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May 31, 1994 | JANICE ARKATOV, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don't tell Dan Butler that his one-man show is brave. He has heard it before, and he doesn't buy it. "This is not a courageous thing," insists the actor, whose autobiographically inspired "The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me" has been playing to sold-out audiences at Theatre Geo in Hollywood.
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May 31, 1994 | JANICE ARKATOV, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don't tell Dan Butler that his one-man show is brave. He has heard it before, and he doesn't buy it. "This is not a courageous thing," insists the actor, whose autobiographically inspired "The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me" has been playing to sold-out audiences at Theatre Geo in Hollywood.
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July 3, 1987
The Old Globe Theatre on Thursday announced a schedule of five little-known plays for its winter season ranging from a 1920s American comedy, to a play about contemporary blacks, to a world premiere about Puerto Ricans living in New York. "Holiday," the 1928 Philip Barry comedy about a socialite, her boyfriend and her father who disapproves of the young man, will open the season Dec. 10 on the Globe stage and run through Jan. 17.
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December 17, 1988 | CHRIS WILLMAN
As boy-meets-girl becomes less of a mandatory song theme in the post-baby boom era, the family unit is finally beginning to get its lyrical due--evident in the recent work of that great '80s triumvirate of rock singer/songwriters Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello and John Hiatt, all three of whom have mused at length on the parent/child relationship. Not that the three are likely to agree on approach. Costello is most likely to write about developing family enmity and distrust.
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