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  • 'Power' explores the dark corners of clubs and drugs

     'Power' explores the dark corners of clubs and drugs
    In the last few years, Starz has explored far flung places and times in search of a hit original drama. Think "Spartacus," "Da Vinci's Demons" and "Black Sails." But its latest original drama, "Power," is set in the gritty here and now. And it is...
  • Robert Zemeckis, Universal at Work on 'Back to the Future' Musical for West End

    Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter Bob Gale have teamed with Universal Stage Prods., producer Colin Ingram and Amblin Entertainment to turn 1985 time-travel comedy "Back to the Future" into a stage musical. Zemeckis, who directed the pic, and original...
  • 'A Haunted House' wears out its only joke ★

    'A Haunted House' wears out its only joke ★
    Marlon Wayans wrings every last down-and-dirty giggle out of a single joke in "A Haunted House," his return to "Scary Movie" territory, in truth if not by contract. He's no longer involved in that series, so he limited himself to making fun not of every...
  • Orlando's 2013-14 Broadway shows include 'Book of Mormon,' 'War Horse,' 'Once'

     Orlando's 2013-14 Broadway shows include 'Book of Mormon,' 'War Horse,' 'Once'
    "The Book of Mormon" will be in good company when the 2013-14 series of touring Broadway shows opens in Orlando in the fall. "War Horse," the 2011 best-play Tony winner, and "Once," the Tonys' best musical of 2012, will join "The Book of Mormon" when...
  • 'Glee' recap: Girls (And Boys) On Film

    'Glee' recap: Girls (And Boys) On Film
    At the beginning of this film-inspired "Glee," we find Will and Emma dancing around all Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers-like to "You're All the World to Me" in old school black and white. But wait...didn't y'all essentially break up? I'm confused. But...
  • Arts Year in Review: Birthdays and big names

    Arts Year in Review: Birthdays and big names
    You say it's your birthday? It's their birthday too, yeah. There were plenty of candles being blown out — literally and figuratively — as two of Costa Mesa's most venerable institutions hit a milestone in 2013. South Coast Repertory kicked...
  • Hartford Stage's 'Gentleman's Guide' Opening On Broadway

    Hartford Stage's 'Gentleman's Guide' Opening On Broadway
    Darko Tresnjak and Joey Parnes — the Broadway newbie and the veteran producer — sit in the orchestra section of the Walter Kerr Theatre looking remarkably serene. After all, it was the last day to put in any finishing touches before critics...
  • On Theater: This 'Sister' is a class act

    On Theater: This 'Sister' is a class act
    Time was when hit Broadway shows were turned into movies. Now, judging by recent productions at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, it's the other way around. Recent attractions at the center have included "Billy Elliot," "The Addams Family,"...
  • Debbie Rowe reveals personal moments with Michael Jackson

    Debbie Rowe reveals personal moments with Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe smiled -- and at times sobbed -- as she testified Thursday about her memories of her former husband, offering one of the most intimate looks at the intensely private pop star during a 3½-month trial focused on his...
  • Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day' is both traditional and personal

    TELLURIDE, Colo. — Director Jason Reitman suspects he will get the same "Labor Day" question that dogged Joyce Maynard when she wrote her 2009 novel of the same name: How could any single mother invite an escaped prisoner into her home? But if...
  • Review: 'Born Dead, Still Weird' a jaunty portrait of Gahan Wilson

     Review: 'Born Dead, Still Weird' a jaunty portrait of Gahan Wilson
    Steven-Charles Jaffe's first-rate documentary "Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird" appears right on the heels of "Dear Mr. Watterson," another enjoyable cinematic profile of a famed cartoonist ("Calvin and Hobbes'" Bill Watterson). But Jaffe's film...