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  • Robert Falls, Midwesterner at heart, warms to L.A. for 'Luna Gale'

    Robert Falls, Midwesterner at heart, warms to L.A. for 'Luna Gale'
    "It's currently 12 degrees in Chicago," says Robert Falls, the artistic director of Chicago's Goodman Theatre. He's in L.A. to oversee the Tuesday opening at the Kirk Douglas Theatre of Rebecca Gilman's "Luna Gale," the world-premiere production he directed last year at the Goodman.
  • Mike Nichols' theater legacy: Laughter and tears with equal genius

    Mike Nichols' theater legacy: Laughter and tears with equal genius
    Whenever Mike Nichols worked in the theater, it was inevitably an event, the focal point of the season — the show you simply had to get tickets to or be left in the conversational cold. When he directed “Waiting for Godot” with Steve...

    Mike Nichols, dead at 83, was 'best of America'

    Mike Nichols, dead at 83, was 'best of America'
    Mike Nichols' life was a study in endurance. The celebrated director, who died Wednesday at 83, started off his Hollywood career with two groundbreaking works. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" in 1966 shook up the prim film industry with itsĀ  frank,...

    The Suffield Players to present 'Flaming Guns of The Purple Sage'

    The Suffield Players' first production of this season will appeal to fans of old "B" movies, westerns, horror films and comedies. "It's a horror-comedy spoof," said Rob Lunde, the director of "Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage." "It' s a lot of rowdy fun."...

    On Theater: 'Rest' overcomes rough spots

    On Theater: 'Rest' overcomes rough spots
    It's hard to imagine a more depressing setting for a play than a "retirement" home in Idaho that is about to be closed down and where its inhabitants are just marking time in their waning lives while waiting for the blizzard to diminish. Yet the...