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June 4, 2000 | JAN BRESLAUER, Jan Breslauer is a regular contributor to Calendar
Robert Glaudini is a theater person's theater person. For more than 30 years, he's been influential in shaping theater--in San Diego, New York and Los Angeles. He has founded a number of noted small theaters, collaborated with key figures of the experimental scene and worked extensively as an actor, director and writer. Yet he remains largely unknown outside the theater world. That's about to change, however.
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June 4, 2000 | JAN BRESLAUER, Jan Breslauer is a regular contributor to Calendar
Robert Glaudini is a theater person's theater person. For more than 30 years, he's been influential in shaping theater--in San Diego, New York and Los Angeles. He has founded a number of noted small theaters, collaborated with key figures of the experimental scene and worked extensively as an actor, director and writer. Yet he remains largely unknown outside the theater world. That's about to change, however.
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January 2, 2000 | MICHAEL PHILLIPS
Kathleen Chalfant Actress, 54 What she's done: An admired regional and New York actress, Chalfant made her Broadway debut in 1975 with a flop musical ("Dance With Me"). If life affords a performer at least two major breakthroughs, Chalfant got her first in Tony Kushner's "Angels in America," in which she played a cranky rabbi and a Mormon undergoing a late-spring's awakening, both in L.A. (1992) and on Broadway (1993). Breakthrough No. 2: The role of John Donne scholar Dr.
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January 2, 2000 | MICHAEL PHILLIPS
Kathleen Chalfant Actress, 54 What she's done: An admired regional and New York actress, Chalfant made her Broadway debut in 1975 with a flop musical ("Dance With Me"). If life affords a performer at least two major breakthroughs, Chalfant got her first in Tony Kushner's "Angels in America," in which she played a cranky rabbi and a Mormon undergoing a late-spring's awakening, both in L.A. (1992) and on Broadway (1993). Breakthrough No. 2: The role of John Donne scholar Dr.
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June 1, 2000
Pay-what-you-can tickets will be available for the June 13 performance of Robert Glaudini's play "The Poison Tree" at the Mark Taper Forum. A limited number of these tickets will go on sale the day of the performance and must be purchased with cash in person at the Center Theatre Group box office. There is a limit of two tickets per person, subject to availability. "The Poison Tree," a drama about people swept up in the sudden impulses of life, stars Anne Archer.
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May 13, 1994 | F. KATHLEEN FOLEY
Totalitarianism is never subtle, and neither is Elizabeth Wong's cartoonish but ultimately moving new drama "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" at East West Players. Wong's broad black-and-white brush strokes sometimes threaten to obliterate the substance of her drama, but the overall effect is striking.
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March 7, 1986 | KEVIN THOMAS, Times Staff Writer
In the pre-credit sequence of "Grunt! The Wrestling Movie" (opening today at the Fox International following a live wrestling event outside the theater at 6:45 p.m.), we're shown a grainy black-and-white replay of the infamous 1979 heavyweight championship match between Mad Dog Joe DeCurso and Skull Crusher Johnson.
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June 1, 2000
* Theater. The world premiere of Robert Glaudini's play of seduction, "The Poison Tree," opens next Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Mark Taper Forum, 135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, playing Tuesdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m.; Sundays at 7:30 p.m.; and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 p.m. through July 16. $29 to $42. (213) 628-2772. * Theater.
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July 13, 2000
* Art. A 30-year survey devoted to photographer William Wegman, best known for his whimsical photographs of his pet Weimaraners, right, traces his career from early works to his more recent in "William Wegman," closing Sunday at the Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach. Today-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. $5; seniors and students, $4; children under 16, free. (949) 759-1122. * Theater.
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December 5, 1997 | PHILIP BRANDES
If you've ever had the queasy suspicion your life was a horror movie, "Borrego" at the Hudson Theatre Backstage might strike a familiar chord. Anyone seeking to empathize with a more mainstream context, however, will likely want to give this one a wide berth. Robert Glaudini's atmospheric but often ponderous new play centers on the set of a no-budget apocalyptic sci-fi flick about an invasion of giant alien bugs.
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June 17, 1988 | DAN SULLIVAN, Times Theater Critic
It's not that he doesn't like you, somebody tells a young actor in Kelly Stuart's "The Secret of Body Language" at the Cast-at-the-Circle Theatre. It's the concept of you that he doesn't like. Right: This is a play about Hollywood. It's the first of three shows to be done at the Cast this summer by a group called Heliogabalus. They are all for "the autonomy of the individual theater artist," as opposed to the bureaucratic thinking that prevails at our larger theaters.
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January 29, 2000 | MICHAEL PHILLIPS, TIMES THEATER CRITIC
Maybe it's the intersection of playwright and venue. With its elegantly acted, designed and directed Los Angeles premiere of David Henry Hwang's "Golden Child," East West Players has mustered its strongest production in a year, now on stage at the David Henry Hwang Theater. It's all the more impressive considering "Golden Child" isn't a peak Hwang achievement.
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