended...
  • Jefferson Mays In Simon Gray's "Stage Struck" At Westport

    Jefferson Mays In Simon Gray's "Stage Struck" At Westport
    Tony Award winner Jefferson Mays, currently playing on Broadway iin "The Best Man", will head the cast of the inventive comedy/thriller, "Stage Struck"  by Simon Gray, a Script in Hand playreading at Westport Country Playhouse, on Monday, March 12, 7 p.m....
  • Hot Property: Julianna Margulies' Santa Monica home for sale at $4.5 million

    Hot Property: Julianna Margulies' Santa Monica home for sale at $4.5 million
    Whenever I walk into a hospital emergency room, I still look for Nurse Hathaway -- the one who goes the extra mile for her patients, even when someone who looks like George Clooney is distracting her at the moment. Actress Julianna Margulies may have...
  • Cherie DeCastro dies at 87; member of singing trio the DeCastro Sisters

    Cherie DeCastro dies at 87; member of singing trio the DeCastro Sisters
    Cherie DeCastro, the last surviving member of the DeCastro Sisters, the Latin singing trio that was a part of television history in Los Angeles, has died. She was 87. DeCastro died March 14 of pneumonia at Valley Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas,...
  • Noel Coward with yoga pants

     
    That's my review, and I'm sticking with it. The play opening next week at the Geffen Playhouse, ''The Female of the Species,'' is a Cowardian drawing-room comedy with a touch of Feydeau, updated and relocated to an upstate New York country house, and...
  • Ann Powers: The Top 12 meet the Rolling Stones

     
    For any rock fan who has learned to love "American Idol," the theme of Tuesday night’s first showing for the Top 12 -- the music of the Rolling Stones -- was fraught with tension. Imagine if you’d had two high school boyfriends, one the student body...
  • Turan review: 'Clash of the Titans' has 'distracting' 3-D and 'clunky' action

     
    As early crowds settle in to see the movie, Los Angeles Times movie critic Kenneth Turan weighs in on "Clash of the Titans" with little enthusiasm about the remake of the "creaky" 1981 stop-motion animated classic. It's doubtful that records......
  • Theater review: 'Lascivious Something' at the Ford

     
    Does true love bring serenity or a sucker punch? That’s the dilemma of “Lascivious Something,” Sheila Callaghan’s darkly comic love triangle now at [Inside] the Ford. With its rustic cottage, grape vines, and rolling dunes, Sibyl Wickersheimer’s...
  • Tony Awards predix: Angela Lansbury will score historic sixth win

     
    Last year, Angela Lansbury tied record-holder Julie Harris when she won a fifth Tony Award for her featured (supporting) performance as the madcap Madame Arcati in the Noel Coward play "Blithe Spirit." Martin Denton (NYTheatre.com) predicts Lansbury...
  • Laguna Playhouse's 2010-11 season tends toward new plays with small casts

     
    The Laguna Playhouse won't be going for lavish in its coming 90th anniversary season, but its smallish productions -- the five plays combined require just 15 actors -- do tend strongly toward the newish and the safeish. The 2010-11 season......