The superstars of the 65-and-over set are wandering down unexpected paths these days in a determination to keep their creative lives (and income streams) aloft.
Paint Your Wagon
Evelyn Ward, an actress and singer with credits on Broadway, in nightclubs and on television and the mother of David Cassidy, died Dec. 23 in Los Angeles. She was 89 and suffered from…
Gisella Orkin, a dancer who appeared in the original Broadway productions of "Kiss Me Kate," "Carousel," "Follow the Girls," "Look Ma, I'm Dancin'!" and "Paint Your Wagon," died in New York City of…
Character actor and Hollywood dialect coach Robert Easton, whose successes include teaching Forest Whitaker to speak like Idi Amin in the 2006 movie "The Last King of Scotland," died of natural…
Warners Bros. VP of music and resident musicologist Danny Gould died Nov. 4 in Los Angeles due to complications from a stroke. He was 89.
A world premiere adaptation of Lerner and Loewe's 1951 musical about the California gold rush, this fresh conception by playwright David Rambo ("God's Man in Texas") improves considerably on Lerner's…
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