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World NowUnrest is building in Senegal over President Abdoulaye Wade's plan to seek a third term....
Culture MonsterAttendance rises at Navy SEAL museum in Florida following bin Laden death...
Culture MonsterOn the red carpet Sunday, âLostâ star Matthew Fox let it drop that his career plans will take him to London in the spring to appear in a play that he didn't name. Apparently, it's not the first time heâs......
Culture MonsterThe organizers of the Ford Theatres have selected three Los Angeles theater companies to present plays during the 2010-11 season of the [Inside] the Ford play series. Among the productions will be a world premiere drama plus the local premieres......
Culture MonsterBreaking a taboo: The Israel Chamber Orchestra is set to play at Germany's Bayreuth Festival of Wagnerian music. (Agence France-Presse) Tug of war: The current owners of the Willis Tower in Chicago are in a legal battle with the former......
Culture MonsterOne polarizing, in-your-face artist clearly deserves the company of another. Comedian Dane Cook, whose manic, verbose stand-up acts are loathed and loved in equal measure, will be teaming up with playwright Neil LaBute for the Broadway premiere of "Fat...
Kevin Anderson and Catherine Dent announced for L.A. production of 'The Break of Noon' by Neil LaButeCulture MonsterWhen Neil LaBute's "The Break of Noon" opens at the Geffen Playhouse Feb 2, the cast will be headed by Broadway veteran Kevin Anderson and Catherine Dent of the FX series "The Shield." David Duchovny and Amanda Peet are currently......
Culture MonsterLive chat with playwright-filmmaker Neil LaBute on Feb. 2...
Monster Mash: Pasadena Playhouse's financial woes; Joseph Beuys collection on display; Hugh Dancy, Ben Whishaw headed off-BroadwayCulture Monster-- Money trouble: The Pasadena Playhouse faces daunting financial challenges, including $1.5 million in bank debts. -- Up in the air: When will the art collection of the late Donald Fisher go on view at SFMOMA? Details remain sketchy. --......
Culture MonsterOne seemingly ironclad rule of contemporary theater: All Neil LaBute relationships end horribly. Right? Apparently not. One year after LaBute and MCC, the small Off-Broadway theater company helmed by Robert LuPone and Bernard Telsey, seemingly split in...
If the dysfunctional, self-medicating characters that populate so much 20th-century drama were to check into rehab or get therapy, would they still be stage-worthy? Eugene O'Neill didn't write "Long Day's Journey Into Recovery" or Tennessee Williams "A...
Culture MonsterWhen Neil LaBute takes the floor, you can be sure that the evening is going to be filled with all sorts of dirty talk and creative swearing. On Sunday night at Book Soup, the provocative playwright did not disappoint his......
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