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June 7, 1990 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In our hectic society, whether change occurs because of fate or progress is usually considered after the fact. But the distinction is vital in places where the answer can still affect change. In Derek Walcott's new play, "Viva Detroit" (which has its world premiere Saturday at the Los Angeles Theatre Center), a local tourist hustler in the West Indian island of St. Lucia named Sonny thinks a one-way ticket to Detroit will deliver him to the promised land.
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June 7, 1990 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In our hectic society, whether change occurs because of fate or progress is usually considered after the fact. But the distinction is vital in places where the answer can still affect change. In Derek Walcott's new play, "Viva Detroit" (which has its world premiere Saturday at the Los Angeles Theatre Center), a local tourist hustler in the West Indian island of St. Lucia named Sonny thinks a one-way ticket to Detroit will deliver him to the promised land.
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May 27, 1990 | Compiled by Deborah Sakamoto and David Sweet from information supplied by the Calendar staff
Sunday, May 27 The duo Milli Vanilli rose to rank among both the most loved and loathed pop acts last year. Their first headlining tour brings them to the Universal Amphitheatre on Sunday and again on Monday. Tears for Fears returns to Southern California with a performance at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre. Monday, May 28 With last year's "Crossroads" album, Tracy Chapman solidified her role as pop's conscience for the '90s.
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