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  • Jane Lynch is cheery over musical comedy tour 'See Jane Sing'

     Jane Lynch is cheery over musical comedy tour 'See Jane Sing'
    Jane Lynch is not one to overly plan out her life. When she began theater and comedy in Chicago in 1986, never did she imagine she'd be on television and movie screens years later. But her go-with-the-flow attitude has served her well, judging by her...
  • Growing Newport Beach Film Festival keeps a focus on the neighborhood

    If Alexa Polar makes it in Hollywood, she may have a local barbershop to thank for it. The director, whose musical "Speakeasy to Me" will premiere at this year's Newport Beach Film Festival, sought an interior setting that would evoke the furtive...
  • Rebel Wilson scales new heights in 'Pitch Perfect 2'

    Rebel Wilson scales new heights in 'Pitch Perfect 2'
    There aren't many actresses who'd be excited about playing a character named "Fat Amy." But when Rebel Wilson was offered the role of an a cappella singer who threatens to finish competitors "like a cheesecake" in the "Pitch Perfect" franchise, she didn't...
  • Kate McKinnon 'Masterminds' three-step program for strange souls

     Kate McKinnon 'Masterminds' three-step program for strange souls
    Kate McKinnon has the week off from "Saturday Night Live" and just left the dentist. Apparently, it did not go well. Novocaine? "No drugs," she answers. "Just shame. Dental shame." Judging from her fearless Emmy-nominated work on "SNL," you wouldn't...
  • Bruce Jenner's story is his alone to tell, so why all the wild talk?

    Everyone loves "Transparent." The groundbreaking series about the midlife transition of a transgender woman put Amazon on the Emmys map and raised the visibility of a group of Americans already benefiting from the courage and talent of people like Chaz...
  • How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs

    How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs
    From the day it opened, Lincoln Center, one of the world's grandest arts complexes, has struggled to get it right. That first night in 1962 in Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall and soon to be renamed after David Geffen) was not a great success....
  • 'Lips Together, Teeth Apart': Secrets spill out over a July 4th weekend

     'Lips Together, Teeth Apart': Secrets spill out over a July 4th weekend
    So much depends upon a red child's wagon, glazed with saltwater beside the white neurotics. True, William Carlos Williams doesn't figure into Terrence McNally's 1991 play "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," now in a sturdy and sometimes-sorrowful production...
  • LACMA landed Kirchner's 'Dancer With Necklace' through skill, happenstance

    LACMA landed Kirchner's 'Dancer With Necklace' through skill, happenstance
    Sometimes, perseverance pays off. Big time. For nearly a quarter-century, a 1910 sculpture pivotal to the genesis of Modern art stood quietly on its pedestal in a gallery at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, borrowed from a Pennsylvania private...
  • 'Tomorrowland's' Britt Robertson frankly doesn't believe the hype

     'Tomorrowland's' Britt Robertson frankly doesn't believe the hype
    Britt Robertson does not want to hear that she's the Next Big Thing. "Do you know how many times people have said that about me?" the actress said on a recent afternoon at a cafe near her home in Toluca Lake. She let the question hang in the air a...
  • 10 key works from the $400 million donation to the Art Institute

    10 key works from the $400 million donation to the Art Institute
    Amid the excitement over the news Tuesday that the Art Institute of Chicago will receive its largest-ever art gift, $400 million worth of postwar works donated by Chicago philanthropists Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson, the art itself may have taken a back...
  • Courteney Cox puts her money where her heart is for 'Just Before I Go'

    Courteney Cox puts her money where her heart is for 'Just Before I Go'
    Courteney Cox was in a real bind two years ago. After directing a short film, the 2012 TV movie "Talhotblond" and several episodes of her TBS comedy series "Cougar Town," Cox felt she was ready to direct a feature film. She'd found the perfect project...