| Jul 16, 2012
Celeste Holm, the versatile actress who achieved fame on Broadway in the original production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's hit musical "Oklahoma!" in 1943 and five years later won an Oscar for best supporting actress in the landmark movie-drama "Gentleman'...
| Aug 4, 2011
| 7:35 AM
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| Oct 10, 2011
| 11:45 AM
There's an old showbiz adage for actors that working with children is dangerous because they will invariably upstage you.
But in "Ruthless! The Musical" — an over-the-top parody of female-centric melodramas such as "All About Eve" and "Valley of...
| Oct 19, 2011
100 Years Ago
From the Woodbine social column:
"Miss Mary Roth returned to the neighborhood after spending the summer with relatives in Wilmington, Delaware.
Mrs. John M. DeLashautt and daughter, Miss Mildred DeLashmutt, have...
| Jul 15, 2012
| 9:52 AM
NEW YORK -- Oscar-winning actress Celeste Holm died at her home in New York on Sunday at the age of 95, her niece, Amy Phillips, confirmed.
Holm, a star of the Broadway stage and movies, was admitted to New York's Roosevelt Hospital a week ago, but her...
| Jul 16, 2012
| 7:07 AM
Celeste Holm, who died Sunday at 95, had a lengthy career on stage and screen. But one of the actress' foremost passions was situated far from the entertainment industry.
Holm was an arts advocate for many years and served as a chairwoman for Arts...
| Aug 6, 2012
| 4:18 AM
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Fans paid tribute to Marilyn Monroe on Sunday -- on the 50th anniversary of her death.
The movie star died of an overdose at the age of 36 in her Brentwood home.
In the decades since her death, Monroe has remained a pop culture and...
| Aug 8, 2012
| 11:03 AM
It's not exactly true that "Ruthless," the current production at Laguna Beach's No Square Theatre, is the musical version of "The Bad Seed," but there are enough references to that play to cause eyebrow raising among the most casual theatergoers.