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Gay Heritage Month - Thalians Presidents Club - Yad Vashem Salute to Hollywood

Gay Heritage Month - Thalians Presidents Club - Yad Vashem Salute to Hollywood The Hollywood Museum celebrated “Gay Heritage Month” by partnership with LA City Council member, Mitch O’Farrell by presenting an engaging exhibition - their 3rd Annual Reel to Real, Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood

Idaho The Comedy Musical Review – New Show Delights Audiences at Smith Center Premier

Idaho The Comedy Musical Review – New Show Delights Audiences at Smith Center Premier A new show, Idaho The Comedy Musical, has audiences laughing as the spoof of Broadway musicals, most notably Oklahoma, takes to the stage thorough July 17 at Las Vegas' Smith Center with a goal of reaching Broadway

Theatre/Dinner Review - Romeo and Juliet Love's Battlefield Opens At The Prospect Dinner Theatre

Theatre/Dinner Review - Romeo and Juliet Love's Battlefield Opens At The Prospect Dinner Theatre A great dinner - theatre date for you to explore in Hollywood

Part 2 of 2016 One-Act Festival Review - It Keeps Getting Better

Part 2 of 2016 One-Act Festival Review - It Keeps Getting Better EST/LA continues its 2016 festival with Program C, six one-act pieces which again offer a wide variety of plays to spark the interest of heterogeneous audiences; two of the strongest one-actors are comedies guaranteed to keep the audience laughing

4 Ways Technology has Revolutionized Online Gaming

4 Ways Technology has Revolutionized Online Gaming Let’s be honest – people have been playing games to keep themselves entertained since the dawn of time. As soon as we had figured out the basics like fire,

Steep Theatre’s Wastwater Review- Starkly Dark, Superbly Acted

Steep Theatre’s Wastwater Review- Starkly Dark, Superbly Acted Steep Theatre performs Tony Award-Winning playwright Simon Stephens "Wastwater" immersing you in a dark, dark world

The Imaginary Invalid Review - Medicine is not Comedy

The Imaginary Invalid Review - Medicine is not Comedy Well-to-do Mme. Argan surrounds herself with medical remedies and her personal physician - all to ward off her imaginary ailments - and plans to marry off her daughter to her doctor's nephew, also a doctor, so that she can get free medical treatment

My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy Review – Brad Zimmerman in his Element

My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy Review – Brad Zimmerman in his Element In a world turned upside down, what can be better than to get away from it all and laugh for 90 minutes straight? To experience this, go see "My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy" at the North Shore Center for Performing Arts in Skokie

Celebrity Sweat 2016 VIP Bash

Celebrity Sweat 2016 VIP Bash The 12th annual Celebrity Sweat VIP Players Party is back. The post ESPY Awards party celebrates the Rams coming back to Los Angeles with pro-bowlers – Robert Quinn, and Todd Gurley joining the party at The Palm/LA Live on July 13th

2016 Playwright's One-Act Festival Review - A Potpourri of Choices

2016 Playwright's One-Act Festival Review - A Potpourri of Choices Ensemble Studio Theatre of Los Angeles has served up a variety of one-act plays by 14 top playwrights and 39 actors, and each member of the audience should find something to delight - with special kudos to "Lizzy" and "To Serve Butter" in Program A

"Weird" Al Yankovic Review - 2016 Tour is Mandatory Fun

"Weird" Al Yankovic Review - 2016 Tour is Mandatory Fun "Weird" Al Yankovic brings his high-energy musical lampooning to audiences of all ages across North America in this second tour based on his Grammy Award winning album "Mandatory Fun"

Movie Review - Zero Days - Global Cyber Weapons Create Havoc

Movie Review - Zero Days - Global Cyber Weapons Create Havoc Secret deals, covert plans - all ruined by a cyber weapon out of control

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents "Raiders of The Lost Ark" Review- an epic film with an iconic score

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra presents "Raiders of The Lost Ark" Review- an epic film with an iconic score The Chicago Symphony Orchestra closed it's 125th season with three special performances, showing "Raiders of The Lost Ark" while performing the score- a fun and thrilling double production

FREE Shakespeare Invades Chicagoland City Parks with three amazing productions.

FREE Shakespeare Invades Chicagoland City Parks with three amazing productions. Three theatrical companies are performing FREE Shakespeare plays this summer at a park near you!

The Secret Garden Review - A New Theatre is Born

The Secret Garden Review - A New Theatre is Born THE SECRET GARDEN follows eleven-year-old orphan Mary Lennox on her return to Yorkshire, England from India. Very lonely, Mary explores the grounds of her new home to discover a magic garden that once belonged to her Uncle’s wife, Mary

"Lila Downs in Concert" Review- a very special night at the CSO

"Lila Downs in Concert" Review- a very special night at the CSO Mexican-America artist and humanitarian Lila Downs performed with her band and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Conductor Donato Cabrera, an evening of remarkable music

Mysteryland Review - Brings music, love, and peace back to Woodstock

Mysteryland Review - Brings music, love, and peace back to Woodstock Mysteryland music festival brings music, food, and friends you haven't meet yet to the hills of Woodstock. The camping community brings together new neighbors that you are guaranteed to see again

Church and State Review - Are the Boundaries Blurred?

Church and State Review - Are the Boundaries Blurred? Religion, politics, and social media juxtapose as the North Carolina Republican incumbent - running for Senate re-election in three days - makes some spontaneous remarks about God which land him in very hot water with his conservative constituents

Mandala Arts Company - Benefit Gala Preview

Mandala Arts Company - Benefit Gala Preview Mandala will celebrate its first year of operation at a benefit event: Colors of the East, on Sunday, July 10 from 6 – 9 pm at the Drake Hotel, 140 E Walton Place. Tickets are $150 and can be purchased on the Mandala website - read on

A Few Good Men Review - Justice Questioned

A Few Good Men Review - Justice Questioned A gripping military courtroom thriller set in Cuba during the Cold War questions the limits of military power and whether the military, in its role as society's protector, is exempt from the beliefs and values that govern the rest of society

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