ARTS & LEISURE
An article on Page 9 this weekend about six podcasts about political scandals and upheaval refers incorrectly to the producers of “The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq.” They are Somethin’ Else and Sony Music Entertainment, not the BBC.
An article on Page 4 this weekend about the physical and emotional risks theater performers face misstates the name of an organization helping to shape performances of physical contact onstage. It is Intimacy Directors & Coordinators, not Intimacy Directors & Choreographers.
An article on Page 13 this weekend about five classic sci-fi summer movies from 1982 misstated which Philip K. Dick work “Blade Runner” was adapted from. It was adapted from Dick’s novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” not from one of his short stories.
An article on Page 8 this weekend about New York’s teen punk bands in the 1970s misstates the name Arthur Brennan adopted when he ran away to New York City to join a band. It was Darvon Staggard, not Darvon Stagger.
An article on July 31 about fracking misstated the type of companies that funded America’s fracking boom. They were private-equity companies, not venture-capital companies.
An obituary on Friday about the artist Jennifer Bartlett omitted the name of a survivor. In addition to her daughter and her sister Julie Losch Matsumoto, Ms. Bartlett is survived by another sister, Jessica Ann Losch.
A picture caption with an obituary on July 4 about the stage director Peter Brook referred imprecisely to a photograph of his 1953 production of “Faust” at the Metropolitan Opera. The photograph was taken during a rehearsal, not a performance. Another picture caption with that obituary misidentified the actress pictured with Laurence Olivier in Mr. Brook’s production of “Titus Andronicus.” She is Maxine Audley, not Vivien Leigh.
Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.