Monster Mash: Alleged Mozart discoveries revealed; frustrated Dudamel fans; Merce Cunningham's last dance
--Classical canon: Scholars in Salzburg, Austria, have unveiled the two recently discovered pieces that they say were written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
--Frustrated fans: All tickets to the free Gustavo Dudamel concert on Oct. 3 were gone in just 1 hour, 20 minutes. Scalpers are suspected of snagging large quantities of seats online.
--Last dance: The late Merce Cunningham's dance company debuts a new piece, titled "This Event," in New York.
--More Merce: The choreographer's relationship with composer John Cage is explored by Times critic Mark Swed.
--Budget battles: Pennsylvania faces a crisis in arts funding as lawmakers threaten to cut dollars for the state's Council on the Arts to zero.
--Stage celebration: The National Black Theatre Festival, now in its 20th year, opens today for a weeklong run in Winston-Salem. N.C.
--New music: Steve Reich, Meredith Monk and Steven Stucky are among the 31 composers to receive grants for new commissions from Meet the Composer.
--Busy summer: Hope Davis, currently on break from Broadway's "God of Carnage," will portray Hillary Clinton in an HBO movie filming during the play's summer hiatus.
--The Dane is coming: British actor David Tennant is bringing his acclaimed stage performance in "Hamlet" to PBS in 2010.
-- David Ng
Photo: Scores for the recently unveiled works attributed to Mozart. Credit: Associated Press