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September 26, 2008 | Patrick Pacheco, Special to The Times
After John McCain selected Sarah Palin as his vice presidential nominee last month, Steve Cosson, the 40-year-old artistic director of the New York-based theatrical troupe the Civilians, was intrigued by some of the explosive commentary revolving around her membership in an evangelical congregation in her Alaska hometown of Wasilla. "Palin was quoted as saying, 'Pray for the pipeline, pray that it's God's plan to send soldiers into Iraq,' " Cosson says.
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September 26, 2008 | Patrick Pacheco, Special to The Times
After John McCain selected Sarah Palin as his vice presidential nominee last month, Steve Cosson, the 40-year-old artistic director of the New York-based theatrical troupe the Civilians, was intrigued by some of the explosive commentary revolving around her membership in an evangelical congregation in her Alaska hometown of Wasilla. "Palin was quoted as saying, 'Pray for the pipeline, pray that it's God's plan to send soldiers into Iraq,' " Cosson says.
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June 25, 1998
7pm / Theater A.S.K. Theatre Project's free "Common Ground Festival '98" offers new works, theater labs and a theater fair, featuring such noted performers, directors and playwrights as John Fleck, Rachel Rosenthal, Maria Irene Fornes and Jose Cruz Gonzalez. * "Common Ground Festival '98," UCLA, North Campus, (parking lot 3), Westwood. Today, 7 p.m. and Saturday, 9 p.m.: "The Unexpurgated Virgin," with the Rachel Rosenthal Co. and Amy Knowles. Today, 9 p.m. and Friday, 7 p.m.
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December 19, 2010 | By Christopher Hawthorne, Los Angeles Times Architecture Critic
If you were looking for symbolic bookends to the year in architecture, you could do worse than to start with the January opening of Dubai's Burj Khalifa skyscraper and finish with the recent run of "In the Footprint: The Battle Over Atlantic Yards," a musical-theater production about controversial plans to build a mammoth Frank Gehry-designed development in Brooklyn. This was the year we began to make real sense of the fallout from the economic crisis and the boom years that preceded it. The Burj and "In the Footprint," odd as it might sound, were in that sense two sides of the same coin, two cautionary tales about Brobdignagian urban dreams unique to the architecture of the last decade.
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May 21, 2006 | Mike Boehm, Times Staff Writer
IF the new musical "Zhivago" is embraced, its four creators say, it will be in no small measure because they were willing to give it a four-week test run last summer when the artistic engine was still prone to sputter and cough. The stage adaptation of Boris Pasternak's "Dr.
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