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  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast September 23, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Jason Alexander was born in Newark, N.J., today in 1959. This birthday guy will be forever immortalized in TV lore as George Costanza from the hit comedy series "Seinfeld". He also won a 1989 Tony award for Best Leading Actor for his performance in the Broadway production of "Jerome Robbins' Broadway". He has recently lent his voice talents to animated series such as "Glenn Martin DDS," "American Dad" and "The Cleveland Show."
  • This 'Follies' is no second fiddle

    This 'Follies' is no second fiddle
    Among Stephen Sondheim fans, it's already being called "the other 'Follies.'" When Gary Griffin and Chicago Shakespeare Theater began making plans for a major Chicago revival of the 1971 musical (book by James Goldman, music and lyrics by Sondheim)...

    'West Side Story: 50th Anniversary Edition'

    'West Side Story: 50th Anniversary Edition'
    The Jets and the Sharks face off again in the classic musical revision of "Romeo and Juliet," directed for the screen by Robert Wise ("The Sound of Music") and choreographer Jerome Robbins. Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer are Maria and Tony, whose...

    On "Fela" at Shubert Theater in New Haven -- and More

    On "Fela" at Shubert Theater in New Haven -- and More
    The show: “Fela!” The place: Shubert Theater in New Haven. Thoughts on leaving the parking lot?: I was going to write a standard blog-style review of "Fela" which I saw Friday night but since the run was so short -- it ended today -- I...

    'Fiddler' finds its place amid the holiday rush

     'Fiddler' finds its place amid the holiday rush
    In Grace Paley's charming autobiographical story "The Loudest Voice," a Jewish mother in 1930s Brooklyn is aghast when her daughter announces she's been selected to narrate the decidedly non-secular school Christmas pageant. Dad, however, is more...