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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • On Theater: 'Proof' of a remarkable actress

    On Theater: 'Proof' of a remarkable actress
    Mathematicians have a language all their own, and we "normal" people often assume they're visiting from another planet. But they function viscerally and emotionally as well, as David Auburn demonstrated in his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Proof." This...
  • Sun shines on Hollywood Bowl guest conductor Ludovic Morlot

     Sun shines on Hollywood Bowl guest conductor Ludovic Morlot
    In his three seasons as music director of the Seattle Symphony, Ludovic Morlot, the feisty young French conductor who is this week's Los Angeles Philharmonic guest conductor at the Hollywood Bowl, has done a savvy job in changing his orchestra's image....
  • Celeb phone-hacking case: Hollywood's bare-naked ladies, but where are the men?!

    "ART CAN never exist without naked beauty being displayed," said William Blake. IN commenting on all that occurred over the long Labor Day holiday, I forgot to mention the nude photo hacking scandal. What to say, except don't put your privates in the...
  • Fall promises bounty of great new books

    Fall promises bounty of great new books
    Writing a fall books preview on a limited word budget is a futile exercise. So many great titles hit the shelves in the peak publishing season that kicks off in September and runs through the end of the year, that even as we highlight quite a few, we...
  • New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV

    New venture El Jefe aims to bring novelists to TV
    Even before FSG Originals had gotten Brian McGreevy's debut novel "Hemlock Grove" on shelves, it was announced that it was coming as a Netflix series. McGreevy didn't just sell the option; he's a producer on the show, along with his friend Lee Shipman....
  • From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music

    From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music
    Following are some of the most anticipated jazz recordings of the season: Jason Adasiewicz's Sun Rooms, "From the Region" (released): The brilliant vibraphonist partners with bassist Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and drummer Mike Reed. Tom Harrell, "TRIP"...
  • Broadway for fall 2014: 'Last Ship' and a boatload of big names

    Broadway for fall 2014: 'Last Ship' and a boatload of big names
    Few longtime observers consider 2013-14 a vintage year for Broadway. So weak was the overall slate that most of the new offerings were outsold by longer-lived shows from previous seasons. When it came to serious new musicals with original scores, the...
  • New Los Angeles Times Documentaries Series Set for Broadcast Premiere Exclusively on DIRECTV

       First Video Production from Los Angeles Times Originals The Los Angeles Times today announced its new Los Angeles Times Documentaries series will air on DIRECTV’s Audience Network and explore a range of compelling social issues. Debuting...
  • Steppenwolf show to move to Broadway

    Steppenwolf show to move to Broadway
    The Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of "Airline Highway" by Lisa D'Amour is to move to Broadway after its Chicago engagement. Joe Mantello directs both in Chicago and New York. "Airline Highway," a play about life on and around a seedy New...
  • Theater: Munopco to present 'Funny Girl'

    Theater: Munopco to present 'Funny Girl'
    Allentown's oldest community theater, Munopco Theatre Company, returns with its first full-scale musical in several years with "Funny Girl," the Broadway show that made a star of Barbra Streisand and is celebrating its 50th anniversary. "Funny Girl" is...
  • Hobnob with artists at Ragdale's Novel Affair

    Hobnob with artists at Ragdale's Novel Affair
    Imagine that for one weekend, the luminaries of, say, the Algonquin Round Table would mingle with the public, and those who paid for the privilege could rub shoulders, join in stimulating conversation and glean insights from a stellar array of creative...