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  • Hui He boosts Lyric's 'Tosca'

    Hui He boosts Lyric's 'Tosca'
    With 10 performances remaining before Lyric Opera closes out its primary season, the company is finding that even a standard crowd-pleaser such as "Tosca" can no longer be relied upon to sell out the 3,400-seat Civic Opera House — hence the blizzard of ads heralding the return of the Puccini favorite to the winter repertory.
  • Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit

    Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit
    There was something peculiarly endearing about an audience of pop music geeks cheering the details of Saturday night’s sold-out benefit performance of the Beatles’ "White Album" in its entirety at Glendale’s Alex Theatre. Where else...

    REVIEW: 'This Is Modern Art' at Steppenwolf Theatre

    REVIEW: 'This Is Modern Art' at Steppenwolf Theatre
    Is graffiti a legitimate artistic expression accessible to the otherwise excluded, or criminal vandalism that is the scourge of a great city? Good question. Alas, not one that the Steppenwolf Theatre Company is asking its young audiences. Who has...

    Restaurant review: Umi in Winter Park

    Restaurant review: Umi in Winter Park
    Umi Japanese restaurant is the latest eatery to take up residence on the Rollins College edge of Park Avenue. The emphasis is on elegant sushi and sashimi as well as fusion fare from a robata grill. Located in the former home of Avenue Thai & Sushi in...

    Review: 'Brahms and Beethoven' from the Bach Festival Society

     Review: 'Brahms and Beethoven' from the Bach Festival Society
    A trumpet fanfare began the evening at the 80th Bach Festival on Saturday night, and why not? Certainly, 80 years is well worth celebrating. Saturday's program, simply titled "Brahms and Beethoven," lived up to the promise of that fanfare with emotional...