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  • Studio On The Run: Actor Brian White On 'Tyler Perry's Good Deeds'

    Studio On The Run: Actor Brian White On 'Tyler Perry's Good Deeds'
    Actor Brian White hopped on the Dunkin Donuts Studio on the Run to talk about his role as Walter Deeds in the latest movie "Tyler Perry's Good Deeds." A successful, wealthy businessman, Wesley Deeds (Tyler Perry) has always done what's expected of him,...
  • Reel Critics: 'The Lorax' branches out into film

    The legendary Dr. Seuss was ahead of his time in so many ways. In 1971, he created "The Lorax," one of the first eco-friendly children's books ever written. In simple language, the story teaches the need to respect and care for the natural beauty of...
  • Marcus Gardley Named Aetna Voices Fellow at Hartford Stage

    Marcus Gardley Named Aetna Voices Fellow at Hartford Stage
    Playwright-poet Marcus Gardley will be the Aetna New Voices Fellow at Hartford Stage during the 2011-2012 season.  Gardley was awarded the 2011 PEN Laura Pels award for Mid-Career Playwright.  He was recently chosen as one of “50 writers to watch&...
  • Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry

    Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry
    The 2013 season at the Mark Taper Forum will feature plays by Bruce Norris and Sebastian Barry, as well as revivals of classics by August Wilson and Joe Orton. Actor Brian Dennehy will be featured in Barry's "The Steward of Christendom."  In all, the...
  • Long Wharf, Westport Join Forces for Tickets Deal for Two Shows

    Long Wharf, Westport Join Forces for Tickets Deal for Two Shows
    Westport Country Playhouse and New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre, which will produce two works this season on similar themes and stories, are uniting to create an $80 ticket package for their respective productions: the 1959 classic “A Raisin...
  • Saturday, July 14, 2012

    5 - 6 a.m. The Saturday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong  5:05 a.m.  Max discusses the nation’s increasing drought area and its impact on crops and prices with Paul Georgy President of Allendale, in McHenry, IL How do dairy cows...
  • "Into the Woods" Reunion At Westport Playhouse

    "Into the Woods" Reunion At Westport Playhouse
    There will be an "Into the Woods" reunion of sorts at the Westport Country Playhouse on Sunday, May 6, following the 3 p.m. performance of the revival of the play at the theater, directed by Mark Lamos. The 25th anniversary cast reunion will include...
  • What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much

     What's on Chicago stages this summer? So far, not much
    Here is one word to describe the current summer offerings in our great Midwestern capital of live theatrical entertainment: Thin. Sure, we're buzzing through June, what with Nathan Lane, "Timon of Athens" and the TBS Just for Laughs Festival, which is...
  • The many lives of 'Dreamgirls'

    The many lives of 'Dreamgirls'
    Michael Bennett's "Dreamgirls" is one of the seminal Broadway musicals. Those who saw the original production, which opened in 1981, have strong memories of this kinetic, fast-paced show loosely based on the lives and successes of such R&B stars as the...
  • SAG Awards Express 'Doubt'

    The movie is called "Doubt," but members of the Screen Actors Guild seem to have few misgivings about it. The film is the leading nominee for the 15th annual SAG Awards, which were announced Thursday (Dec. 18). It picked up five nominations -- individual...
  • Small town, large impact

    Small town, large impact
    The Sundance Film Festival is always the most paradoxical of events, and this year's edition is shaping up as no exception. This most important of American film festivals opens Thursday night in an enthusiastic town -- Park City, Utah -- that is...
  • Michelle Obama and stars try to inspire high schoolers

     
    by Pam Becker Michelle Obama is going back to school - and taking Alicia Keys, Sheryl Crow and astronaut Mae Jemison with her. The first lady is being joined by the women - as well as Denyce Graves, Kerry Washington,......