Review: 'Dead Can Dance'


Most of Dead Can Dance's majestic 100-minute performance was rooted in the secular and sacred music of centuries past and used a variety of acoustic instrumentation such as hand drums, balalaika and…

Review: 'Guys and Dolls'


It's probably a telling comment on contemporary theater that one of Broadway's biggest recent hits was a revival of "Guys and Dolls," a musical that was 42 years old when the new production opened in…

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The Stella Adler Theatre reopens at 6773 Hollywood Blvd. with a fundraiser Monday night. * * * Director Robert Wise, star Julie Andrews, producer Saul Chaplin and choreographer Michael Kidd will be…

Short Takes


Arbitron, which announced that it would discontinue its TV ratings at year's end, will extend the service until March 1 in Detroit and Cleveland, markets that won't be serviced by Nielsen until May…

Review: 'Meat Loaf'


As of Tuesday, the opening night of Meat Loaf's U.S. comeback tour, "Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell," his debut album on MCA, had sold more than 2 million copies in just eight weeks. "I'd Do…

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