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October 19, 1997 | Daryl H. Miller, Daryl H. Miller is a Los Angeles-based theater writer
Jenny Sullivan has a mischievous glint in her eyes as she pulls an actress aside and whispers in her ear. Sullivan, the director behind such enthusiastically received Los Angeles productions as "The Baby Dance" and "Ad Wars," is at work on the new play "The Cat's Meow," a fictionalized account of silent film producer Thomas Harper Ince's suspicious death aboard William Randolph Hearst's yacht in 1924.
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October 23, 2001 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Take care of him," "Watch out for her," a parent says to a child, and with those words, a brother or sister goes from being a mere annoyance to a daunting responsibility. This obligation has fallen heavily on actress, director and, now, writer Jenny Sullivan, who, since girlhood, has been looking out for a developmentally disabled older brother.
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October 12, 2000 | TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jenny Sullivan wanted to interject a mystical element into the production of "The Rainmaker" that she's directing for the Rubicon Theatre Company. So she decided that Starbuck, the wanderer who promises to bring rain to a parched Southwestern town, should represent "indigenous people--native Americans--people who are really committed to the Earth and the environment." Darren McGavin created the role on Broadway; Burt Lancaster played him in the 1956 film.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 2000 | TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jenny Sullivan wanted to interject a mystical element into the production of "The Rainmaker" that she's directing for the Rubicon Theatre Company. So she decided that Starbuck, the wanderer who promises to bring rain to a parched Southwestern town, should represent "indigenous people--native Americans--people who are really committed to the Earth and the environment." Darren McGavin created the role on Broadway; Burt Lancaster played him in the 1956 film.
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October 23, 2001 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Take care of him," "Watch out for her," a parent says to a child, and with those words, a brother or sister goes from being a mere annoyance to a daunting responsibility. This obligation has fallen heavily on actress, director and, now, writer Jenny Sullivan, who, since girlhood, has been looking out for a developmentally disabled older brother.
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February 2, 1989 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
Saturday. If you are 13, it means a shopping mall, a glittering material paradise to bound through, which is what Jenny Sullivan, Nicole Parsons and Acacia Robles are doing this morning at Lakewood Center Mall. Their pace is incredible. With arms linked, they walk rapidly from store to store on legs that before the day is over will feel the burden of what surely will add up to miles. Unencumbered by adults, they roam freely.
SPORTS
February 8, 1992
Coach Dick Stricklin got his 500th victory at Golden West and Jenny Sullivan became the school's all-time leading rebounder as the Rustlers defeated Fullerton, 74-54, Friday in an Orange Empire Conference women's basketball game. Stricklin had a record of 151-192 in 12 years with the men's team and is 349-85 in his 15th season with the women's team. Golden West is the two-time defending State champion.
SPORTS
January 4, 1992
In the Mesa (Ariz.) men's basketball tournament: Cypress 80, Macomb (Mich.) 65--David Boyle scored a season-high 27 points for Cypress (12-5) in the consolation semifinals. Boyle, a sophomore transfer from Holy Cross who graduated from Mater Dei, made nine of 16 shots from the field. In nonconference women's basketball: Orange Coast 69, Pasadena 59--Colleen Hatch scored 18 points and Stacey Giem added 16 as host OCC (13-6) stopped a three-game losing streak.
SPORTS
February 25, 1990
In the 5-A semifinals: Buena 51, Ocean View 43--Buena's third-quarter press allowed Buena (27-0) to stretch a 19-16 halftime lead to a 34-20 lead at Ventura High. Ocean View (26-3) came back in the fourth quarter to close within two points at 38-36. However, Jenny Sullivan fouled out with 2 1/2 minutes left and Ocean View did not threaten after that. Sullivan finished with 17 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots.
SPORTS
February 21, 1991
Bits Sirchia scored 17 points as Golden West College won its 23rd consecutive game, defeating College of the Desert, 69-49, in a first-round game of the Southern California Regional basketball playoffs Wednesday at Golden West. Golden West (31-1) has won 31 consecutive home games. Dawn Haag scored 14 points, Jenny Sullivan scored 12 and Jennifer Harney and Allison Bickel each had cored 10 for Golden West. In another playoff game: L.A. Pierce 61, Fullerton 57--L.A.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 19, 1997 | Daryl H. Miller, Daryl H. Miller is a Los Angeles-based theater writer
Jenny Sullivan has a mischievous glint in her eyes as she pulls an actress aside and whispers in her ear. Sullivan, the director behind such enthusiastically received Los Angeles productions as "The Baby Dance" and "Ad Wars," is at work on the new play "The Cat's Meow," a fictionalized account of silent film producer Thomas Harper Ince's suspicious death aboard William Randolph Hearst's yacht in 1924.
NEWS
February 2, 1989 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
Saturday. If you are 13, it means a shopping mall, a glittering material paradise to bound through, which is what Jenny Sullivan, Nicole Parsons and Acacia Robles are doing this morning at Lakewood Center Mall. Their pace is incredible. With arms linked, they walk rapidly from store to store on legs that before the day is over will feel the burden of what surely will add up to miles. Unencumbered by adults, they roam freely.
SPORTS
January 12, 1991
Golden West College won its 14th consecutive game, 88-73, over Riverside Friday in an Orange Empire Conference women's community college basketball game at Golden West. Tracey led Golden West (22-1, 4-0) with 20 points. Dawn Haag had 16, Jenny Sullivan and Jennifer Harney had 14 each and Bits Sirchia 12 for the Rustlers, who used a 15-3 run midway in the second half to take a 68-55 lead.
SPORTS
January 25, 1992
Golden West ran its home winning streak to 40 games with an 89-55 victory over Cypress Friday in an Orange Empire Conference women's basketball game. It was also the 28th consecutive conference victory for Golden West (20-4, 4-0 in conference). Golden West, the two-time defending State champion, opened a 42-23 lead at the half. Cinnamon Basco and Jenny Sullivan scored 18 points each, and Jennifer Harney had 16 for Golden West, tied for first with Saddleback.
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