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  • After 34 years, Next Theatre has closed its doors in Evanston

    After 34 years, Next Theatre has closed its doors in Evanston
    UPDATED ... Next Theatre Company, the 34-year-old, Equity-affiliated Evanston company that premiered “Killer Joe” (Tracy Letts' first play) and Jason Loewith and Joshua Schmidt's hit musical “Adding Machine,” is shutting down,...
  • Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center: Letters

    Arts or architecture? There is a lot of excitement for the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Many will marvel at this new building and be proud of their city. They might believe that Orlando is a city that supports the arts, but most of...
  • Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance

    Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance
    Hartford Stage will be entertaining a special audience for those on the autism spectrum for one performance of "A Christmas Carol — A Ghost Story of Christmas." The theater will host its first a "sensory-friendly" performance of its annual holiday...
  • 'David Bowie Is' ... music and more from local bands

    'David Bowie Is' ... music and more from  local bands
    In conjunction with the blockbuster exhibition "David Bowie Is" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, three upcoming shows at the museum spotlight Chicago musicians performing some of Bowie's most acclaimed material. The concert series "Bowie...
  • Art events include Festival of Trees in Orlando

    Art events include Festival of Trees in Orlando
    Galleries and museums are brimming with special holiday shops, the biggest of which is the 28th annual Festival of Trees fundraiser at the Orlando Museum of Art. From Saturday until Nov. 23, the venue is decked out with professionally decorated trees...
  • Emmylou Harris: Worth the wait

    Emmylou Harris: Worth the wait
    When Emmylou Harris christens the intimate Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater with a performance Friday, it will be more than a special occasion for the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. It'll be a night to remember for...
  • L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more
    Emmy winner Ed Asner portrays the 32nd U.S. president in a solo show at Laguna Playhouse, Hershey Felder salutes yet another music legend at the Geffen, and a classic British farce comes to the Mark Taper Forum. The Tempest Aquila Theatre Company...
  • A year after Joseph Gatto slaying, LAPD again asks for public's help

    A year after Joseph Gatto slaying, LAPD again asks for public's help
    A year after Joseph Gatto, a local artist and the father of a state assemblyman, was killed inside his Silver Lake home, the 78-year-old's family and LAPD officials repeated their pleas for the public's help in solving the case. Gatto, a retired teacher...
  • Roundup: A restored Adam, LACMA's big gift, new museum for O.C.

    Three prominent Mexican film directors have called out their government on the issue of the 43 disappeared students, a San Diego architect takes on Sen. Ted Cruz and border policy and protesters hit the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Plus: There are plans...
  • Celebrated 'Artists Alley' in Delray faces foreclosure, may close

    Celebrated 'Artists Alley' in Delray faces foreclosure, may close
    Delray's artists' colony, Artists Alley, is in danger of closing. The 31 artists — who have set up shop just blocks from downtown Atlantic Avenue in Pineapple Grove — recently found out the four warehouses they work out of are going into...
  • Westside housing development gets Planning Commission's OK

    Westside housing development gets Planning Commission's OK
    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved a single-family housing development for the Westside that would replace a largely abandoned industrial facility. The 89-unit, contemporary-style development, named Lighthouse, is slated...