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Special to the TribuneHaving a celebrity like Tom Selleck in the starring role is not only desirable for a producer looking to tour an old American comedy from 1962 and then take it all the way to Broadway. These days, it's pretty much a prerequisite. When Herb Gardner's...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Dexter Gordon as Dale Turner in 'ROUND MIDNIGHT Irwin Winkler Production; Warner Bros. Bob Hoskins as George in MONA LISA Palace/HandMade Production; Island Pictures William Hurt as James in...
The nominations for the annual Joseph Jefferson Awards honoring excellence in the Chicago area's professional theaters are out, an occasion for celebration and, this year, for considerable consternation. The celebratory part comes for the nominees in...
On a Saturday with cumulus castles in the air and steamy stickiness the locals know is a prelude to thunderstorms, Republican delegates, volunteers and guests checked into hotels, thousands of demonstrators walked across the Brooklyn Bridge and the police...
AP Drama Writer"Monty Python's Spamalot," an offbeat musical spoof inspired by those quirky British cutups and their film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," grabbed 14 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, including a nod for best musical. Close behind -- with 11 nominations...
Special to SunSpotAs you start to acquaint yourself with Maryland's colleges, you might discover some basic facts. For instance, you'll learn that the University of Maryland College Park is the largest college in the state, Goucher College was once an all-female...
IN CASE YOU missed it - and chances of that are pretty good - I promised to produce answers today to the Winter Day Quiz, presented in this space Monday as a public service to snowbound readers of The Sun. Some of you might have found the quiz through...
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Sun Theater CriticThe thematic connection may be largely coincidental, but there's no denying the serendipity of opening the Hippodrome Performing Arts Center with the Baltimore-Washington premiere of The Producers, which will inaugurate the renovated theater with a five-...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 29, 1995 A bad tactical decision was made by writer Ellen Simon and director David Anspaugh at the very beginning of "Moonlight & Valentino," and the movie neither backs away from it nor recovers from it. In setting up their story...
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