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Siegfried MetHD Review – A Star is Born

Siegfried MetHD Review – A Star is Born The same voice box produced the powerful German singing by Siegfried on stage and the delightful Texas drawl of Jay Hunter Morris in the interviews - I could easily believe him to be a reincarnation of Wagner’s famous 17 year old hero.

Anne Archer Interview – Up Close and Personal

Anne Archer Interview – Up Close and Personal Anne Archer has been one of Hollywood’s favorite on-screen wives.She currently plays Jane Fonda in “Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion,” a play written and directed by Terry Jastrow, on stage at the Edgemar Center for the Arts

The Playground Musical Theatre Review - Spotlight on the Voices of Homeless Youth

The Playground Musical Theatre Review - Spotlight on the Voices of Homeless Youth A Street Rock Musical inspired by the true stories of Homeless Kids

Kelly Osborne & Perez Hilton attend Macys Beverly Center-Judging The Material Girl Lucky Star Casting Call

Kelly Osborne & Perez Hilton attend Macys Beverly Center-Judging The Material Girl Lucky Star Casting Call Kelly Osbourne led a celebrity-driven panel of judges for the Material Girl 'Lucky Stars' casting call, at Macy's Beverly Center, Saturday, November 19th

JUBALEE Review - Global Rhythms Continues the Celebration

JUBALEE Review - Global Rhythms Continues the Celebration The Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP) opens its 22nd season with Global Rhythms. This year’s performances spotlight national and international artists.Performances are November 26 and 27

An Iliad Review - Go see it right now

An Iliad Review - Go see it right now It’s against my religion to write a rave, yet still, here I go

Merce Cunningham Legacy Tour Review — A Graceful Farewell

Merce Cunningham Legacy Tour Review — A Graceful Farewell Before his death Merce Cunningham envisioned one last gift to wrap up more than 50 years of his signature style of dance

All Childish Things Review - The Death Star Plans Are Not In The Main Computer

All Childish Things Review - The Death Star Plans Are Not In The Main Computer A wild, unabashed tribute to Star Wars--for fans only--that makes you laugh and laugh at yourself. It's too much heist and too much violence, but you won't want to jettison your escape pod.

Tosca ROH Review – A Five-* Production

Tosca ROH Review – A Five-* Production The divine words of the choir and Scarpia’s profane words are each sung to entirely appropriate music. When the two are perfectly balanced, the resulting dissonance creates an almost unbearable musical tension.

The Caretaker Review — Total Immersion in Pinter

The Caretaker Review — Total Immersion in Pinter Fans of Pinter will find much to savor in The Caretaker at Writers' Theatre

Carmen SFO Review – America’s favorite opera

Carmen SFO Review – America’s favorite opera What a pair of characters - Carmen: flamboyant, sexy, strong-willed, domineering – yet potentially vulnerable; what an opportunity for a mezzo; tenor Don José: naïve country bumpkin at the start – insane murderer at the end.

Bring It On Theatre Review - Just Brings On The Joy

Bring It On Theatre Review - Just Brings On The Joy Based on the Bring It On movies, the play far exceeds expectations. You come away with a joyful foot stamping feeling

Whiskey Tango Review - Hollywood's Secret Treasure

Whiskey Tango Review - Hollywood's Secret Treasure Whiskey Tango is definiately a fun, relaxing and upbeat place to go if you don't feel like dealing with the crowds of South Beach, recommended to go day or night!

John Hawkes, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sarah Paulson Talk About Their Latest Film

 John Hawkes, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sarah Paulson Talk About Their Latest Film “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” is a compelling psychological thriller that mines the depths of the cult experience of a young woman played by Elizabeth Olsen, who gives a break out, “Oscar buzz” performance as the troubled Martha.

LA VOIX HUMAINE Review – Opera San Jose presents an emotional block-buster

LA VOIX HUMAINE Review – Opera San Jose presents an emotional block-buster The conductor raises his arms - our pulses quicken in anticipation - an opera is about to start - but wait! - the conductor’s arms do not descend; they remain upraised, poised, ready for action. The curtain rises in utter silence

Adrian Bustamante - Began acting in 2008 and got a break working on the short lived show on NBC "Trauma"

Adrian Bustamante - Began acting in 2008 and got a break working on the short lived show on NBC "Trauma" Adrian has been working steadily on television and film as well as commercial and print work

"Cities of Light" Review - A Look at the 1920s and 30s Jewish Cabaret Scene at The Piven Theatre

"Cities of Light" Review - A Look at the 1920s and 30s Jewish Cabaret Scene at The Piven Theatre Rebecca Joy Fletcher’s uniquely written cabaret takes audience members on a ride back into Jewish history as they follow the provocative and persistent Chanteuse and her younger counterpart /accompanist, Jimmi

AFM: Locations Matter: New Incentives

AFM: Locations Matter: New Incentives Great new incentives for film makers both here and abroad

AFM: New Literary Device Revealed from TriCoast Worldwide

AFM: New Literary Device Revealed from TriCoast Worldwide a new way to read books

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss A Four Letter Four Production and Frantic Redhead Productions present Diana Son's Stop Kiss - the story of a new friendship between Callie and Sara that over time turns into something more, with unexpected and tragic consequences

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