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Special to the TribuneReports out of New York say that scheduling conflicts mean the actress Jessica Lange will not be appearing in Robert Falls' upcoming Goodman Theatre production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night," as previously thought. But Brian Dennehy, Billy Crudup...
Tags: Theater, Walt Disney, Elton John, Children, Frankie Avalon
Tribune arts reporterWe'd all collapse into a collective monochromatic depression if "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" were not playing at all times somewhere in metropolitan Chicago. Or that, at least, is the way local theaters seem to think. What is it with...
Tags: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Whatever you do, don't call them Coldplay. Keane, who also hail from England, have had to live in the critical shadow of Chris Martin and company for sounding similar and using piano as the band's centerpiece. That aside, the trio has enjoyed a year-...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe following is a list of theatrical productions: ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE The theater is on the campus of Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Season tickets are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $47 and $57 for seniors. Second-stage shows...
Tribune arts reporterThirty years ago, an original musical still could cut the kind of broad swath through mainstream popular culture. Today that would be unthinkable. Songs from "Evita" were a fixture at the top of the British charts. And the UK pop-royalty of the time —...
Tribune theater criticAs sure as the Disney company likes mice, magic mirrors and profits, "Beauty and the Beast" is a golden title, and the new Marriott Theatre production is the Midwest's first since Disney released the post-national touring rights. In this "Incredibles"...
Tribune arts criticsAny show with lyrics like "Ho-Sanna, Hey-Sanna" doesn't exactly sit up and beg for earnest intellectual or spiritual exploration. But you cannot watch "Jesus Christ Superstar" these days without musing on how drastically times have changed when it comes...
Tags: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ian Gillan, Eric Idle
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 31, 2000 "The Road to El Dorado" not only sounds like an old Bob Hope-Bing Crosby "Road" movie, it plays like one--never mind that it is a splashy work of up-to-the-minute animation. It's fitted out with Elton John-Tim Rice songs that...
It was the undisputed hit of last year's Humana Festival, an exhilarating depiction of an ancient sex strike that had nothing to do with Aristophanes' "Lysistrata." Straddling eternity and the moment, Charles L. Mee's "Big Love," a romantic remake of...
LMPChicago's developing theater district, already proclaimed by banners, posters and sidewalk plaques on Randolph Street, took another step forward this week with the announcement of an official opening date and premiere for the Palace Theatre. The Palace,...
TRIBUNE ARTS CRITIC2 stars (out of 4) Depending on your predilection, the movie version of "The Phantom of the Opera" is about as good — or as bad — as its phenomenally successful stage original. Andrew Lloyd Webber's kitschy theatrical spectacle is now a kitschy...
Tribune chief criticThe 2002 "Broadway in Chicago" downtown season of touring shows promises a total of 11 productions of theater and dance, including the local premieres of the musical "Contact," the Mae West biodrama "Dirty Blonde," the hit revival of "Kiss Me, Kate" and...
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