From:

The New York Times

Arts, Briefly

Footnotes

Published: July 29, 2008

 

Chuck Berry withdrew from two sold-out weekend concerts in Spain unexpectedly, organizers said Monday, Agence France-Presse reported. Mr. Berry, the rock ’n’ roll pioneer, who turns 82 in October, was scheduled to perform in Estepona on Spain’s Mediterranean coast on Saturday and in the northern city of Leon on Sunday. An explanation for the decision was not given. ... “It’s Bad for Ya,” George Carlin’s last recorded concert, from March, will make its CD debut on Eardrum Records on Tuesday. ... “The Cake Eaters,” the first directorial effort of the actress Mary Stuart Masterson, captured the best feature jury prize at the 13th annual Stony Brook Film Festival on Saturday. ... The Women’s Project theater company has announced its fall season. Highlights include a production of Virginia Woolf’s “Freshwater,” the first time the play will have been performed professionally in New York. It will be directed by Anne Bogart and run Jan. 15 through Feb. 15..


                                                                   

From "The Cake Eaters", Mary Stuart Masterson's directorial debut at  the 10-day Stony Brook Film Festival starting July 17 at Stony Brook University.