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Andrew Lloyd Webber

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  • Andrew Lloyd Webbers CATS

    Jellicle cats are celebrating at the Jellicle Ball, awaiting Old Deuteronomy's choice of which cat will be reborn into a new life. One by one, the cats step forward to introduce themselves, auditioning for the chance to take the journey to the Heaviside...
  • Suburban theater for the week of July 27 to Aug. 2

    "The Second City's Girls' Night Out": Not to be confused with "Girls Night: The Musical," which just opened in the city. This Second City touring show is geared for the gentler sex — though anyone who has seen the work Second City's alumnae have...
  • Marvin Hamlisch, 68, remembered by theater collaborators

    Marvin Hamlisch, 68, remembered by theater collaborators
    Marvin Hamlisch, who died Monday in Los Angeles at 68, was one of the most honored composers in the theater world, and one of the hardest working. From his songs for "A Chorus Line," which opened in 1975 and ran on Broadway for close to 15 years, to...
  • Riverfront Theatre tent opens for new shows

    Riverfront Theatre tent opens for new shows
    A giant 70-foot tall and 22,000-square-foot tent will be the new entertainment venue in Chicago this summer.  The climate-controlled tent, named Riverfront Theatre, holds 2,500 patrons and will be located next to the Chicago Tribune Freedom Center, 650...
  • In London, prowling for cat tales

    London We found Hodge our last day in London. His bronze coat gleamed as he stared across Gough Square at his owner's 18th century brick house. Cat kibble lay uneaten in an oyster shell at his feet — not surprising since Hodge was but a statue of...
  • Full-length 'Phantom of the Opera' a throwback

    Despite its long-lived reputation as the sine qua non of colossal, contemporary theatrical spectacle, the 21-year-old production of "The Phantom of the Opera" now plays as a ponderous, old-fashioned, romantic theatrical experience with special effects...
  • Sarah Brightman at the Forum

    Judging by the evidence presented Saturday night at the Forum, Sarah Brightman -- it seems safe to assume -- is unfamiliar with the old showbiz adage, "Always leave 'em wanting more." Best known for originating the role of Christine Daaé in ex-husband...
  • Original score: 'Slumdog Millionaire's' A.R. Rahman

    Original score: 'Slumdog Millionaire's' A.R. Rahman
    A.R. Rahman "Slumdog Millionaire" Rahman, composer of countless Bollywood scores, won for his transporting soundscape in "Slumdog Millionaire," Danny Boyle's crowd-pleaser that is part potboiler, part fairy tale. Rahman started writing music for Indian...
  • Gerald Schoenfeld dies at 84; Shubert chairman ushered shows to Broadway

    Gerald Schoenfeld dies at 84; Shubert chairman ushered shows to Broadway
    Gerald Schoenfeld, the longtime head of the powerful Shubert Organization who helped bring numerous works to Broadway, including "A Chorus Line," "Amadeus" and "Cats," has died. He was 84. Schoenfeld died of a heart attack early Tuesday at his...
  • Tom O'Horgan dies at 84; director of 'Hair' on Broadway

    Tom O'Horgan, a leader in New York's experimental theater scene in the 1960s who went on to direct the exuberant, often freewheeling Broadway productions of "Hair" and "Jesus Christ Superstar," has died. He was 84. The director died Sunday of natural...
  • Patti Smith's memoir of a rock-poet

    Patti Smith's memoir of a rock-poet
    Nostalgia is never more suspect than when the person romantically harking back is too young to have experienced the era firsthand. But reading Patti Smith's memoir "Just Kids," a tender recollection of her coming of age as a singer-songwriter alongside...
  • Broadway rocks, conclude The Times' theater and pop critics

    Broadway rocks, conclude The Times' theater and pop critics
    Theater critic Charles McNulty and pop music critic Ann Powers began their conversation about the changing sound of the Broadway musical in the lobby of the Sam S. Shubert Theatre in New York, where they ran into each other at a Sunday matinee of...