Tracey Keilly's art work is a complex, elegant study of the political, social, and psychological, used to create a wordless conversation. She taps into the vulnerabilities in our culture and illuminates their connectivity
Growing up in an unstable, abusive home, she found comfort in drawing. When her mother left her abusive father and raised her as a latchkey child, her passion for art kept her company and gave her self confidence
Theater Wit's hilarious production of The North Plan, proclaimed as a story of “what ordinary Americans would do if the U.S. government fell into tyranny,” is part apocalyptic horror story, part farce, and all good old-fashioned Western.
The Ubuntu Art Charity Benefit hosted by Russell Simmons' Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation brought together a Red Carpet of celebrities, exquisite African art, a heart-felt film, exotic music and dance and beautiful people
The Artist, Best Picture of 2012, was well represented at the 22nd Annual Night of 100 Stars at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Five co-stars from the award-winning flick including Ed Lauter, James Cromwell, Missi Pyle and Beth Grant were on hand.
Modern and creative set design, delightful choreography, and a string of breathtakingly wonderful principals, Rinaldo is as much a showcase to Lyric’s enduring ability to remake itself as it is a dutiful homage to classic bel canto opera
“Doin’ It For Love” will close out its Southwest Tour in Los Angeles on March 9th and 10th with both performances benefiting People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Investigation and Rescue Fund supporting undercover investigations and animal rescue efforts