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January 14, 1992
Now that she has announced her candidacy, you might say that Imelda Marcos is a "shoe-in" to be the next president of the Philippines. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN, Cypress
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January 14, 1992
Now that she has announced her candidacy, you might say that Imelda Marcos is a "shoe-in" to be the next president of the Philippines. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN, Cypress
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January 18, 1992 | ROBERT KOEHLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are lead actors, and there are actors as leaders. If you want a leader, look to actor Sab Shimono. Last year, in Philip Kan Gotanda's "The Wash" at the Mark Taper Forum, Shimono almost single-handedly raised a rather plain and flaccid domestic drama into a man's personal apotheosis. Now, with Japanese-Canadian playwright R.A. Shiomi's "Uncle Tadao," at East West Players, it's deja vu all over again. Gotanda is involved once more, this time as director.
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January 5, 1992 | JANICE ARKATOV, Janice Arkatov writes about theater for The Times
After December's slim pickings, theater gets revved up in 1992 with a truckload of January openings. The roster includes: Wednesday: Avery Brooks has the title role in Phillip Hayes Dean's biographical drama, "Paul Robeson," opening at the Westwood Playhouse. Wednesday: San Franciscans Jess Curtis, Keith Hennessy and Jules Beckman explore the image of the American male in "Mandala," coming to Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica.
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