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  • PASSINGS: Louise Brough Clapp, Richard Bull, Michael Filerman

    Louise Brough Clapp Top-ranked tennis player of the 1940s, '50s Louise Brough Clapp, 90, a former top-ranked tennis player who learned the game on Beverly Hills' Roxbury Park courts and went on to win 35 major tournament titles in the 1940s and '50s,...
  • Too troubling a work, even for Albany Park Theatre Project

    Too troubling a work, even for Albany Park Theatre Project
    The Albany Park Theatre Project is not a typical theater for young people. Such is the level of trust among the young people from the neighborhood who perform with this company, and such is the dedication to artistic excellence of its creative staff, that...
  • For 'Dance,' an overdue visit from Conor McPherson

    For 'Dance,' an overdue visit from Conor McPherson
    Until this past week — and I find this rather incredible — Conor McPherson had never been to Chicago. It's surprising because few theater-loving cities, outside of Dublin anyway, have been so obsessed with the works of a fellow who is, to my...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Theater world recalls a 'great light'

    Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Theater world recalls a 'great light'
    Unlike many A-list Hollywood stars, Philip Seymour Hoffman never left theater behind. Stage acting and directing remained a cornerstone of Hoffman's career, which encompassed the lofty heights of Broadway and the less-exalted world of small theater....
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dies at 46; Oscar-winning actor

    Academy Award winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of the most acclaimed character actors and ambitious performers of his generation, was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside his New York apartment on Sunday, police said. He was 46. A business...
  • Trio of actresses set the bar high for 2014

    Trio of actresses set the bar high for 2014
    The big wave of winter theater openings, many of which took place in subzero temperatures, is in a brief lull. The pace picks up again next week, but enough has come down to merit an update. This has been an especially notable couple of weeks for...
  • Dwyane Wade sells Chicago town house

    Dwyane Wade sells Chicago town house
    Dwyane Wade, a Chicago native and major part of three Miami Heat NBA championship teams, has sold his four-bedroom town house in Chicago's River West neighborhood for $1.66 million. Wade, 32, recently became engaged to actress Gabrielle Union. He also...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman Loved Stage as Much as Film

    Despite his critical success in films like "Boogie Nights" and "Capote," Philip Seymour Hoffman said he never really dreamed of leaving the stage. "I just thought I'd ride my bike to the theater. That's what was romantic to me," the NYU Tisch School of...
  • Q&A: Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Q&A: Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Whether he’s playing a gay boom mic operator in “Boogie Nights” or rock critic Lester Bangs in “Almost Famous,” an evil arms dealer in “Mission: Impossible III” or a priest in hot water in “Doubt,”...
  • Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Sometimes when an actor dies, it’s easy to point to one particular performance and say, “She’ll always be remembered best for her role as ____.” That won’t happen with Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead Sunday of...
  • For Hoffman, acting didn't come easy, but it did come true

    For Hoffman, acting didn't come easy, but it did come true
    Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't really steal scenes. He tugged them, slyly, like a man doing a slow-motion rug trick, to his own corner of the action. He did it time after time, across 50-odd feature films and with a consistent presence on the New York...
  • Richard Bull, 'Little House on the Prairie' Star, Dies at 89

    Character actor Richard Bull, who was best known for his role as Nels Oleson on "Little House on the Prairie," died Monday in Calabasas, Calif. He was 89. Aside from starring in "Little House" during its nine-season run from 1974-1983, Bull also had a...