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Culture MonsterThe current Broadway revival of the Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman musical, "Follies," will come to the Ahmanson Theatre in May. It fills a gap in the Ahmanson season created when a planned revival of "Funny Girl" fell through....
Culture MonsterBox-office receipts for 'Spider-Man' still strong...
Culture MonsterThe Broadway season has just begun and already there is Tony Awards chatter about "Follies," the new revival of the 1971 musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman that originated at the Kennedy Center in Washington. "Follies," at the Marquis......
Culture MonsterCharles McNulty reviews the Reprise Theatre Company revival of "Cabaret" at UCLA's Freud Playhouse...
Culture MonsterIn late August, a new cultural hall in the West Bank settlement of Ariel drew international attention when a group of Israeli actors, directors and playwrights refused to perform in the facility in protest of their country's policies toward Palestinians.....
Culture MonsterWhen the cast of "The Phantom of the Opera" played its final performance at Hollywood's Pantages Theatre on Sunday, the real star of the evening was to be found in the audience. A few minutes before the curtain went up,......
Culture MonsterMichael Silverblatt has spent 20 of his 56 years as host of KCRW's "Bookworm," but his fascination with musical theater -- and particularly the work of composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim -- goes back to when he was 7. At that tender......
Monster Mash: Artist Mark Bradford among MacArthur recipients; 'Tosca' booed at Met; Dudamel concert webcast plannedCulture Monster--'Genius grants': L.A. artist Mark Bradford, left, winner of many prestigious awards, adds the Big One: a MacArthur Fellowship. --Instant feedback: Audiences at the Metropolitan Opera in New York booed director Luc Bondy at Monday's season opener of...
Culture MonsterJason Robert Brown???s entrancing Tony-winning score for ???Parade,??? the 1998 musical he wrote with playwright Alfred Uhry (whose book also won a Tony), throws patches of suggestive light on a dark historical episode. Music may be inherently abstract,...
Culture MonsterThere were big stars onstage at the opening-night performance of the Donmar Warehouse production of the musical "Parade" at the Mark Taper Forum -- including former "Grey's Anatomy" star T.R. Knight as Leo Frank, Broadway's Charlotte D'Amboise, Lara...
Culture MonsterNEW YORK — The birthday fuss has indeed been getting out of hand. But no artist in the American theater deserves it more than Stephen Sondheim, who became an octogenarian this year and has been keeping a couple of other......
Culture Monster-- Fresh image: The MAXXI contemporary art museum -- designed by Iraqi-born architect Zaha Hadid -- will open in Rome this weekend as part of Italy's attempt to show it is more than a land of past glories. (Deutsche Welle)......
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