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  • Myrtle C. 'Mattsy' Lobig, longtime city teacher

    Myrtle C. 'Mattsy' Lobig, longtime city teacher
    Myrtle C."Mattsy" Lobig, a former Patterson Park High School English teacher who spent more than three decades getting her students to appreciate the works of William Shakespeare, died Tuesday in her sleep at her Dundalk home. She was 90. "She was a...
  • Shakespeare Project of Chicago marks its 20th year

    Shakespeare Project of Chicago marks its 20th year
    The current production of William Shakespeare's "King Lear," playing through Nov. 9 at the handsome and justifiably renowned Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, stars Larry Yando as the increasingly delusional title character and features the...
  • Geoffrey Holder: Five of his memorable movie roles

    Geoffrey Holder: Five of his memorable movie roles
    Geoffrey Holder was a jack of all trades if ever there was one. The dancer, choreographer, actor, artist and composer, who died Sunday at the age of 84, put his surprisingly graceful 6-foot-6 frame, booming voice and flamboyant style to use on stage, TV...
  • Brooke Adams learns the dirty truth of Beckett's 'Happy Days'

    Brooke Adams learns the dirty truth of Beckett's 'Happy Days'
    Brooke Adams was living proof that an actor can have a diverse, sophisticated and challenging career and not know Samuel Beckett's plays from a hole in the ground. Now, almost 60 years after making her debut as a child actor at a Michigan theater run by...
  • Put Aside Qualms About Using 'Whose' To Describe An Objects

    Q: In the sentence, "None of that revenue is going to the city, whose main source of income is taxes," is it correct to use "whose" to refer to a city, an inanimate object? — Mary Kaskan, Watertown, N.Y. A: Yes! As the English language evolved...
  • First Look at Benedict Cumberbatch in 'The Hollow Crown'

    LONDON -- The first image has been released from the "The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses," which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III, Judi Dench as Cecily, Duchess of York and Sophie Okonedo as Queen Margaret. The William Shakespeare series,...
  • Connecticut Renaissance Faire opens second season at Dodd Stadium

    Connecticut Renaissance Faire opens second season at Dodd Stadium
    Lords and ladies in courtly regalia once again turned back the clock at Dodd Stadium, where the Connecticut Renaissance Faire opened for its second fall season in Norwich on Sept. 27. The festival, which features Medieval- and fantasy-themed...
  • 818 Roundup: Lincoln Park events; Taser lawsuit settled; Reflecting on teen deaths

    818 Roundup: Lincoln Park events; Taser lawsuit settled; Reflecting on teen deaths
    Today is Monday, Sept. 21, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 86 degrees and a low of 64. Headlines from the area: - Dozens converged on Lincoln Park in Burbank Saturday for an afternoon of bending acrobatics and the words...
  • 'Midsummer' and acrobatics on tap at Lincoln Park

    'Midsummer' and acrobatics on tap at Lincoln Park
    Dozens converged on Lincoln Park in Burbank Saturday for an afternoon of bending acrobatics and the words of William Shakespeare. Many crowded on blankets or sat comfortably in chairs for a live performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," preceded by...
  • 1950s come back to life in the IceHouse Theatre production of 'All Shook Up'

    1950s come back to life in the IceHouse Theatre production of 'All Shook Up'
    MOUNT DORA — The Mamie Eisenhower Decency Act is in force in a small town in the Midwest in the 1950s — no loud music, no public necking and no tight pants. Then up rolls Chad on his motorcycle, fresh from prison, who will change everyone in...
  • Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It

    Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It
    Why, this is very midsummer madness. —Olivia, "Twelfth Night," Act 3, Scene 4 There are a slew of Shakespeare shows happening outdoors in Connecticut in July and August. Shall we compare them to a summer's day? Sure, why not? The plays...