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  • Classic story meets CGI

    Classic story meets CGI
    The boy who never grew up is more than 100 years old, but new fans are now discovering him in Costa Mesa. One of the most technologically advanced pieces of theater in history has arrived at the Orange County Performing Arts Center — seats,...
  • Stage wannabes do 'Anything'

    So many reality shows promise to make the winner a star. "I'd Do Anything" -- a British competitive series that follows hopefuls auditioning for roles in "Oliver!" -- delivers on that promise. The show, premiering on BBC America Wednesday, Oct. 27, was a...
  • Classically Trained: Boys chorus gives its regards to Hollywood

    Classically Trained: Boys chorus gives its regards to Hollywood
    Editor's note: This corrects the name of Jim Corbett's son. FOUNTAIN VALLEY — I spotted James Dean mingling among the crowd on Saturday night. He had a cigarette tucked behind his ear and was sporting that iconic black leather jacket. Dean was...
  • On Theater: Golden West unveils next season

    Comedy, tragedy, drama and music — these four basic elements of the theater all will be explored, in that order, by Golden West College during its 2010-11 season. The Huntington Beach college will be leading off with "Don't Dress for Dinner,"...
  • Broadway rocks, conclude The Times' theater and pop critics

    Broadway rocks, conclude The Times' theater and pop critics
    Theater critic Charles McNulty and pop music critic Ann Powers began their conversation about the changing sound of the Broadway musical in the lobby of the Sam S. Shubert Theatre in New York, where they ran into each other at a Sunday matinee of...
  • Around & About

    CAMPS Summer ZooCamp — July 5-Aug. 7. The Los Angeles Zoo, 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, 90027, offers ZooCamp for youngsters. Each camp is led by specially trained staff and given age-appropriate themes. To learn more go online to http://www.lazoo....
  • Will sequel equal original 'Phantom of the Opera' for Andrew Lloyd Webber?

     
    Twenty-one years ago, "The Phantom of the Opera" opened on Broadway to mixed reviews, but still went on to win seven Tony Awards, including best musical. And in the ultimate slap in the face to critics, the tuner became the longest-running show in the...
  • Monster Mash: Metropolitan Museum of Art sued over Cezanne; Playboy artwork sells at auction

     
    Lawsuit: A Parisian engineer is suing New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to recover a Paul Cezanne painting that he says the Bolsheviks stole from his great-grandfather during the Russian Revolution. (Bloomberg) From Hugh to you: Artwork that...
  • Monster Mash: New claim of 'Mona Lisa' secret; Andrew Lloyd Webber calls off theater sales

     
    Enigmatic: An Italian researcher has claimed that Leonardo da Vinci painted tiny letters into the eyes of the "Mona Lisa," which may reveal the identity of his model. (The Guardian) Canceled: The planned sale of four major West End theaters......
  • Peaches talks tonight's performance of 'Peaches Christ Superstar,' her adaptation of a classic rock opera

     
    A lot can happen to an artist’s development in 10 years. Just ask Peaches. Primarily regarded as the high priestess of electro-sex and bass-rattling nihilism, the 42-year-old electroclash provocateur is one of the last people you’d expect to star in.....
  • Live review: 'Peaches Christ Superstar' at the Orpheum Theatre

     
    "Don'tcha think it's rather funny / I should be in this position," the Canadian singer-rapper-performance artist Peaches sang halfway through the first act of "Peaches Christ Superstar," her surprisingly faithful one-woman (plus remarkable pianist)...