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The musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” may be nearly as nimble as its lead actor, Jefferson Mays, who plays multiple characters and dies no less than eight times in the production. In its third incarnation, the...
While Jefferson Mays was performing in "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" in the fall of 2012 at Hartford Stage, he recalls, his wife kept overhearing variations on the same remark at intermission: "Isn't it wonderful how they got actors who all...
Tags: Halloween, Arts and Culture, Murder, Tony Awards, Music
An American classic staged by a veteran actor, a musical farce to delight Anglophiles, and a reworking of a landmark 19th century drama are just a few of the more promising theater offerings this season. Predicting which will become a hit is always a...
Tags: Kirk Douglas, Neil LaBute, Arts and Culture, Murder, Music
Culture Monster"Water by the Spoonful," a recent play by Quiara Alegría Hudes about a war veteran and four disparate lives that come together in an online chatroom, won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for drama, it was announced on Monday. The play was performed at Hartford...
Culture MonsterThe Old Globe's 2012 summer season will feature the West coast debut of "Divine Rivalry," Michael Kramer's new historical drama about Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, as well as the San Diego premiere of "God of Carnage" by Yasmina Reza. In addition,...
Culture MonsterThe New York Drama Critics' Circle announced Friday that it has bestowed its award for best play for the 2009-10 season to Horton Foote's "The Orphans' Home Cycle." Foote's play had its world premiere at Hartford Stage in 2009 and......
Monster Mash: Tim Burton exhibition heading to LACMA in 2011; Diller Scofidio + Renfro gets Berkeley commissionsCulture Monster-- Creepy, but in a good way: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art will host the Tim Burton exhibition that ran last year at New York's Museum of Modern Art. (Los Angeles Times) -- Major win: Diller Scofidio +......
Culture MonsterNominations for the 25th Lucille Lortel Awards -- which recognize achievement in the off-Broadway theater -- were announced Thursday with "The Glass Menagerie," "The Pride" and "When the Rain Stops Falling" leading the field with six each. One notable...
Horton Foote, whose bittersweet stories of heartbreak and regret set in small Southern towns earned him wide popular acclaim as well as two Academy Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, died Wednesday. He was 92. Foote died in his sleep at his apartment in...
Tags: Goodman Theatre, Culture, Death, Children, Arts and Culture
Theater CriticIf one were to choose a single phrase to distill the essence of Horton Foote's distinctive literary grace, the title of the 1983 film for which he won an Academy Award for screenwriting, "Tender Mercies," could hardly be bettered. For it is this quality...
Tags: Death, Celebrities, Horton Foote, Movies, Awards and Prizes
READER SUBMITTED: Congratulations To Lamb Studios Student Eli Baker Of Glastonbury On Starring In NBC's New ComedySouth WindsorEli has worked with Michael Lamb of Lamb Studios for several of his big auditions, including landing a role at Hartford Stage and a lead role in "Mame" at the Goodspeed Opera House. Now, Eli will be starring in NBC's "The Family Guide," directed by David...
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