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  • 'Honeymooners' Musical to Premiere Next Year

    Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton will belt out the big notes when "The Honeymooners," the new musical based on the hit 1950s TV series, premieres at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Conn., next fall with a commercial producer already attached. The...
  • Musician Nati Cano dies at 81; leader of Mariachi los Camperos

    Musician Nati Cano dies at 81; leader of Mariachi los Camperos
    Nati Cano was 7 when he started playing mariachi music in a group with family members in Mexico. He loved the music but didn't care for the life. "We'd play saloons, and I remember one day playing for one guy and he decided not to pay us," Cano said...
  • Virginia Arts Festival returns in 2015 with an international lineup of music, theater and dance stars

    Virginia Arts Festival returns in 2015 with an international lineup of music, theater and dance stars
    An international lineup of artists in music, theater and dance highlight the Virginia Arts Festival's 2015 season announced this week. Subscriptions are now on sale. The 19th season will open April 10 with Ballet Hispanico, a Latin-inspired troupe...
  • Off Broadway Review: 'The Oldest Boy' by Sarah Ruhl

    Sarah Ruhl's new play, "The Oldest Boy," is extremely imaginative and hypnotically beautiful, but the plot is a puzzler. An American woman, the wife of a Tibetan man, is visited by a high-ranking Buddhist priest and informed that her three-year-old son is...
  • Dancer Wendy Whelan leaves ballet, becomes a freelance modernist

    Dancer Wendy Whelan leaves ballet, becomes a freelance modernist
    In a ballet studio overlooking Grand Avenue downtown, long-limbed, bone-thin Wendy Whelan melts into the arms of her partner, Jared Angle, before sinking into a taut, high backbend off the floor. Then, in the last moment of their duet, he slides under...
  • Why Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Demands a Wider 3D Release

    Jean-Luc Godard has never been one to shy away from a paradox. He might well appreciate the irony that his form-busting use of 3D in "Goodbye to Language" -- the very element that has made this by far his most passionately embraced work in years -- is...
  • 'Interstellar' Shoot: No Bathroom Breaks for Matthew McConaughey

    There are no bathrooms in outer space. That's what the cast of "Interstellar" learned working on Christopher Nolan's latest sci-fi epic, which premiered in New York on Monday night at the AMC Loews Lincoln Center. "We got steel kidneys, because there...
  • Classical music: Beethoven, more from Alexander String Quartet

    Any string quartet approaching its fourth decade would be expected to boast a wide repertoire, yet the enormous span of composers the Alexander String Quartet has embraced is almost beyond belief. It has recorded not just one, but two complete sets of...
  • Fox Exec Gavin Smith's Body Found

    The body of Fox executive Gavin Smith, who was last seen over two years ago, has been found in a rural area of Palmdale near the Angeles National Forest, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner. Several local outlets reported that a body found by...
  • New Details Revealed on the Death of Fox Exec Gavin Smith

    At a press conference on Thursday, police officials revealed new details regarding to the death of Gavin Smith, a missing Fox exec whose body was found this week. "There was evidence in the car that indicated he was killed in the car," Det. Dave Dolson...
  • Wycliffe Gordon channels Louis Armstrong, with student help

    Wycliffe Gordon channels Louis Armstrong, with student help
    The spirit of Louis Armstrong swept into the Jazz Showcase on Thursday night, thanks to the work of a musician who rightly sees enormous value in Satchmo's model. Whether Wycliffe Gordon was singing, talking, joking, playing trombone or turning to...