Monster Mash: Shepard Fairey's new work; women to blame for play bias?; Yvonne Rainer takes to the stage
--No surprise, big surprise: Princeton study finds female playwrights who aren't getting produced on Broadway can blame it on . . . women.
--Another day, another cause: Shepard Fairey finds a new cause, creates a new poster (left).
--What a trouper: Choreographer Yvonne Rainer stepping in for dancer who has to bow out of at REDCAT performance.
--Strike two: Another Banksy mural in Bristol, England, is defaced.
--Better paycheck: Playwright Noah Haidle, a favorite at South Coast Repertory, gets a film deal.
--Also at the movies: Those timeless "Forever Plaid" guys are appearing on the big screen.
--Museum mystery: Boston's Museum of Fine Arts explores origin of 83-year-old letter found encased in its walls.
--Not good enough? No top winner is named at Moscow's 11th International Ballet Competition.
--New job: Tate Britain director Stephen Deuchar to head Britain's Art Fund charity.
-- Art honors: Americans for the Arts names five public art projects in Southern California among the top 40 in the nation.
--Odd couple: Poet Elizabeth Alexander and DJ Spooky create new work for NAACP anniversary event.
--Prefab lives on: Dwell magazine teams with Marmol Radziner and Turkel Design on prefab homes.
--Our bad: Whew! Long Wharf Theatre isn't cutting 40 to 50 jobs, just four to five jobs.
-- Lisa Fung
Photo: Shepard Fairey's new poster for Aung San Suu Kyi. Courtesy of Human Rights Action Center