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  • Robert Wilson, Lucinda Childs production of 'Patio' postponed

     
    A planned collaboration between famed theater director Robert Wilson and choreographer Lucinda Childs at the Pacific Standard Time festival has been postponed indefinitely, organizers said on Friday. They said that Wilson and Childs have determined that...
  • Last minute gift ideas: Memorable theater books

     
    Theater book suggestions for the holidays....
  • Theater review: 'And God Created Great Whales' at REDCAT

     
    Mark Swed reviews Rinde Eckert's stunningly effective "Moby Dick" theater piece, "And God Created Great Whales" at REDCAT....
  • L.A. Opera sets 'Two Foscari,' Renee Fleming for new season

     
    "The Two Foscari," starring Plácido Domingo, and a joint recital performance by Renée Fleming and Susan Graham are the highlights of L.A. Opera's 2012-13 season....
  • Eisenhower Memorial opponents' McCarthyite attack

     
    Christopher Knight looks at the McCarthyite attack on the Eisenhower Memorial design for Washington, D.C.'s, National Mall....
  • Music review: Spectral Scriabin

     
    Mark Swed reviews Eteri Andjaparidze's disappointing "Spectral Scriabin" at the Broad Stage....
  • Philip Glass to perform film, opera works at Hollywood Bowl

    Philip Glass to perform film, opera works at Hollywood Bowl
    By the 1980s, Philip Glass had earned a healthy reputation working in the concert hall, art films and the theater. That didn't mean he slid easily into Hollywood. "When I first started doing Hollywood films," Glass, 72, said by phone from his home in New...
  • Family man Robert Wilson loved flight, outdoors

    Whether he was flying an airplane or attending church, Robert L. Wilson of Orlando always had his family close in mind. "He was an old-fashioned guy," said his daughter Tonya Culton of Crestview. "He loved his family and his country and the Lord. He...
  • Biography done with integrity

    Oh, the difficult task of bringing the life story of someone pivotal in world history to the stage or screen. Why are the end results so routinely repetitive in structure or endlessly boring in execution? Well, too many biographies spend so much time on...
  • The Crowd: Henry Segerstrom honored in NYC

    The Crowd: Henry Segerstrom honored in NYC
    NEW YORK — A grand evening in New York City on Monday brought together America's business, cultural and social elite honoring Orange County visionary Henry Segerstrom. The occasion celebrated the Carnegie Hall Medal of Excellence bestowed upon...
  • Dorothy Chandler Pavilion experiences storage squeeze

     
    Anyone driving past the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion these last few weeks has no doubt seen various opera sets and props sitting forlornly outside the building. Some of them are protected from the elements by tarps; some are not. As the......