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April 15, 2007
Kirk Douglas Theatre: An article in Friday's Calendar section about next season's plays at the Kirk Douglas Theatre misspelled solo performer Matt Sax's last name as Stax.
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September 19, 2007 | Mike Boehm, Times Staff Writer
Matt Sax could have opted for the soothing bath, the stiff drink, the private sulk -- one of those little indulgences to which actors who've bombed at an audition should be entitled. Instead, he resolved, in his own words, "to change the face of the American theater." No offense to Anton Chekhov or to the student producers who nixed the sophomore acting major's bid for a part in Northwestern University's undergraduate staging of "The Seagull."
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September 19, 2007 | Mike Boehm, Times Staff Writer
Matt Sax could have opted for the soothing bath, the stiff drink, the private sulk -- one of those little indulgences to which actors who've bombed at an audition should be entitled. Instead, he resolved, in his own words, "to change the face of the American theater." No offense to Anton Chekhov or to the student producers who nixed the sophomore acting major's bid for a part in Northwestern University's undergraduate staging of "The Seagull."
NEWS
April 15, 2007
Kirk Douglas Theatre: An article in Friday's Calendar section about next season's plays at the Kirk Douglas Theatre misspelled solo performer Matt Sax's last name as Stax.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 21, 2007 | David Ng, Times Staff Writer
A sullen, misunderstood white kid turns to hip-hop to escape his broken family and, in the process, becomes a hugely successful recording artist. The life of rap star Eminem is well known by now, but this description also forms the basis of "Clay," a solo show by the young actor Matt Sax that opened Wednesday at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Clearly indebted to Eminem's life and career, "Clay" doesn't exactly raise the theatrical roof in terms of originality.
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