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  • Arvo Part, Athol Fugard among recipients of Praemium Imperiale awards

    Arvo Part, Athol Fugard among recipients of Praemium Imperiale awards
    The popular Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and the South African playwright Athol Fugard are among the recipients of the 2014 Praemium Imperiale awards, Japan's highest honors in the arts. This year's roster of winners also includes architect Steven Holl, painter Martial Raysse and sculptor Giuseppe Penone.
  • Long Wharf Cancels 'Sophie's Choice' Run In Spring

    Gordon Edelstein had a tough choice to make but the artistic director of New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre decided to pull the plug of the up-coming production of David W. Rintels' stage adapation of "Sophie's Choice,' which was slated to premiere in May....

    A Funny Life: Jim Dale In Solo Show At Long Wharf Theatre

    A Funny Life: Jim Dale In Solo Show At Long Wharf Theatre
    Jim Dale guides his guests into the study in his Park Avenue home, pointing out memorabilia filling the walls and shelves: album covers from when he was a British pop star in the late '50s; pictures of him from the "Carry On…" comedy films in the...

    Monster Mash: Michael Jackson art donated to children's hospital

     
    Arts news: Children's Hospital Los Angeles gets artwork from Michael Jackson's family. New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art reported that its recent Alexander McQueen fashion exhibition drew 661,509 visitors, making it the eighth-most-visited show in the...

    Carla Gugino on ‘MILF,’ ‘The Road to Mecca’

     
    Years have passed since Carla Gugino made “The Mighty Macs,” an indie sports drama about the rise of tiny Immaculata College (then, University now) to to pinnacle of women's college basketball, transforming the sport to the game it is today...