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Times Staff WriterIf you're new to Los Angeles or too young to remember revival houses, the New Beverly Cinema may not be on your radar. Located on Beverly Boulevard, a block west of La Brea, it's an old-school, single-screen movie theater dedicated to thematic and auteur-...
The Goodman Theatre in Chicago said Wednesday that John Mahoney will not appear as planned in its upcoming production of David Mamet's "Romance." According to Mahoney's spokeswoman, Wendy Morris, the actor and "Frasier" star has been briefly hospitalized...
Zap2It.comIt's time for another edition of "What's so funny?" We all have different tastes in comedy. My "Arrested Development" may be your "Two and a Half Men." So let's check in on how some of our favorite comedies are doing this season. - "The Class" (Monday,...
Theater CriticThere are precious few guarantees in the theater anymore. Boffo playwrights went out with the Neil Simon dinosaurs. A new show by Stephen Sondheim, hands down the greatest living musical theater composer, can't even count on a Broadway booking. The only...
Courant TV CriticFor shows created strictly for laughs, things certainly get sad when it comes time to say goodbye. The atmosphere was nearly funereal on the "Friends" and "Frasier" sets earlier this year when they were opened to reporters a few weeks before the...
Tribune television criticNeither of the shows, way back in their infancies, seemed likely to survive one TV season, never mind make it to the next millennium and the comedy pantheon. "Friends" was an aggregation of attractive twentysomethings in a fantasy Manhattan, exactly what...
TV/Radio WriterLooking back, it's easy to see how Frasier and Friends became TV icons. Television has no more valuable commodity than buzz, unless it is a time slot between two popular series. Friends and Frasier, which arrived a season apart and are departing a week...
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,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 8, 2001 A gift for spectacle and a chunk of computer-generated visuals notwithstanding, "Atlantis: The Lost Empire" plays more like the best Disney animated film of 1981 than 2001. Story line and characterization are decidedly old-...
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Tribune arts reporterWith a whopping 25 Joseph Jefferson Award nominations, Chicago Shakespeare Theater was the most-honored theater in this year's slate. The 2003-04 Jeffs honor the best Equity-affiliated productions from the 2003-04 season of Chicago-area theater. Shows...
Times Staff WriterHome Box Office separated itself from the pack and raced away with the most nominations by far, including four out of 10 best-series contenders, as candidates for the 55th annual nighttime Emmy Awards were unveiled Thursday. Coupled with its longtime...
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