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  • 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....
  • A Grammy scene Will Rogers would have loved

    A Grammy scene Will Rogers would have loved
    The Grammys are the strangest, most unwieldy and messiest of the big award shows, an affair that wants to be the Kennedy Center Honors and the Super Bowl halftime show at the same time. There was certainly no shortage of spectacle at the 52nd annual...
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

    Andrew Lloyd Webber Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer
    Broadway composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, his spokesman announced Sunday. In a statement, his spokesman said "the condition is in its very early stages. Andrew is now undergoing treatment and expects to be fully...
  • 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...
  • 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)...
  • Monster Mash: France's cultural scandal; Irving Penn remembered; Brian Wilson's new gig

     
    -- Center of controversy: France's cultural minister Fr??d??ric Mitterrand faces pressure to resign over an admission in his 2005 autobiography that he had sex with boys. (Guardian and Le Monde) -- Legendary artist: Irving Penn, the photographer who...
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber sets opening days for 'Phantom' sequel

     
    "Love Never Dies," the long-awaited musical sequel to the "The Phantom of the Opera," officially has an opening date. In a statement today, Andrew Lloyd Webber said the musical will first open in London at the Adelphi Theatre on March......
  • Theater review: 'Daddy Long Legs' at Rubicon Theatre Company

     
    ???Daddy Long Legs,??? the new chamber musical by John Caird and Paul Gordon, has two things going for it: a completely winning performance by Megan McGinnis and the kind of rags-to-riches Cinderella saga that never fails to draw in the......
  • Monster Mash: 'Thriller' dance event; Andrew Lloyd Webber fighting cancer; London theater ready for download

     
    --Honoring the king of pop: An estimated 20,000 people worldwide engaged in a global "Thriller" dance event over the weekend. (CBC) --Down but not out: Andrew Lloyd Webber is diagnosed with prostate cancer but vows to return to work as......
  • Monster Mash: Kander-Ebb musical to debut off-Broadway; Andrew Lloyd Webber in hospital; UC Berkeley scraps museum plan

     
    -- Eagerly awaited: "The Scottsboro Boys," a new musical from John Kander and Fred Ebb, will begin performances February at off-Broadway's Vineyard Theater. (Variety) -- Scrapped: UC Berkeley has abandoned its plan to construct a new Berkeley Art Museum...
  • Theater review: 'Bonnie & Clyde' at La Jolla Playhouse

     
    Bonnie and Clyde, those iconic, felonious sweethearts, whose Depression-era crime spree tantalized the dark side of America’s imagination, have returned from the great tabloid beyond to prove their mythical appeal still has juice. And the occasion...