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Music Theater

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  • Nathaniel Ayers plays the Foshay Learning Center

    Nathaniel Ayers plays the Foshay Learning Center
    I picked him up at 10:30 Monday morning. He was waiting on the sidewalk outside his apartment with a cello, a violin, a guitar, a trumpet, a walking stick and a backpack full of music.
  • Trey Mason's father figures mightily in his success at Loyola

    Trey Mason's father figures mightily in his success at Loyola
    Sitting at the top level of the gymnasium bleachers, Harvey Mason Jr. leaves no doubt about his joy as a father watching his son, Trey, play basketball for Los Angeles Loyola. Yes, he has been nominated for Grammy Awards, is recognized as one of the...

    Pat Haden is a most brave fella in his latest venture

    Pat Haden is a most brave fella in his latest venture
    Pat Haden always seemed like a well-scrubbed character from your mother's favorite musical, so when he showed up last week in USC's big spring production — actors, crew and musicians outnumbering the football team — it wasn't surprise casting....

    Dear Gold Derby: I've got a Tonys question

     
    Gold Derby reader "Chris N" has a Tony Awards question we put to Howard Sherman, executive director of the American Theatre Wing. If you have a similar question about any showbiz award, you can reach us at GoldDerby@gmail.com. First, Chris' question: I am...

    Theater review: 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum' by Reprise Theatre Company

     
    Ears sometimes take a while to catch up. Stephen Sondheim, after success as lyricist for "West Side Story" and "Gypsy," was 32 in 1962 when he achieved the dream of reaching Broadway with a show for which he had written...