Monster Mash: Daniel Radcliffe looks ahead to Broadway; opposition to Christo project; Van Nuys violinist found dead
-- Nice guy: "Harry Potter's" Daniel Radcliffe is taking tap dancing lessons in hopes of returning to Broadway in a musical.
-- Damage to river?: Christo's art project on Colorado's Arkansas River faces some opposition in the Mile High state.
-- Last seen July 8: Missing Van Nuys violinist Robert Korda, who played with Los Angeles Opera, is found dead Sunday.
-- Stew and crew: Spike Lee's documentary of the Broadway musical "Passing Strange" will hit theaters in August.
-- Big star, small stage: Megan Mullally to star in L.A. theater production of Adam Bock's "The Receptionist."
-- Sold-out tour: Britain's Royal Ballet pirouettes to Cuba.
-- Take it or leave it: Dispute over his conservative architecture views leads Prince Charles to resign from Heritage board.
-- Back on stage: JoBeth Williams to star in Pasadena Playhouse production of Charles Randolph-Wright's "The Night is a Child."
-- Wear brown: Free admission to the Bowers Museum on Wednesday if you dress up like Rembrandt.
-- Set your TiVo: Cast of Broadway's "Hair" to perform on "Tonight Show" with Conan O'Brien. Read "Hair" star Gavin Creel's travel diary today on Culture Monster.
-- Lisa Fung
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Photo: Daniel Radcliffe is taking tap dancing lessons. Credit: Richard Drew / Associated Press