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  • Movie Projector: Memorial Day weekend to soar with 'Hangover,' 'Kung Fu Panda' sequels

     
    The release of two sequels -- one a lewd comedy aimed at adults, the other an animated film for a family audience -- could conspire to make this Memorial Day moviegoing weekend the biggest on record. While "The Hangover Part......
  • The Script speaks: The surprise success of 'Breakeven' and story behind 'For the First Time"

     
    The success of The Script’s song “Breakeven” in 2010 surprised just about everybody. It wasn’t even among the first two singles released from The Script’s self-titled 2008 album. The first single, “We Cry,” failed...
  • Violinist Midori to play Orlando concert with Minnesota Orchestra

     
    World-renowned violinist Midori will give a concert with the Minnesota Orchestra in Orlando next March — thanks to the Orlando Philharmonic, the Edyth Bush Charitable foundation and an anonymous donor. That team stepped forward to make sure the...
  • Box Office: 'Super 8' is No. 1; 'Judy Moody' is a bummer

     
    "Super 8," a film with an original concept and a cast of unknown stars, took the No. 1 spot at the box office this weekend -- a rarity for a movie released in a summer full of big-budget studio tentpoles.......
  • Judy Davis returns to stage in Australian production of 'The Seagull'

     
    Australia's Judy Davis returns to stage in 'The Seagull'...
  • Playwrights Annie Baker, Dael Orlandersmith, Heather Woodbury to give talk

     
    The Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach hosts its 142nd artists-in-residence program with master playwrights Annie Baker, Dael Orlandersmith, Heather Woodbury and 18 associate artists. Annie Baker's name might sound especially familiar to...
  • Chicago: The Windy, Meaty City

    Chicago: The Windy, Meaty City
    We are creeping along the Chicago expressway when I decide it is time to merge into the right lane. For some reason, none of the other drivers is letting me in. I do all the things I usually do when I merge. The blinker is bleating -- hiccup, hiccup --...
  • Bea Arthur, star of 'Golden Girls' and 'Maude,' dies at 86

    Beatrice Arthur, best known as the acerbic Maude Findlay on Norman Lear's sitcom "Maude" and as the strong-willed Dorothy Zbornak on the long-running " The Golden Girls," died today. She was 86. Arthur, a stage-trained actress who was a success on...
  • 'Wanting: A Novel' by Richard Flanagan

    'Wanting: A Novel' by Richard Flanagan
    Wanting A Novel Richard Flanagan Atlantic Monthly Press: 256 pp., $24 If there is one lesson that the writer and editor can learn from George W. Bush's war on terror -- and I mean one insightful, nongeopolitical lesson -- it is this: Beware of...
  • 'Dirty Dancing,' the mega-hit musical

    'Dirty Dancing,' the mega-hit musical
    As an original cast member of " Dirty Dancing -- The Classic Story on Stage," Josef Brown is no stranger to receiving what he calls an "ecstatic reaction" from theatergoers. Even if that reaction is, in effect, a borderline hysterical outpouring of...
  • Jane Campion's 'Bright Star' poetry

    Jane Campion's 'Bright Star' poetry
    Jane Campion has been many things, including the only woman to win the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or and an inspiration, she only recently found out, to Quentin Tarantino, who confided that her success with "The Piano" emboldened him to feel "you...