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Essential Arts & Culture: Glenda Jackson's scalpel, Laurie Anderson's multiverse, losing Laura Aguilar

An unforgettable encounter with Glenda Jackson. Laurie Anderson reinvents the book tour. And the loss of artist and photographer Laura Aguilar, whose subjects were her own body and Chicano identity. For Carolina Miranda, who is taking a well-deserved vacation, I’m Laurie Ochoa, arts and entertainment editor of the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s essential arts stories.

A ‘DISASTROUS’ TEA WITH GLENDA JACKSON

When Times theater critic Charles McNulty snagged a dream interview with Glenda Jackson, now starring on Broadway in Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women,” he got more than he bargained for....

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