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  • On Theater: A love that's lasted 900 years

    On Theater: A love that's lasted 900 years
    The latest tenant (the word is used advisedly) at South Coast Repertory is the British import "Tristan & Yseult," where generous amounts of farcical satire, embellished with a rock opera musical score, turn this legendary love story into a medieval three-ring circus.
  • HB Reads picks Little Rock-themed book

    The HB Reads program, which spotlights a book each year about tolerance and human rights, announced this week that it has chosen Terrence Roberts' "Lessons from Little Rock" as its selection for 2013-14. The nonfiction memoir, written by one of the...

    On Theater: 'Same Time' holds up over the years

    On Theater: 'Same Time' holds up over the years
    Neil Simon may be more prolific, and certainly much wealthier, but for crisp, thoughtful prose that sticks to the ribs as well as the funnybone, you really can't beat Bernard Slade. A successful television writer ("The Flying Nun," "The Partridge...

    On Theater: 'Imagination' requires plenty of it

    On Theater: 'Imagination' requires plenty of it
    He may have been responsible for "The Flying Nun" and "The Partridge Family," but theater people will let those TV projects pass. Bernard Slade also gave us "Same Time, Next Year," "Romantic Comedy" and "Tribute," among many other finely crafted comedies....

    Ladies of Intrigue conference offers clues to mystery writing

     Ladies of Intrigue conference offers clues to mystery writing
    When Gayle Carline walked into the Hotel Huntington Beach for the first time Monday, she scanned the lobby and saw a multitude of possibilities — all of them lethal. The piano in the corner of the dimly lighted room could fit a corpse inside, as...