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A BOUNTIFUL TRIP TO ‘ORANGE’

A BOUNTIFUL TRIP TO ‘ORANGE’ Aditi Brennan Kapil circles back to the family in foreign Orange County by CRISTOFER GROSS Playwrights start each script staring into blankness. Somewhere in that word doc or sheet of paper is the trailhead to something undiscovered – possibly ancient and unformed – they hope to capture in words and […]

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DONALD HARRISON’S JAZZ GUMBO

JAZZ GUMBO Finding unity in the musical universe of saxophonist Donald Harrison. by CRISTOFER GROSS RECORDINGS Click image to shop Amazon for CDs and LPs. New Orleans Gumbo (2013) Dr. John Meets Donald Harrison Quantum Leap (2012) Donald Harrison This is Jazz (2011) Donald Harrison, with Ron Carter, Billy Cobham Spirits of Congo Square (2000) […]

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MARK RUCKER’S CURTAIN CALL

MARK RUCKER’S CURTAIN CALL A group portrait of the brilliant theater director who recast bow-taking by CRISTOFER GROSS PROLOGUE

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Theater @ Boston Court 2017 playwrights: clockwise from left, Julia Lederer, Dan O'Brien, Jen Silverman

This week, with 2017 occupancy of the White House – and with it the ninth chair on the Supreme Court – getting a little too close for comfort, it’s comforting to hear that occupancy at Pasadena’s Boston Court is set for a world premiere by Dan O’Brien and West Coast premieres from Jen Silverman and […]

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Musician, composer and educator Sean Jones is in the trumpet chair for SFJAZZ Collective’s 2016-17 tribute tour to Miles Davis. In 1988, Sean Jones was a 10-year-old learning to play drums in Warren, Ohio when he heard that his grandfather played trumpet during World War II. That, and copies his band instructor gave him of […]

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For the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, ten who have spent their professional life in theater share favorite experiences when his words gave the theater life. April 23 marked the 400th Anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. The body of work he left was so alive with poetry, characters, insight and inspiration, that it […]

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JOHN MAYALL’S BLUES

JOHN MAYALL’S BLUES The 82-year-old ‘Godfather of British Blues,’ a Southern Californian since 1969, has a flurry of new recordings and tours as the Blues Hall of Fame inducts him. PHOTO: ARNIE GOODMAN A Special Life John Mayall Find a Way to Care John Mayall Blues from Laurel Canyon John Mayall Blues Breakers with Eric […]

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STAGE TO PAGE

STAGE TO PAGE: ‘FORNES’ AND ‘FOWL’ There’s reading in store this April when critic Steven Leigh Morris and playwright Anne Garcia-Romero each appear with their new books at shops and events. Fowl Play: A Novel in Three Acts Two books of interest to theatergoers, by writers within the Theatertimes social network, are now hitting the […]

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CALLING THE SHOTS | 2

CALLING THE SHOTS Feature story continues below "To Run Before the Run" with Ed Krieger 1 | 2 | 3 Pre-Publicity: To run before the run Demands for sophisticated and versatile imagery have increased as digital photography has made turnaround virtually instantaneous. For theaters that can afford marketing departments, or have company members with the […]