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Times Staff WriterThinking of getting a CD-ROM encyclopedia for your computer? Don't do it. Not if you already have an Internet connection. The two most popular encyclopedia CD-ROMs -- Encarta Encyclopedia Deluxe 2001, which sells for about $45, and the venerable...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 11, 1998 "Shakespeare in Love" is a ray of light in a holiday film season that was starting to look as gloomy as the scowl on Ebenezer Scrooge's face. A happy conceit smoothly executed, this is one of those entertaining confections...
Tags: Colin Firth, Miramax Films, Romance (genre), Death, John Webster
Tribune staff writerAfter securing a favor a red handkerchief from a fair maiden in the crowd, Sir Joseph the Masked Crusader addresses his supporters from atop his horse. "Good people, I will wear this favor close to my heart," he says, then gently tucks the...
Tribune chief criticThe scene you're going to remember forever from JoAnne Akalaitis' production of "Mary Stuart" at Court Theatre is the Diet Coke bit. In the second act of this historical drama, Queen Elizabeth I and three of her advisers discuss the moral and...
Tags: Death, Elizabeth II
Special to The TimesDoes anyone remember Richard Garrick? He played a tiny role in both the stage and film versions of "A Streetcar Named Desire" as a doctor who gently took Blanche DuBois away to be locked up. According to theater lore, someone once asked Garrick what the...
Special to the TribuneThere's strong stuff at stake in The Hypocrites' latest offering from Sean Graney, a prolific, award-winning Chicago playwright. Opening Sunday in a staging by Jimmy McDermott, "The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide" centers on a suicide note...
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