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November 18, 1996 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jane Carr performs vocal acrobatics in "Lettice & Lovage" at the Pasadena Playhouse. Listen to her rapid rolling of her Rs. Observe as her voice climbs to the top of the tent and then comes swooping halfway down in some crashing irony. How amusing. How thoroughly British. No British actress has become a more sterling presence on the L.A.
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November 18, 1996 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jane Carr performs vocal acrobatics in "Lettice & Lovage" at the Pasadena Playhouse. Listen to her rapid rolling of her Rs. Observe as her voice climbs to the top of the tent and then comes swooping halfway down in some crashing irony. How amusing. How thoroughly British. No British actress has become a more sterling presence on the L.A.
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August 1, 1986 | JANICE ARKATOV
"I've had four proposals since I've been here," "Nicholas Nickleby" cast member Jane Carr said brightly. "People in the audience yell out, 'Will you marry me?'--and I say yes to 'em all." She laughed. "I suppose in California, 8 1/2 hours is a relationship." There's no doubt this is a popular cast.
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December 28, 1987 | JANICE ARKATOV
British actress Jane Carr, touring with the cast of "Nicholas Nickleby," got a lot of marriage proposals last year. Most of them were from people she didn't know, enthusiastic audience members. But then one fellow who hadn't even seen the show, actor Mark Arnott, proposed. Carr married him anyway. Nowadays, Mrs.
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December 28, 1987 | JANICE ARKATOV
British actress Jane Carr, touring with the cast of "Nicholas Nickleby," got a lot of marriage proposals last year. Most of them were from people she didn't know, enthusiastic audience members. But then one fellow who hadn't even seen the show, actor Mark Arnott, proposed. Carr married him anyway. Nowadays, Mrs.
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January 26, 1990
Composers John Kander and Fred Ebb ("Cabaret," "Chicago," "New York, New York" and "Zorba") will be honored at an AIDS benefit Friday and Saturday at the Embassy Theatre. Staged by Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event, the shows will benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles. Stars scheduled to perform at the tribute include Lucie Arnaz, Jane Carr and Donna McKechnie. Information: (213) 962-1600.
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November 13, 2003 | Daryl H. Miller
Noises Off: Few things get an audience laughing like a door-slamming, plate-dropping, pants-falling farce. Perhaps that's because the genre evokes the barely controlled chaos of everyday life, allowing theatergoers to guffaw at other people who are struggling to hold things together. Since its 1982 premiere, "Noises Off" has stood as a particularly riotous example of the genre. A revival of the Michael Frayn comedy proved cathartic in New York after the Sept. 11 attacks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1994
A Carson man was charged Monday with murder in connection with a head-on traffic collision that killed his passenger and injured four people in another car. Eugene Leonard Lee, 34, also was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Deputy Dist. Atty. William E. Smith Jr. said that Lee, who has a DUI conviction, faces 23 years to life in prison if convicted. He is scheduled to be arraigned today in San Pedro Municipal Court and is being held on $1-million bail.
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March 6, 1995 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Vickery, one of America's best classical actors, recently appeared as "The Misanthrope" at South Coast Repertory. Jane Carr has a long list of classical credits from her eight years in the Royal Shakespeare Company and elsewhere. Now they're doing Bernard Slade's "Same Time, Next Year" in La Mirada. Let's not get snooty. Slade is no Moliere, but he knew how to put together a commercial Broadway comedy--for 1975 audiences. Yes, La Mirada is a long way from London.
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January 4, 1990 | JERRY BUCK, ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEVISION WRITER
It's been a busy season for Julia Duffy: Her real-life son was born in August and her fictional child arrives on CBS' "Newhart" Monday. Daniel was the second child for Duffy, the petite blonde actress who plays self-absorbed Stephanie Vanderkellen-Harris on the comedy series. The birth Monday will be the first for Stephanie and her husband, Michael Harris, played by Peter Scolari. "I've never had a baby before on a show," said Duffy.
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August 1, 1986 | JANICE ARKATOV
"I've had four proposals since I've been here," "Nicholas Nickleby" cast member Jane Carr said brightly. "People in the audience yell out, 'Will you marry me?'--and I say yes to 'em all." She laughed. "I suppose in California, 8 1/2 hours is a relationship." There's no doubt this is a popular cast.
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July 19, 2012 | By Margaret Gray
Meet the Macbeths, a charming, upwardly mobile couple grieving over the death of their only child. Director Jessica Kubzansky's interpretation of Shakespeare's “Macbeth,” currently on view in a satisfyingly foggy, bloody production by the Antaeus Company, opens with a funeral. Macbeth (Rob Nagle in the performance I saw; all the roles are double-cast) and his wife (Tessa Auberjonois) place a tiny shrouded body in a coffin, wordlessly but movingly communicating the couple's grief and mutual love.
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