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  • Disney developing another Cruella de Vil movie

    Disney developing another Cruella de Vil movie
    Having already made two recent live-action movies with Cruella de Vil at its center — 1996’s “101 Dalmatians” and the 2000 sequel, “102 Dalmatians” — Disney is planning a third film about the villainess to be...
  • 'Vanya and Sonia,' 'Cinderella' see box-office bump after Tonys

    'Vanya and Sonia,' 'Cinderella' see box-office bump after Tonys
    Broadway shows posted a healthy uptick in box-office revenue in the week immediately following the Tony Awards, with best-play winner "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," by Christopher Durang, seeing an especially large percentage jump in ticket...
  • RSC receives grant from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

    RSC receives grant from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
    The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded more than $127,000 to the Royal Shakespeare Company. The grant is to help the company's outreach arm, which brings the Bard's work to children in underprivileged schools. Other beneficiaries from the...
  • Review: 'revolver' nails bull's-eye at Celebration Theatre

    Review: 'revolver' nails bull's-eye at Celebration Theatre
    A potent charge of relevant provocation propels “revolver” at the Celebration Theatre. In the final production at its longtime venue, L.A.’s flagship gay theater scores a profoundly affecting bull's-eye with Chris Phillips’...
  • Jean Stapleton: Actress who played Edith Bunker was no 'dingbat'

    Jean Stapleton: Actress who played Edith Bunker was no 'dingbat'
    Jean Stapleton won worldwide fame as Edith Bunker, the cheerfully clueless wife of bigoted Archie Bunker on the groundbreaking series "All in The Family." Her resume also included later portrayals as  Mother Goose, the Fairy Godmother and Mrs. Piggle-...
  • Jean Stapleton was the sum of many parts: An appreciation

    Jean Stapleton was the sum of many parts: An appreciation
    Jean Stapleton, who died Friday at the age of 90, was 48 when she became famous as Edith Bunker in "All in the Family." By the time that landmark sitcom premiered in 1971, she had been acting for 30 years on the stage, in movies and on television,...
  • Tonys 2013: Broadway fans are all atwitter

    Tonys 2013: Broadway fans are all atwitter
    Getting up close to a Broadway star can cost you more than $300 a seat for the most popular shows running in New York. But a front row seat on Twitter or Facebook is always free. The current Broadway season, which comes to a close Sunday at the Tony...
  • Walt Disney's 'lost' short, 'Hungry Hobos,' to screen at UCLA

    Walt Disney's 'lost' short, 'Hungry Hobos,' to screen at UCLA
    "Hungry Hobos," a 1928 Walt Disney animated short film that was considered lost for decades, will screen Saturday at UCLA as part of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's 24th annual Silent Film Event. The short, which predates Mickey Mouse and stars...
  • John Caird brings blockbuster cred to L.A. Opera's 'Tosca'

    John Caird brings blockbuster cred to L.A. Opera's 'Tosca'
    John Caird, who's directing the L.A. Opera production of "Tosca" that opens Saturday, played crucial roles in launching two of the biggest stage blockbusters of modern times. The fact that the British director remains somewhat below the radar, at...
  • Lily James picked to star in 'Cinderella'

    Lily James picked to star in 'Cinderella'
    Lily James, who plays Lady Rose MacClare in "Downton Abbey," will take the lead role once rumored for Emma Watson in "Cinderella," the Walt Disney Co., announced Tuesday. The 24-year-old English actress, whose film credits include "Wrath of the Titans"...
  • Lucille Bliss dies at 96; voice of Crusader Rabbit and Smurfette

    Lucille Bliss dies at 96; voice of Crusader Rabbit and Smurfette
    Lucille Bliss, who provided the voice of the cartoon character Crusader Rabbit in the early days of television and gained recognition a generation later as the voice of Smurfette in the 1980s television hit "The Smurfs," has died. She was 96. Bliss...