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Special to The TimesRecalling Bramwell Tovey's debut with the Philharmonic at Disney Hall in May 2007 (he had already guest conducted at the Bowl) in a program that included Elgar's "Enigma Variations," Borda says he gave "one of the greatest verbal program notes I had...
Special to The TimesOH, THOSE mirrored panels. When they turn to reflect a stage full of lithe dancers in leotards and muscle shirts, you can't fight the thrill. Cue the straw hats, tight glutes and heartbreak: "A Chorus Line" has arrived at the Ahmanson Theatre, a...
Tags: Death, Theater, Dance, A Chorus Line (musical), Broadway Theater
Dancer Rachelle Rak climbs "up a steep and very narrow stairway" to a dressing room at the Broadhurst Theatre to await the worst news of her professional life: She will not be getting the role of Sheila in the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line," an...
The Hartford CourantFor Brett D. Hellerman, CEO of Wood Creek Capital Management LLC in New Haven, buying one of the most prominent independent record companies is a coup for several reasons, not least a partnership with a revered Hollywood legend. Wood Creek's purchase...
Hartford CourantKlea Blackhurst, known for her musical tribute to Ethel Merman, stars in the upcoming revival of "Hello, Dolly!" at Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam. The production, staged by Daniel Goldstein, runs June 28 to Sept. 8. It will be the second...
Tags: Ethel Merman, Music, Arts and Culture, Rentals, Jerry Herman
There’s a light and dark theme running through the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s 2013-2014 season, which includes works dealing with great loss, as well as great compassion. “Sometimes through tragedy, whether a world war or a...
Costa Mesa High School's drama students will soon lift the curtain on a musical that revels in the backstage drama of beauty pageants, and on Thursday they researched the real thing. Angela Perez-Baraquio, who Miss America 2001 and the first Asian...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe 85th annual Oscars clocked in at 3 hours 35 minutes. They could have been a slog, except that Oscar producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan are showmen who love the movies. That affection transformed this music-themed telecast into the most...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelJack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep will present at the Oscars this Sunday, and their inclusion will bring needed oomph to the 85th annual awards. Maybe James Bond will help, too. The Oscars will salute the 50-year-old film franchise and offer...
Liz Smith"I THINK it's a terrible shame that politics has become show business," said director Sydney Pollack. WHILE first lady Michelle Obama lent herself to the opening of the Oscar envelope for best picture, bets were that she hoped the winner would turn out...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Just as Oscar host Seth MacFarlane set his sights on a variety of targets with a mixture of hits and misses, the motion picture academy spread the gold around to a varied slate of films. "Argo" won best picture as expected,...
VarietyThis time, the "Argo" story in Variety is truly about a big picture. Connecting three decades of history while erasing a quarter-century of Oscar protocol, Ben Affleck's "Argo" survived -- and indeed, thrived -- following its exclusion from the director...
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