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TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday July 2, 1997 The "Grumpy Old Men" movies reunited Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau with box-office success, but "Out to Sea" is more like it. Much more. Here's a movie mainly about people who are considerably over 21 without a single old...
Tags: Brent Spiner, Entertainment, Dyan Cannon, Jack Lemmon, Assault
Nominees in all categories for the 56th annual Primetime Emmy awards by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: 1. Animated program (for programming less than one hour): "Futurama: The Sting," Fox; "Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil," Cartoon Network;...
Tribune arts reporterIn what's likely to be the hottest ticket of the spring arts season, Elaine Stritch is slated to bring her acclaimed one-woman Broadway show "Elaine Stritch at Liberty" to Chicago in March, sources confirmed Monday. Depending on availability, the show...
Tags: Tony Awards, DVDs and Movies
After close to half a century on stage and screen, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, the co-stars of "Out to Sea," keep fooling, beguiling and surprising us. Nothing can sink or ruffle them. Even with substandard scripts or dubious projects, they remain one...
LONDON (AP) -- Visiting Americans Gwyneth Paltrow and Elaine Stritch were among the nominees Thursday for the 27th annual Laurence Olivier Awards, London's equivalent of the Tonys, while the starriest show of the season -- David Hare's "The Breath of...
Special to the TribuneT he first 20 minutes of "Autumn in New York" are so bland and tedious, rife with obvious direction and blatant exposition, it feels like a low-budget smoocher scripted for a couple of soap-opera stars instead of a big-budget romance with heavy hitters...
Tribune arts reporterFrom Elaine Stritch to Bea Arthur, there's a raft of celebrities doing one-person bio-shows on Broadway this season. Familiar tropes of the genre include a classy pianist with whom one can banter in seemingly spontaneous fashion, anecdotes about Great...
NEW YORK --"I feel like I've walked into someone else's wedding," said Greg Kotis, as the nervous former Neo-Futurists turned author of a hit Broadway musical called "Urinetown" followed the likes of Mary Tyler Moore, Calista Flockhart and Alicia...
Tribune arts criticWithout the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company an artistic asset if ever this town had one Charlotte Jones' "Humble Boy" is precisely the kind of decent, quiet, complex and thoughtful show that Chicagoans would never get to see. Set in a midsummer English...
Times Staff WriterBy the time Rick McKay made it to New York in the '80s with dreams of becoming a singer, he discovered that the Broadway he had learned about in movies and TV while growing up in Indiana no longer existed. Imports, shows with prerecorded music and...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 stars (out of 4) Those of us who love Broadway have been killing it off for almost a century, at least as far back as George Kaufman's famed epitaph for "the fabulous invalid." But few have doomed or glorified the Great White Way with as convincing...
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