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Cabaret fanatics – and you know who you are – invariably suffer a persistent worry: What if there is some amazing live gig out there I don’t know about? Well, Monday night your worst nightmare came and went -- unless you were one of...
As far back as Louis Lumière's 1895 "Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory in Lyon" 46-second short, work has been a central theme in motion pictures.¶There have been stark dramas about officer workers as drones (King Vidor's 1928 "The Crowd"), satires...
Let me understand this: We have a pedestrian who bolts out against the red light into a large oncoming truck, she gets totaled, and some brain surgeon writes that the solution is to ticket more motorists. Amazing (“70-year-old woman struck by...
LakeviewStroll on down to Belmont & Lakeshore tonight at dusk to enjoy a free outdoor movie as a part of the 2011 season of Movies in the Parks. Tonight’s entertainment is the movie “The Greatest Show on Earth”, (yep, I had to Google it too)...
Orlando Theater BlogAnd right on the heels of the Winter Park Playhouse season announcement comes information for actors who wish to audition for the productions. Here's the announcement from the Playhouse: 2011 – 2012 GENERAL AUDITIONS The Winter Park Playhouse will...
Orlando Theater BlogMore auditions for the Winter Park Playhouse season. Here's the announcement from artistic director Roy Alan: Due to overwhelming response, The Winter Park Playhouse has added an additional day of auditions for their 2011-2012 Season on Wednesday, April...
Tribune staff reporterAs of Friday, analog television broadcasts are as dead as the 1960s program "My Mother the Car." We've gone digital, which is yet another sign that you can't fight progress, despite what movie mogul Darryl Zanuck said about TV in 1946: "People will soon...
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Marie Osborne Yeats, a top child star during the early silent-movie era who was billed as Baby Marie Osborne in films such as "Little Mary Sunshine," has died. She was 99. Yeats, who had a later career as a movie studio costume supervisor, died Nov. 11...
Of all the since-departed celebrities who've shown up to entertain at the Laguna Playhouse recently (George Gershwin, Ella Fitzgerald), none shines brighter than the queen of Broadway herself, Miss Ethel Merman. "Ethel Merman's Broadway," a one-woman...
Among the major notables who passed from the scene this year, three of the most famous -- two masters of cinema and a genius of football -- died on the same day: July 30. Two others -- a historic Russian leader and a U.S. chronicler of war -- left us...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMary Frances Reynolds is back in the old neighborhood. You know her as Debbie Reynolds. That's the name given to her when, as a 16-year-old, she was first under studio contract. Talent scouts had spotted her in the Miss Burbank beauty contest, which she'...
Irving Brecher, a comedy writer whose career in radio, television and the movies included writing two Marx Brothers comedies, co-writing the Judy Garland musical "Meet Me in St. Louis" and creating the radio and TV series "The Life of Riley," has died. He...
Tags: Music Theater, Judy Garland, Entertainment, MGM Inc., Death
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