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  • REVIEW: 'The Real Thing' at American Airlines Theatre

    REVIEW: 'The Real Thing' at American Airlines Theatre
    We're all vulnerable in love and marriage — even arty, self-aware British intellectuals who pride themselves on their carefully constructed and seemingly unimpeachable castles of wit, irony and intellectual fortitude. That's the main theme —...
  • Review: 'Birdman' ★★★

    Review: 'Birdman' ★★★
    "Birdman" proves that a movie — the grabbiest, most kinetic film ever made about putting on a play — can soar on the wings of its own technical prowess, even as the banality of its ideas threatens to drag it back down to earth. Much of...
  • Mobile Ticketing Gains Momentum as Goldstar Expands to Android

    Digital ticketer and promoter Goldstar today launched an Android counterpart to its iOS app -- but the headturning news lies in the company's supporting facts and figures about mobile usage in the live-event ticket purchasing process. Goldstar, which...
  • New Song for 'Newsies' As Musical Hits the Road

    When the North American tour of Disney Theatrical Prods.' stage musical "Newsies" opens in Philadelphia tonight, it'll have something its Broadway audience didn't see during the show's two-and-a-half-year run in New York: A brand new song. It's not all...
  • Onetime home of songwriter Cole Porter asks $11.5 million

    Onetime home of songwriter Cole Porter asks $11.5 million
    A stately home once owned by composer and songwriter Cole Porter is listed in Hollywood Hills West at $11.5 million. Identified as the former Cole Porter estate in Times display ads from the 1970s and 1980s, the property was listed in 1976 at $375,000....
  • The Valley Line: Flintridge Guild members tour Children's Hospital

    The Valley Line: Flintridge Guild members tour Children's Hospital
    Longtime "Mainers" told me that this year's crop of autumn leaves were the best that they can remember. I got to see them for myself during a recent 10-day adventure in that beautiful state. I was amazed by the bright red maple trees, golden birches,...
  • Marcia Strassman dies at 66; actress starred in 'Welcome Back, Kotter'

    Marcia Strassman dies at 66; actress starred in 'Welcome Back, Kotter'
    Marcia Strassman, an actress who found fame on the 1970s hit TV sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter" and later starred in the 1989 Disney family film "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," died Friday at her home in Sherman Oaks. She was 66 and had breast cancer, according...
  • 'Mamma Mia!' to explode on stage at State Theatre

    The hits just keep on coming at "Mamma Mia!" the hit musical based on songs by supergroup ABBA, which is on stage at the State Theatre in Easton Nov. 5 and 6. The show is stuffed with 28 song,s such as "Dancing Queen," "Knowing Me, Knowing You," "The...
  • Allentown Band to presents first public family concert

    Allentown Band to presents first public family concert
    The Allentown Band for 13 years has been performing concerts for students in schools. This year conductor Ronald Demkee decided to open its family concert to the public for the first time. "Fabulous Fables!" will be presented at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at...
  • Catching up with Barry Williams

    Author of the best-selling book (1992) "Growing Up Brady: I was a Teenage Greg," Barry Williams is best remembered as the oldest son on the 1970s sitcom "The Brady Bunch." The actor, who recently turned 60, says he is happy just to be working. Currently...
  • Cotovsky will drive the 'Hellcab'

    Cotovsky will drive the 'Hellcab'
    Richard Cotovsky will once again get behind the wheel of the “Hellcab” at Profiles Theatre, the theater has announced. Cotovsky played the driver of the eponymous cab in Will Kern’s play many times during its original production at the...