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Staff reporterThe hunt is over for a Lancaster man, wanted in connection with a 2004 homicide. Lancaster Police arresting the suspect after a standoff last night. Since announcing the first arrests in this case, police say they received a bunch of tips, as they...
Orlando Theater Blog - Orlando SentinelBye Bye Birdie, the 1960s smash hit musical will light up the IceHouse Theatre this summer, beginning Thursday. Rock ‘n' roll idol Conrad Birdie appears on The Ed Sullivan Show to kiss one lucky girl âgoodbyeâ before he is drafted into the...
Times Staff WriterTeen spirit infuses "Bye Bye Birdie" at the Madrid Theatre in Canoga Park. That's as it should be in this 1960s musical revolving around an Army-bound rock 'n' roll idol and his swooning fans. A well-trained teen ensemble and theater professionals are...
Tags: Teen-agers, Theater, Culture, Music Theater, Paul Taylor
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 10, 2000 Walter Foote's "The Tavern" is in the finest tradition of the small, independent movie that endeavors to illuminate the struggles and dreams of ordinary people. With tenderness, insight and humor but also with a clear-eyed...
Tribune theater criticWhen the Broadway revival of "42nd Street" opened last year, the 1980 version had only been gone a dozen years, after a near-decade-long run. Was that enough downtime? Why bring it back so soon? Questions along those lines echoed down the new, de-hookered...
Tags: William Shatner, Michael Phillips, Allentown, Wetlands, Theater
Tribune chief criticWhen it opened in 1980, "42nd Street" set a top ticket price of $30 for a Broadway musicaland it was worth every penny. Fitted out with lavish scenery, gorgeous costumes, flashy tap-dancing, a witty book and the vintage, hummable tunes of composer...
Tags: David Merrick, Allentown, Wetlands, Theater, Natural Resources
Tribune chief criticThree years after "West Side Story" had shown us teenagers rumbling in big, bad Manhattan in 1957, along came "Bye Bye Birdie," which showed us teenagers rollicking in small, good Sweet Apple, Ohio. "Birdie" was a funny and sweet show then; and today,...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe following is a list of theatrical productions: ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE The theater is on the campus of Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Season tickets are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $47 and $57 for seniors. Second-stage shows...
After journeying across an ocean and a continent - from the tiny Pacific isle of Chuuk to rural Ashburn, Ga. - Gloria Likiche was surprised to find herself working the graveyard shift at a nursing home, emptying bedpans for $5.50 an hour and eating so...
Tribune staff reporterImagine a home-and-home set of high school all-star games featuring Chicago's finest vs. the pride of Peoria. One game at the UIC Pavilion, the other at the Peoria Civic Center. Our local favorites would feature a seemingly unbeatable combination of a...
Tribune staff reporterOminous dark clouds scudded overhead and driving rain bursts and swirling winds whistled through Joe Robbie Stadium, creating eerie special effects for the Bears and Miami Dolphins to perform in the theater of the bizarre. Maybe the victory was a fluke....
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