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Jeff Goldblum joins The Times for a chat about the play 'Seminar'

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Jeff Goldblum, starring in "Seminar" at the Ahmanson Theatre through Nov. 18, will participate in a Google+ Hangout in this space at noon Pacific on Tuesday.

The actor will talk about the stage comedy, written by Theresa Rebeck, in which he plays a noted novelist teaching an adult writing seminar. Goldblum played the role on Broadway this year, taking over from Alan Rickman. 

Goldblum — the star of such sci-fi movies as "The Fly," "Jurassic Park" and "Independence Day" — has worked in theater throughout his career. He appeared in a 1989 New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Twelfth Night" opposite Michelle Pfeiffer.

More recently, he appeared in Martin McDonagh's "The Pillowman" on Broadway in 2005 and a Pittsburgh production of "The Music Man" in 2004.

Check back here on Culture Monster to see the hangout.

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