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Tribune arts reporter"Comfortable Shoes," the autobiographical musical by Las Vegas entertainer Clint Holmes, will close on Nov. 10, some weeks earlier than expected. The show becomes the latest in a long line of commercial attractions at the Royal George Theatre that have...
Tags: Television, Malcolm McDowell, Neve Campbell, Sports, Movies
Tribune arts criticThere are performers who come out of Chicago, and then there are those who seem to belong to the city, stars whose lights shine brightest here, whose fans harbor proprietary feelings of kinship and outright love. Karen Mason, returning again this year...
Complete list of nominees announced Tuesday for the 47th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented Feb. 13 in Los Angeles: Record of the Year: "Let's Get It Started," The Black Eyed Peas; "Here We Go Again," Ray Charles and Norah Jones; "American Idiot,"...
The Wall Street JournalPerfectionist. Can't delegate. Won't delegate. Compulsive. Control freak. It's an entrepreneurial condition that goes by many names. And for many owners of smaller companies, it's the affliction that both keeps them from effectively expanding their...
Orlando Sentinel Staff WriterFor a short fellow, Dudley Moore had a great gift for making it big. Over a career than spanned more than 40 years, Moore managed to arrive, with a splash, several times -- as an ensemble comedian, as half of one of the wickedest comic duos ever to come...
Tags: Goldie Hawn, Movies, Parkinson's Disease, Entertainment, England
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Tribune arts criticShecky (a.k.a. Bob) Kulhan is the rare Chicago improviser whose sensibility is overtly European and whose greatest asset is something other than his running mouth. Kulhan, whose career combines serious acting for the Utopian Theatre Asylum (T.U.T.A.)...
Sun Theater CriticStephen Sondheim has told the story so often, it's nearly a legend. When he was 15, he showed Oscar Hammerstein a musical he had written with two fellow students. He was, he admits, naive enough to think it was worth putting on professionally....
Tags: Television, Mystery (genre), Poetry, Japan, John Barrowman
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