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  • Peter O'Toole: An Enduring and Endearing Star Against All Odds

    That Peter O'Toole made it to the ripe old age of 81 doubtless surprised no one more than O'Toole himself. "The common denominator of all my friends is that they're dead," he joked mordantly in an interview for the 2008 book "Hellraisers," which...
  • The Night I Was Kissed By Lawrence of Arabia

    I'll always remember the night I was kissed by Lawrence of Arabia. And Hamlet. Robinson Crusoe. Lord Jim. Alan Swann, Don Quixote. King Henry II. Henry Higgins. Anton Ego. And so many more figures of history and imagination that all had the good fortune...
  • As 'MacArthur Park' turns 45, Jimmy Webb will play it in that park

    As 'MacArthur Park' turns 45, Jimmy Webb will play it in that park
    Before becoming a widely lauded songwriter, Jimmy Webb was just another aspiring musician living in a dingy Los Angeles apartment. The Oklahoma transplant would wander from his low-rent flat in Silver Lake to a place that would inspire one of his most...
  • Avi Hoffman brings latest one-man show to Boca Raton

    Avi Hoffman brings latest one-man show to Boca Raton
    Avi Hoffman is Jewish. Still. So much so the actor proclaims it with the title of his latest stage project, "Still Jewish After All These Years: A Lifetime in the Theatre." The one-man-show is being produced through May 19 by the Boca Raton Theatre...
  • Putting his Stamp on a great role

    Putting his Stamp on a great role
    Renowned British actor Terence Stamp was initially hesitant to take on the role of a curmudgeonly pensioner in the touching new film, "Unfinished Song," opening this week at the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena. "I don't know if I play ordinary that well,"...
  • Peacocks ruffle residents' feathers

     Peacocks ruffle residents' feathers
    To some, the two dozen peafowl who remain wild in the hillside area above Angeles Crest Highway near tiny Glenola Park are inspiring for their novelty and beauty. To many others, the noisy, messy birds make for lousy neighbors. But neither side in the...
  • Book review: 'Robert Redford: The Biography' by Michael Feeney Callan

    Book review: 'Robert Redford: The Biography' by Michael Feeney Callan
    In Michael Feeney Callan's fawning new biography, we get plenty of the actor, director and environmentalist we already know but only a tantalizing, too-brief glimpse of a young man we almost never hear about: Charles Robert Redford Jr., Angeleno. From...
  • Christopher Plummer still has 'A Word or Two' to say

    Christopher Plummer still has 'A Word or Two' to say
    "First you're young. Then you're old. Then you're wonderful." — Alice Roosevelt Longworth STRATFORD, Canada — Christopher Plummer is in the wonderful phase of his career — and at 82 he's seizing the opportunity. In February, the six-...
  • Saturday's Highlights: "A Family Thanksgiving" on Hallmark

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 7 - 13 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies ‘A FAMILY THANKSGIVING': A corporate attorney (Daphne Zuniga) awakes in an......
  • Jo Bonney, directing Neil LaBute's 'Break of Noon,' gets a nod from Culture Clash

     
    Jo Bonney, the Obie Award-winning New York-based director, will demonstrate her stagecraft next week in L.A. when playwright Neil LaBute's latest, "The Break of Noon," opens at the Geffen Playhouse. The director, who previously helmed LaBute's "Fat Pig"...
  • Around Town: Clint Eastwood and Italian classics

     
    Silen flicks, Italian masterworks and a chat with Clint Eastwood and an evening with long-time Times film critic Kevin Thomas are on tap this week....