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  • On Theater: Actors power a wild 'West'

    On Theater: Actors power a wild 'West'
    Sam Shepard receives only about five minutes of screen time in the recent movie "August: Osage County," but his impact as a playwright over the last half-century has been vastly more significant. Shepard has the distinction of winning the Pulitzer Prize...
  • Woody aims for a hit with 'Bullets Over Broadway'

    "Sex without love is a meaningless experience, but as meaningless experiences go, it's pretty da---d good," wrote somebody named Woody. Two of our most talented and controversial entertainment "stars" had a Broadway opening last week at the St. James...
  • 'Book of Mormon,' 'Chimerica' Score at London's Olivier Awards

    North London's 326-seat, not-for-profit Almeida Theater was the runaway winner at the 2014 Olivier Awards, along with the West End version of the Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon." The Almeida and Headlong co-production of Lucy Kirkwood's new play...
  • 'Grandmaster' Adds Hong Kong Film Awards Haul

    HONG KONG -- Wong Kar-wai's martial arts fantasy "The Grandmaster" dominated the Hong Kong Film Awards on Sunday. As it did last month at the Asian Film Awards in Macau, "The Grandmaster" collected 12 prizes including best film, best director for Wong...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Bloomfield Resident Tom Raines Featured In The TGS Production Of "Almost, Maine"

    The Theatre Guild of Simsbury (TGS) presents "Almost, Maine," directed by Karen Sidel and produced by Doreen Cohn. The production runs from Saturday, April 5 through Sunday, April 13 at Eno Memorial Hall, 754 Hopmeadow Street in Simsbury. At times...
  • Glitzy Olivier Awards honors 'Mormon', 'Ghosts',

    LONDON (Reuters) - The London production of "Book of Mormon" won best musical at the Olivier Awards on Sunday, and its star Gavin Creel took home the award for best actor in a musical. A staging of Stephen Sondheim's one-time flop "Merrily We Roll Along"...
  • Dinner With Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, Joe Torre Raises $1M for Muhammad Ali's Celebrity Fight Night

    "I had to show my voter registration and passport to get in here," joked Robert De Niro as he accepted the 2014 Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night Award on April 12 in Phoenix. "And to get a drink at the bar, I had to prove I was not gay. Which is why I...
  • Tony-Winning Actress Phyllis Frelich Dies at 70

    Deaf, Tony-winning actress Phyllis Frelich, who both inspired and starred in the Broadway version of "Children of a Lesser God," died Thursday in her Temple City, Calif. home. She was 70. According to her husband Robert Steinberg, Frelich suffered from...
  • Phyllis Frelich dies at 70; deaf actress was Tony award winner

    Phyllis Frelich, a deaf actress who received a Tony award in 1980 for her performance in "Children of a Lesser God," has died at her Temple City home. She was 70. The cause of her death Thursday was progressive supranuclear palsy, her husband, Robert...
  • Turner Classic Movies Celebrates 20th Anniversary on Monday

    If Turner Classic Movies had only been endowed with films from the pre-1948 MGM library, it would have been the channel of cinefiles' dreams. If it had only had the pre-1950 Warner Bros. library, it would have been a 24/7 haven for film buffs. If it had...
  • Review: 'Love Life' by Rob Lowe

    Review: 'Love Life' by Rob Lowe
    The writing of a second celebrity memoir, like the recording of a second album by a musician, poses a delicate dilemma. The first album usually consists of material the artist is familiar with, has practiced often and played to no little acclaim on...