Monster Mash: Christopher Ashley rumored for 'Spider-Man'; Cate Blanchett in 'Uncle Vanya'
Rumored: Christopher Ashley, the artistic director of the La Jolla Playhouse, is one of the names being mentioned as a possible replacement for Julie Taymor in Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." (New York Post)
Trending down: Fewer young blacks and Latinos are attending arts events, according to a new study. (Los Angeles Times)
Deadlocked: The labor stalemate at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra continues as the two sides disagree on the state of talks. (Detroit Free Press)
For sale: The last surviving vessel of the Spanish-American War, docked in Philadelphia, is looking for a new caretaker. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Highbrow: The 2011 Lincoln Center Festival has announced its lineup, which will include the new opera based on the movie "Dancer in the Dark." (Playbill)
Abrupt departure: More details on why New York's Public Theater parted ways with its executive director, Andrew D. Hamingson. (New York Times)
Leading role: Rupert Everett will star in a West End production of Shaw's "Pygmalion," opening in May. (Playbill)
Resignation: Ray Cullom, managing director of the Long Wharf Theatre, is leaving the New Haven company for an as yet unnamed position running a performing arts center. (Hartford Courant)
Also in the L.A. Times: Music critic Mark Swed on the career of composer Philip Glass.
-- David Ng
Photo: The Foxwoods Theatre in New York, home to "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." Credit: Spencer Platt / Getty Images