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  • Composer John Adams Returns To Yale For Weeklong Residency

    Composer John Adams Returns To Yale For Weeklong  Residency
    You might see a certain famous composer grabbing slices of New Haven's famous pizza later this month. John Adams, who presented the Tanner Lectures on Human Values in 2009 and was awarded an honorary doctorate in 2013, returns to Yale during the week of...
  • Review: Kraemer brings stylish verve to CSO's Bach marathon

    Review: Kraemer brings stylish verve to CSO's Bach marathon
    The idea of presenting Bach in bulk is not new but has gained currency in Chicago in recent months. Barely three weeks after the WFMT Bach Organ Project – a 10-concert series devoted to performances of the complete solo organ works of J.S. Bach...
  • Mike Nichols' theater legacy: Laughter and tears with equal genius

    Mike Nichols' theater legacy: Laughter and tears with equal genius
    Whenever Mike Nichols worked in the theater, it was inevitably an event, the focal point of the season — the show you simply had to get tickets to or be left in the conversational cold. When he directed “Waiting for Godot” with Steve...
  • 'Delicate Balance' teeters slightly but always fascinates

    The setting for Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance" is "the living room of a large and well-appointed suburban home," and scenic designer Santo Loquasto has conjured the scene so sumptuously at Broadway's Golden Theatre that you can practically hear the...
  • The first Hollywood Awards show of the season falls flat

    "NEVER TOUCH your idols: the gilding will stick to your fingers!" Gustave Flaubert. LAST FRIDAY night! I had the incredible experience of watching the first televised Hollywood Film Awards. OK, there's "tacky" and then there is "hopeless." The HFA was on...
  • Video: Broadway, Disney vet Bret Shuford performs in Orlando

    Video: Broadway, Disney vet Bret Shuford performs in Orlando
    WHAT: Broadway actor Bret Shuford has a simple question: Why should the princesses get all the glory? A veteran of Disney's "The Little Mermaid" and "Beauty and the Beast," Shuford is in Orlando this week to perform his cabaret "Charming: A Tale of An...
  • Community: New orchestra on the musical horizon

    Community: New orchestra on the musical horizon
    Artistic director/conductor Norman Mamey is a giant step closer to his dream of starting a new orchestra. His 35-member board of governors coordinated the first fundraiser for the Los Angeles Premiere Orchestra earlier this month at Lakeside Golf Club in...
  • Mimi Award Honoree Stephen Adly Guirgis Writes About People 'With Compassion'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Stephen Adly Guirgis was honored Monday night with the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, also known as the Mimi award, at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center. Attendees in a packed, lively theater were...
  • 10 facts about the Music Center campus and how it's run

    10 facts about the Music Center campus and how it's run
    What exactly is the Music Center? The term applies to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Mark Taper Forum, the Ahmanson Theatre, Walt Disney Concert Hall and REDCAT. Grand Park, the newish green space between the Music Center and City Hall, is also...
  • How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions

     How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions
    First came the national anthem played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, then a resplendent fanfare by Richard Strauss. But when 22 brass players and a pair of timpanists proclaimed the opening of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Dec. 6, 1964, that...
  • At 50, Music Center's 'backward' orientation may see a turnaround

    At 50, Music Center's 'backward' orientation may see a turnaround
    If practice is what gets you to Carnegie Hall, as the saying goes, what gets you to the Music Center has always been a car. The performing arts complex, which will turn 50 next month, sits atop Bunker Hill in downtown Los Angeles like a late-modern,...