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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • On Theater: Actors power a wild 'West'

    On Theater: Actors power a wild 'West'
    Sam Shepard receives only about five minutes of screen time in the recent movie "August: Osage County," but his impact as a playwright over the last half-century has been vastly more significant.
  • On Theater: 'Reunion' builds to a frenzy

    On Theater: 'Reunion' builds to a frenzy
    Anyone who has seen "That Championship Season" will experience a frame of reference in South Coast Repertory's new production, the world premiere of Gregory S Moss' powerful and provocative "Reunion." While it pales in comparison to Jason Miller's...

    On Theater: 'Picnic' still filling after 60 years

    On Theater: 'Picnic' still filling after 60 years
    While other famed playwrights (Williams, Miller, O'Neill, Faulkner) staked out various sections of America (South, New England, West) for their fictional settings, William Inge looked to his own roots in the Midwest, where most of his many dramas are...

    In the Pipeline: Reminder of a great American journalist

    In the Pipeline: Reminder of a great American journalist
    Whenever I see an email from Bob Chatt, I never pause before opening because I know it will be something interesting. I've written about Chatt before. He's the antique military collector in Huntington Beach who had his own reality show and boasts a...

    On Theater: Strong, dynamic 'Proof' at WCT

    On Theater: Strong, dynamic 'Proof' at WCT
    Great plays bring out great performances, even in those scripts rendered over-familiar by myriad local productions. A case in point is David Auburn's "Proof," now on stage at the Westminster Community Theater. Ever since South Coast Repertory first...