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Times Staff WriterArthur Hill, a veteran actor whose career was punctuated by two distinctly different roles — the weary, abused husband in the Broadway production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and the stalwart attorney in the television series "Owen Marshall:...
Tags: Laws, Lee Majors, Crimes, London Theatre, Celebrities
Natasha Richardson, the luminous British actress from one of the world's great acting families, whose performances ranged from the high-brow drama "The Handmaid's Tale" to the lightweight comedy "The Parent Trap" and the Tony-winning Broadway production...
Tags: Lynn Redgrave, Celebrities, Honey, Romance (genre), Movies
Sun theater criticAugust Wilson, one of the most accomplished, ambitious and prolific playwrights in the history of the American theater, died yesterday of liver cancer. The 60-year-old playwright had most recently been working on revisions of Radio Golf, the 10th and...
Tags: Celebrities, Music Theater, Death, Health, Cultural Development
In case you missed it, there was a big stage production in Washington, D.C., this week involving symbolic rebirth, stirring rhetoric and sobering evocations of bloody national conflicts, mixed with some lighter touches, all performed near the memorial...
Times Staff WriterCharles Nelson Reilly, whose persona as a wacky game show panelist and talk show guest overshadowed his serious work as a director and Tony-winning actor, has died. He was 76. Reilly, a longtime resident of Beverly Hills, died Friday (May 25) of...
Tags: Celebrities, Music Theater, Bette Midler, Death, Health
Special to The TimesFame, addiction, fatality: "Long Day's Journey Into Night," now on view at the Theatricum Botanicum, posits the American family as crime scene, echoing back to the Greeks but as modern as Britney's latest rehab lapse. A half-century since its Broadway...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, Family, Health
Special to The TimesI grew up with people telling me -- I think rightly -- that the greatest plays in the western world were written by Shakespeare, and, of course, by the Greeks. But when I started writing plays, people were trying to write plays like Ibsen and Eugene O'...
Wood Pond PressAs it nears the end of its 400-mile journey from the Canadian border, New England's longest river wends beneath majestic hillsides before emptying into Long Island Sound. Its unspoiled nature, its verdant and steep banks, and the historic small towns that...
Wood Pond PressNew England's best-known, most popular oceanfront resort area is Cape Cod, an expansive sandbar that stretches out like an arm with a clenched fist into the Atlantic. Cape Cod is multi-faceted, holding attractions for visitors with varying interests....
Special to The Times"For the very nicest thing Hollywood can possibly think of to say to a writer is that he is too good to be only a writer." — Raymond Chandler I saw "Adaptation" about three weeks before I turned in my most recent book. It was the middle of December,...
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...
Tribune theater criticTwo-time Tony-Award-winning actor Brian Dennehy will perform the Eugene O'Neill one-act "Hughie" Oct. 21-Nov. 21 at the Goodman Theatre's Owen Theatre. The project continues Dennehy's relationships with both playwright Eugene O'Neill and director Robert...
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