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Hartford CourantCasey Nicholaw, the Tony Award-winning director (and choreographer) of the Broadway smash "Book of Mormon" is bowing out of a speaking gig at Goodspeed Musicals' seventh annual Goodspeed Festival of New Artists. Nicholaw was the high profile speaker in a...
When Ernst Lubitsch's comedy about a Bohemian menage a trois was released in 1933, it took a lot of heat for its lack of fidelity to Noel Coward's original stage play. Screenwriter Ben Hecht boasted that he had retained only one line of dialogue from...
Local stage productions on both the community theater and collegiate levels proved impressive during 2011, with an imaginative musical and a pair of modern classic dramas leading the way. At the Costa Mesa Playhouse, the 1950s flavored musical "Forever...
After a three-year dispute with Laguna Beach artist Wyland over the use of his humpback whale design on a state license plate, the California Coastal Commission selected another Laguna artist, Bill Atkins, and a Northern California painter, to design a...
Tags: Festive Events, The Pentagon, Salma Hayek, Oliver Stone, Arts
Hartford CourantCasey Nicholaw, Tony Award-winning co-director of the Broadway smash, "Book of Mormon" will lead a panel discussion on the musical as part of Goodspeed Musicals' seventh annual Goodspeed Festival of New Artists next month. Nicholaw, who also...
Hartford CourantHere's one more theater story from Jerry Adler, the longtime stage manager, director and producer, who late in life is now an actor and appearing in the premiere of "I'm Connecticut" at UConn in Storrs. And it's not one for the kiddies. It's about...
Tags: Jose Ferrer, Storrs
Culture MonsterTheater critic Charles McNulty names the best plays he saw in 2011....
Culture MonsterPussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger will perform selections from "The Phantom of the Opera" on a 25th anniversary celebratory telecast honoring the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical....
24 FramesThe First Time, starring Dylan O'Brien and Britt Robertson, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival....
Culture MonsterF. Kathleen Foley reviews "Private Lives" at GTC Burbank....
Culture MonsterDarren Criss will provide a good measure of star power when San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre throws its annual season gala in April....
Special to the Los Angeles Times"Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun." To that, lyricist Noel Coward could have added bargain-seeking golfers. If you thought Las Vegas hotel prices dropped when the mercury climbs skyward, wait until you see the green fees at nearby courses....
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