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  • Film Review: 'Romeo & Juliet'

    "Wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast." That's the good Friar Lawrence warning Romeo not to act in haste, though he might just as well have been advising against the lurching, unsteady approach that proves the undoing of this desultory new...
  • Comcast and Twitter team up. Katie Couric going away?

    Comcast and Twitter team up. Katie Couric going away?
    After the coffee. Before rooting for the Tigers to beat the A's.  The Skinny: How do the St. Louis Cardinals do it? Every year they are in the running. That is some smart management and the Dodgers will have their work cut out for them. Thursday's...
  • New Musical To Be Among Works at Hartford Stage's "Brand:NEW" Festival

    New Musical To Be Among Works at Hartford Stage's "Brand:NEW" Festival
    “Open Season,” a new musical based on a play by Bill Cain, will be part of Hartford Stage’s annual “Brand:NEW” play reading series that will run Oct. 23 to 27. Cain, a Jesuit, teacher and playwright, wrote “Standup...
  • 'The Cider House Rules' Rules Hartt

    The Hartt School at the University of Hartford presents “The Cider House Rules,” Peter Parnell’s stage adaptation of the John Irving novel on Thursday, Oct. 10 to 13 at the McCray Theater, Handel Performing Arts Center, 35 Westbourne...
  • Toronto: Producer Michael Benaroya to Finance 'Z for Zachariah'

    Producer Michael Benaroya ("Margin Call") has come on board to finance post-apocalyptic thriller "Z for Zachariah," shooting in November and starring Chris Pine, Amanda Seyfried and Chiwetel Ejiofor. He's at Toronto with a trio of titles screening --...
  • U.K. Theater Companies Get on Board with Cinemacasts

    Can't make it over to London to check out notable stage shows there? Don't fret: You can probably catch them in a movie theater near you. With the launch of a new West End Theater Series of cinemacasts, kicking off next month with "Merrily We Roll Along,...
  • Twentieth Century Fox Names Anton Monsted SVP, Fox Music

    Twentieth Century Fox has tapped music supervisor Anton Monsted as the new senior vice president of Fox Music. Monsted is a longtime collaborator with Baz Luhrmann and comes from his production company, Bazmark, where he was general manager working...
  • 'True Blood's' Stephen Moyer Joins NBC's Live 'Sound of Music' Telecast

    NBC has found its Capt. Von Trapp for its live production of "The Sound of Music." "True Blood" star Stephen Moyer has been tapped to play the role of the decorated World War I hero opposite Carrie Underwood in the Peacock's Dec. 5 broadcast of the...
  • 10 things you might not know about insults

    10 things you might not know about insults
    These certainly are insulting times. Oprah Winfrey felt disrespected when a Swiss store clerk allegedly refused to show her an expensive handbag. Floridians were offended when the Rev. Jesse Jackson said they were living in "a kind of apartheid state."...
  • Richard Griffiths dies at 65; actor appeared in 'Harry Potter' and 'The History Boys'

    Richard Griffiths, the nimble British character actor best known to American audiences as cantankerous, wizard-fearing Uncle Vernon in the blockbuster Harry Potter films, died Thursday at a hospital in Coventry, England. He was 65. The cause was...
  • Tragic rap? 'Othello' is the Q Brothers' best work yet

     Tragic rap? 'Othello' is the Q Brothers' best work yet
    Even for fans for such prior endeavors as "The Bomb-itty of Errors" and "Funk it Up About Nothin'," a hip-hop version of "Othello" sounded like a stretch for the Q Brothers, that bizarre pair of theatrically inclined Caucasian rappers, born and raised...