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  • Broadway Review: 'The Glass Menagerie'

    A commercial transfer of the American Repertory Theater's revival of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie," which premiered earlier this year Cambridge, Mass., opened on Broadway Sept. 26. The following is Frank Rizzo's review of the A.R.T....
  • Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]

    Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]
    As fans of "Breaking Bad" bade farewell to the critically acclaimed AMC drama series on Sunday evening, its star Bryan Cranston was otherwise engaged far from the show's New Mexico locations, playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in a stage production in...
  • We got your cell phone right here

    My cell phone died and I was overdue for a new one on my service contract. A salesperson in my service provider's store in Cambridge, Mass., where I work, kindly told me that he saw the phone I was looking at in his store at Best Buy for $100 less than...
  • TEDxBroadway Sets Speakers, Dates for 2014 Edition

    The third annual legit-focused Gotham symposium, TEDxBroadway, has locked in its 2014 date, with speakers including helmer Diane Paulus, actor Lea DeLaria and Metropolitan Museum of Art exec Sree Sreenivasan among the speakers on tap for the February...
  • Graduate students create cultural criticism journal

    Graduate students create cultural criticism journal
    Ever since The Baffler left town and Stop Smiling ceased publication, Chicago's small-press scene has been on life support. Now, an indie journal of cultural criticism is poised to fill the void. -------------------- This piece first ran in...
  • Bryan Cranston taking LBJ play to Broadway

    Bryan Cranston taking LBJ play to Broadway
    Bryan Cranston, who recently completed his run in the AMC drama series "Breaking Bad," will be taking his current stage role as President Lyndon Johnson to New York. The actor will appear in "All the Way," by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Robert...
  • From 'Breaking Bad' to Broadway: After TV, Stars Step to Stage

    With Bryan Cranston following up "Breaking Bad" with a Broadway bow and Matt Smith moving from "Doctor Who" to the "American Psycho" musical in London, the stage is becoming an increasingly common stop for actors at the height of their screen careers....
  • Albert Marre dies at 87; director of 'Man of La Mancha'

    The teleplay "I, Don Quixote" captured the attention of theater director Albert Marre in 1959, but not for its intense drama. He "saw it as a musical." By 1963, Marre was meeting in Palm Springs with the teleplay's author, Dale Wasserman, to sketch out...
  • PASSINGS: Henri Dutilleux, Harold Shapero, Vernon McGarity

    PASSINGS: Henri Dutilleux, Harold Shapero, Vernon McGarity
    Henri Dutilleux French composer of modernist music Henri Dutilleux, 97, a highly regarded French composer of modernist music, died Thursday in Paris, said his publisher, Schott Music. The cause was not given. Considered one of the most important...
  • Philip Slater dies at 86; wrote 'The Pursuit of Loneliness'

    Philip Slater dies at 86; wrote 'The Pursuit of Loneliness'
    After Philip Slater published "The Pursuit of Loneliness," a 1970 best-seller that delivered a blistering critique of American culture, he moved to California and adopted a lifestyle aimed at avoiding the fate of the fellow citizens he saw as so unhappy....
  • Paul Williams dies at 64; pioneering chronicler of rock music

    Paul Williams dies at 64; pioneering chronicler of rock music
    Paul Williams was returning to his dorm room when a fellow student relayed a message that was radical even for the 1960s: "Hey, Williams! You got a phone call from Bob Dylan." Not long before, it was Paul Simon who had rung Williams up on the hallway...
  • Hurricane Sandy: Food safety, closed stores, anti-price gouging

    Hurricane Sandy: Food safety, closed stores, anti-price gouging
    Hurricane Sandy is bearing down hard on the East Coast. Atlantic City, N.J., casinos have been evacuated. Jersey Shore is abandoned. Some Manhattan streets are starting to flood. The mega-storm has already smashed through construction sites, shut down...