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Posted: 02/14/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
BRAD OSWALD Ñ TV
Dana gets dangerous
It's the stakes -- not just the heels -- that are high for crime-solving coroner Megan Hunt when ABC's Body of Proof begins its third season (Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 9 p.m., ABC and Citytv). The emphasis is on more action as Megan is teamed with a new detective (Mark Valley) with connections to her past. "It's been fun," series star Dana Delany said recently. "It's a little silly in high heels, I have to admit. I feel like I should be wearing a catsuit or something. ... I've even had a gun in my hand a couple of times, which medical examiners don't normally do."
ANTHONY AUGUSTINE / MUSIC
New Chili Peppers song
Part of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' 18-song outtakes package from their last album, I'm With You, In Love Dying is the sixth entry in the sprawling collection of B-sides from the California-based funk-rock band. The 7-inch record is available from the band's website or digitally through iTunes. Listen to it here: bit.ly/in_love_dying
RANDALL KING Ñ MOVIES
Crime writer Lawrence Block has never had much luck in Hollywood. In the translation of his Matt Scudder book 8 Million Ways to Die (1986), the action was moved from Scudder's stomping ground in New York to (ugh) Los Angeles. Worse was Burglar (1987), in which Block's literate thief/sleuth Bernie Rhodenbarr was adjusted to accommodate star Whoopi Goldberg. The good news is the Scudder book A Walk Among the Tombstones is in production with Liam Neeson attached to play the alcoholic, tithing private eye and Scott Frank (who made the terrific and underrated shot-in-Winnipeg movie The Lookout) will write and direct.
KEVIN PROKOSH / THEATRE
War is hell
Hannah Moscovitch, one of the most celebrated under-35 playwrights in this country, opens her latest social drama, This is War, at Prairie Theatre Exchange next week. After her first full-length play ,East of Berlin (WJT in 2009), earned her a Governor General's Award nomination, the prolific Toronto-based Moscovitch received eight commissions from North American theatres. One of them, This is War, is a rare play that looks at Canada on the battlefield, in this case Afghanistan, and the reality of our soldiers being in the crosshairs.
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 14, 2013 C2
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