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Sizwe Banzi is Dead Review - "Your papers are not in order"

Sizwe Banzi is Dead Review - "Your papers are not in order" Chicago's Court Theater concludes its 55th season with "Sizwe Banzi is Dead", a powerful, compelling production

Book Expo America 2010 Opens in New York City

Book Expo America 2010 Opens in New York City Independent publishers really take center stage this year

CATS 2010 at the Fisher Theatre Review - Dig Your Claws into CATS

CATS 2010 at the Fisher Theatre Review - Dig Your Claws into CATS If you ever should have opportunity to see CATS for yourself, at the Fisher Theatre or elsewhere, I suggest you dig in your claws and indulge yourself in this wondrously unique and original theatrical celebration of feline life

Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps Review- The Perfect Marriage of Humor and Suspense!

Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps Review- The Perfect Marriage of Humor and Suspense! If you grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic series of thrilling films, then you will be delighted by the suspense and utter hilarity of the Tony Award winner, The 39 Steps

Ethel Waters Life and Music - Sweet Mama String Bean Comes Alive

Ethel Waters Life and Music - Sweet Mama String Bean Comes Alive Jansen shares milestones in Waters’ life weaved through the music that marked her career.

Venice Art Walk & Auctions 2010

Venice Art Walk & Auctions 2010 Venice Art Walk and Auctions is a fabulous weekend filled with art and architecture all benefiting the Venice Family Clinic

The Women of Brewster Place- The Musical Theatre Review

The Women of Brewster Place- The Musical Theatre Review Gloria Naylor's classic collection of short stories is revisited in the musical creation by Tim Actio. The Women of Brewster Place the Musical - Now at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood

Behind the Gates Theatre Review - World Premiere of Wendy Graf's Latest Play Cannot Conceal Flaws

Behind the Gates Theatre Review - World Premiere of Wendy Graf's Latest Play Cannot Conceal Flaws Sadly, despite the riveting performances of Annika Marks and Keliher Walsh, Graf’s clichéd dialogue and one-note characterization fail to explore the multi-faceted world of an Orthodox Jewish culture

The Good Negro Review - A Goodman Theatre Premiere

The Good Negro Review - A Goodman Theatre Premiere Tracey Scott Wilson’s drama “The Good Negro” directed in its Chicago premiere by Chuck Smith, plays at the Goodman Theatre’s Albert Theatre stage through June 6th

Tribeca Film Festival Wraps On The First Nine

Tribeca Film Festival Wraps On The First Nine The 2010 Tribeca Film Festival has wrapped to mixed reviews winning very high marks for the variety of solid, entertaining and informative film offerings

The Illinois Holocaust Museum Review – Happy First Birthday

The Illinois Holocaust Museum Review – Happy First Birthday Receiving its hundreth thousandth visitor on its birthday, April 19th, the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center is fully functioning

Palomino Review - A One-Man West Coast Premiere at the Kirk Douglas

Palomino Review - A One-Man West Coast Premiere at the Kirk Douglas The Kirk Douglas Theatre's 2009/2010 season winds down with a one-man show from David Cale

JabbaWockeeZ MUS.I.C 2010 Vegas Premier - Find Your Inspiration!

JabbaWockeeZ MUS.I.C 2010 Vegas Premier - Find Your Inspiration! The MUS.I.C tour, (pronounced Muse I See), is described by the group as “an audio-visual story of inspiration brought to life through the harmonization of sound and movement,” and is dedicated to inspiring minds through music and dance

Palomino Review - Rake and Pony Show at the Kirk Douglas

Palomino Review - Rake and Pony Show at the Kirk Douglas David Cale portrays seven people in a sensuous tale about a NY carriage driver/gigolo

A Matter of Size Review - Fat Guys in Diapers, A Sumo Film, Made in Israel

A Matter of Size Review - Fat Guys in Diapers, A Sumo Film, Made in Israel “A Matter of Size,” the opening film of the 5th Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, is an Israeli black comedy featuring emotionally impactful scenes that will resonate in your memory long after leaving the theater

Taking You Inside - A Peek at the Latest Celeb Events

Taking You Inside - A Peek at the Latest Celeb Events NBC's Summer Press Day 2010, Armani Exchange and 944 Magazine Neon Carnival at Coachella and the Lost Planet 2 "Kill Big for Charity" launch event and celebrity tournament, hosted by Olivia Munn were a few of the recent events that brought out the stars

Mike Daisey's The Last Cargo Cult Review - Stories par Excellence

Mike Daisey's The Last Cargo Cult Review - Stories par Excellence Mike Daisey bills himself as a storyteller. That is an oversimplification. He’s like a combination of Garrison Keillor and Michael Moore with an occasional appearance by the late Sam Kinison

Mother's Day Entertainment Gifts - Guide for 2010

Mother's Day Entertainment Gifts - Guide for 2010 Great Entertainment gift suggestions for for mom for 2010 Mother's Day

American Footy Star - Looking to Bring America Down Under

American Footy Star - Looking to Bring America Down Under The American Footy Star Kick-off event for Australian Rules Football introduced itself to America at the Australian Consulate’s Residence in Brentwood, California

Three Decembers Review – Chicago Opera Theater’s Coup

Three Decembers Review – Chicago Opera Theater’s Coup Three Decembers, written by Jake Heggie for Frederica von Stade, brings Chicago Opera Theater's season and Ms von Stade's career to a beautiful conclusion

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