Texas born and bred, Dennis Quaid is a consummate actor whose impressive acting career has been on-screen since 1977 when he played a baseball pitcher in “I Never Promised You a Rose Garden.” Since then, he has appeared in over 70 films
Costume Designers Week Hollywood will celebrate the world of costume designers in Motion Pictures, Television, Theater and Opera in a week of dramatic Fashion/ Pageant Shows. After our success with Goddesses of Glass Fashion Show and Metropolitan Fashion Week Bellevue-Seattle, we are excited to present the first ever- and only one in existence– “Costume Designers Week Hollywood”
Twenty-three year-old vocal powerhouse Liel Kolet began her professional career at the age of 12, after winning the prestigious European talent contest, Bravo Bravissimo. Blessed with extraordinary talent, an angelic voice and a magical persona that captivates audiences around the world
On the heels of her breakout appearance on South by Southwest® (SXSW®), 16-year-old California singer-songwriter Maddie Miller hit the stage last weekend at a star-studded fundraiser for Women’s Campaign International
Brenda Dickson, Daytime Television’s ultimate villain as "Jill Abbot" from the glory days of The Young & The Restless, finally reveals the hidden story on what really happened to her. Her book takes you through her life in Hollywood from age 17 until the present
Roger Mathey's award winning production of "Trainspotting" at the Elephant Theater in Los Angeles has been extended through June 1, 2013. If you like your theater nude, rude and crude, this is the one to see.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), announces Fashion 2013, the school’s 79th annual fashion show. Presented Friday, May 3 three times throughout the day on Millennium Park’s Chase Promenade, Fashion 2013 will culminate with THE WALK—SAIC’s annual benefit supporting the production of student work and scholarships—at 5:30 p.m
Stepping out of the performance of THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE currently premiering at the Royal George Theatre, I overheard a woman remark, as she wiped tears away, “Talk about theater!” The standing ovation minutes before, was testament to the fact that the audience agreed with her