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June 10, 2001 | DON SHIRLEY, Don Shirley is The Times' theater writer
So far, not many people have seen John S. Walch's solo plays. One of his solos had an audience of only one--his then-girlfriend, actress and director Shoshana Gold. He asked her to marry him in a 75-minute monologue that he performed in what he calls their "Teatro de Living Room."
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June 10, 2001 | DON SHIRLEY, Don Shirley is The Times' theater writer
So far, not many people have seen John S. Walch's solo plays. One of his solos had an audience of only one--his then-girlfriend, actress and director Shoshana Gold. He asked her to marry him in a 75-minute monologue that he performed in what he calls their "Teatro de Living Room."
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June 14, 2001
"Kenneth Tyler: Thirty Years of Printmaking," opening Sunday at the California Center for the Arts Museum in Escondido, looks at the career of the renowned master printer and publisher who transformed American printmaking through his many innovations.
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June 19, 2001 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Atlas bore the heavens on his shoulders. Chester bears a bagel. The central character in "Circumference of a Squirrel" is a 28-year-old graduate student who has lost his bearings. He has dropped out of school and is sitting aimlessly on the campus lawn one afternoon when he catches sight of a scrawny squirrel struggling to haul a bagel up a tree.
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February 21, 2001 | SHAUNA SNOW
RADIO & TELEVISION Recuperating: Longtime "Which Way, L.A.?" host Warren Olney was to be released from UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday after undergoing a sextuple heart bypass on Valentine's Day. Olney, 63, was hospitalized Feb. 12 after he became too weak to host his nationally syndicated news show, "To the Point." Subsequent tests discovered blockage in several of his heart valves. A spokeswoman at Olney's broadcast home, KCRW-FM (89.
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October 29, 2000 | DON SHIRLEY, Don Shirley is The Times' theater writer
This year's Ovations Awards ceremony, to be held Monday at the Ahmanson Theatre, will open with a musical comedy number "about this big, unwieldy thing that's L.A. theater," said Michael Michetti, who's directing the Ovations show for the second year in a row. Billy Barnes, veteran Hollywood revue writer, wrote the number, which will be performed by a cast of 10 "who represent various aspects of L.A. theater," Michetti said. In other words, the performers won't all be actors.
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May 24, 2001
Tuesday-June 3: "The Vagina Monologues," Spreckels Theatre. Eve Ensler's play about women's lives and bodies, with a celebrity cast. * "Smokey Joe's Cafe--The Songs of Leiber and Stoller," Wilshire Theatre. Revue starring Gladys Knight. Tuesday-June 24: "Saturday Night Fever--The Broadway Musical," Shubert Theatre. Also June 26-July 8 at Orange County Performing Arts Center. National tour. May 31-June 10: "Velvetville," Highways Performance Space. Paul Zaloom's multimedia puppet satire.
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April 15, 2001 | JAN BRESLAUER, Jan Breslauer is a regular contributor to Calendar
Three men have been sent to Jamaica to spark an uprising of the slaves against the British, on behalf of the French. A master, a slave and a peasant morph into alter-identities, maneuvering about in a strikingly surreal world where the principles of colonialism hold sway as palpably as those of Marx and Freud. This is Heiner Muller's "The Task," staged by L. Kenneth Richardson. Two young women hang out at a Southern California mall, where they run into a young con-man/hustler and his sidekick.
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