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Actress Lynn Redgrave died May 2 at her home in Connecticut.
Viewed through the lens of the Celebrity Series of Boston: Ms. Redgrave made one appearance on the Celebrity Series in March 21, 1993 when she brought her one woman play, "Shakespeare for My Father" to Symphony Hall for one performance.
We leave the more exhaustive biographical entries to the press and videographers:
So here is our season for next year in all its 41-event glory. You can't order your subscription, yet, that starts April 30, but you can check out the artists, dates, times, venues and even programs (follow the links), request a season brochure (if you're a subscriber this season, you will already get one), and join our e-mail list and get a reminder before subscription sales begin. We're announcing a little early this season so you can begin setting your arts calendar for 2010-2011.
Mark Morris Dance Group Program features the world premiere of a Celebrity Series commission October 14-17 Cutler Majestic Theatre
Harvard University's Alicia Anstead interviewed Richard Dyer (Harvard '64) for Harvard Arts Beat in advance of Dyer's interview with Mark Morris, callend "Morris on Mozart," this Wednesday night (January 27) at Sanders Theatre on the Harvard campus.
Hear celebrated choreographer Mark Morris in conversation with
journalist and classical music critic Richard Dyer. Morris, known for
his eclectic musical tastes from classical to country, will discuss music and
Admission is FREE but tickets are required. Two per person.
Available by phone only through the Harvard Box Office at Holyoke Center, Harvard Square (Wed-Sun, 12-6pm):
617.496.222 (TTY 617.495.1642)
Tickets will also be available at the door one hour prior to event,
subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis.
will not be accepted after November 12. Questions may be presented in
edited form. There is no guarantee your question(s) will be selected.
During this live, unscripted conversation, Mr. Sondheim and Mr. Rich
will reminisce about Stephen Sondheim’s career including his
collaborations with Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins; his
predecessors, including his mentor Oscar Hammerstein II; the state of
American musical theater; and, in a very personal series of
reflections, his own creative process, speaking specifically on works
ranging from his early shows Gypsy and West Side Story to such later classics as Company, Follies and Sweeney Todd.
Note: Remaining tickets for this event are limited.