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  • Edwin H. Brandt Jr.

    Edwin H. Brandt Jr.
    Edwin H. Brandt Jr., a retired Baltimore Sun editor and author who led its sports department and covered 1950s Baltimore Orioles and Colts games, died of complications from a stroke Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Timonium resident was 85.
  • Hal Holbrook, Patti LuPone Booked For Celebrations

    Hal Holbrook, Patti LuPone Booked For Celebrations
    Hal Holbrook will celebrate his 90th birthday in February on stage in Hartford performing his solo show "Mark Twain Tonight!" The Tony and Emmy Award-winner and Academy Award nominee will return with the show for which he has performed over the past...

    Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain meets former 'Tom Sawyer'

    Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain meets former 'Tom Sawyer'
    Bethlehem resident John Drescher was living in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Mo., when Hal Holbrook started his one-man show "Mark Twain Tonight!" in 1954. When Drescher was 13, four years after Holbrook started his show, the big Mark Twain fan was...

    Long Wharf's 'Our Town' Looks A Lot Like New Haven

    Long Wharf's 'Our Town'  Looks A Lot Like New Haven
    For the season opener of Long Wharf Theater's 50th anniversary season, artistic director Gordon Edelstein wanted a work that not only made an artistic statement about the theater but one that reflected the New Haven community. His choice —...

    Channeling Mark Twain: Hal Holbrook performs one-man show in Easton

    Channeling Mark Twain: Hal Holbrook performs one-man show in Easton
    When Hal Holbrook first portrayed Mark Twain in his one-man show in 1954, it was 10 years before the enactment of the Civil Rights Act. The show featured Twain's biting racial commentary from "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Sixty years later, the...