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Thurgood Play Review - Laurence Fishburne Recreates The Life & Times of the Famed Jurist

Thurgood Play Review - Laurence Fishburne Recreates The Life & Times of the Famed Jurist This powerful play, written by George Stevens, Jr., and directed with the utmost of delicate skill by Leonard Foglia, is a 95-minute monologue and was recently performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington D.C

Mira Sorvino Interview - A Candid Discussion On Career, Family, And Human Trafficking

Mira Sorvino Interview - A Candid Discussion On Career, Family, And Human Trafficking Mira Sorvino is “Paulie’s” daughter, one of Hollywood’s most famous “Mafioso” actors, Paul Sorvino. The acting apple doesn’t fall from the tree as Mira has carved out a successful, “non-Italiano” career

A Moment With Helen Mirren & Sergio Peris-Mencheta

A Moment With Helen Mirren & Sergio Peris-Mencheta When Dame Helen Mirren walked into the pressroom, one was quite tempted to stand up and courtesy as she is undisputedly one of cinema’s most gifted actors and is most outspoken

Canvass And Cocktails by In Pursuit Networking - Coming Together for the Youths of L.A

Canvass And Cocktails by In Pursuit Networking - Coming Together for the Youths of L.A This is not your average art opening Come get your groove on as In Pursuit Networking invites you to benefit the Los Angeles Youth Network in an art opening at Paint:Lab, Santa Monica, July 31st from 7:00 - 11:00 PM

Maria Bermudez FLAMENCO: Sonidos Gitanos and Chicana Gypsy Project Review - Gypsy Song and Dance at the Ford Amphitheatre

 Maria Bermudez FLAMENCO: Sonidos Gitanos and Chicana Gypsy Project Review -  Gypsy Song and Dance at the Ford Amphitheatre I was transported from Los Angeles to Jerez de La Frontera in the Andalucia region, of Spain, the cradle of Flamenco and Gypsy culture

Cats and Dogs Review - Can Kitty Galore get her Revenge?

Cats and Dogs Review - Can Kitty Galore get her Revenge? It's time for the fur to fly as the feline and canines team up and realize that for the first time, they can truly work together

SHREK the Musical Review- A Musical of Monstrous Proportions

SHREK the Musical  Review- A Musical of Monstrous Proportions What a show! It seemed like just about everyone, young and old came out to see everybody’s favorite big, green ogre at the opening night premiere of Shrek The Musical

Turandot Review – The Prince of Tartary raises stupidity to a new height - or should I say depth?. But Love (and Puccini) conquers all.

Turandot Review – The Prince of Tartary raises stupidity to a new height  -  or should I say depth?.  But Love (and Puccini) conquers all. In most Grand Opera the lead male character is fairly stupid - the Prince of Tartary (we don’t know until the last act that his name is Calàf) raises stupidity to a new height (depth?).

SALT Adds Flavor to the Summer Box Office

SALT Adds Flavor to the Summer Box Office Angelina Jolie, Director Phillip Noyce and Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura are headed for a savory summer experience as SALT adds flavor to the box office with solid standings after the opening weekend receipts

Songs and Dances of Imaginary Lands - Moments of Chaos inspire Imaginary Lands

Songs and Dances of Imaginary Lands - Moments of Chaos inspire Imaginary Lands By re-inhabiting the lands where pivotal moments were embodied in the form of song, dance, ceremonies and pledges, Tom and Sue, played by Jason Adams and Jamey Hood respectively, reclaim their sense of self

Summerfest - The Only Way to Kick off Summer in Milwaukee

Summerfest - The Only Way to Kick off Summer in Milwaukee Milwaukee has mastered the art of putting twelve months of fun into a three month span, packing in event after event that will keep your head spinning the entire summer, kicking off with Summerfest

Summerfest - The Only Way to Kick off Summer in Milwaukee

Summerfest - The Only Way to Kick off Summer in Milwaukee Milwaukee has mastered the art of putting twelve months of fun into a three month span, packing in event after event that will keep your head spinning the entire summer, kicking off with Summerfest

La Bohème Review – To Cry or Not to Cry

La Bohème Review – To Cry or Not to Cry You win some (the marvelous La Traviata I saw last week, for example) and you lose some. But if the Met Encores this performance again...

Whitefire Theatre’s Quickies T(h)ree Review - Throw Down A Throw and Hunker Down For The Best Picnic In Town

Whitefire Theatre’s Quickies T(h)ree Review - Throw Down A Throw and Hunker Down For The Best Picnic In Town Strung together like colorful beads on Marsha Brady’s grooviest necklace, the latest installment of the Quickies series at the Whitefire Theatre delivers one comedic gem after another

Master Class Review - Masterfully Done

Master Class Review - Masterfully Done Presented at the Will Greer Theatricum Botanicum outdoor theatre, Master Class tells the story of opera’s soprano singer Maria Callas’s last years as a teacher of new sopranos and tenors

Prom Night: Les Enfants Terribles Review - Prom Night with a Twist

Prom Night: Les Enfants Terribles Review - Prom Night with a Twist This is not your regular prom night. Les Enfants will make this an evening to remember

Up Chick Creek Review at Santa Monica Playhouse - Three Sassy Solos

Up Chick Creek Review at Santa Monica Playhouse - Three Sassy Solos Up Chick Creek is a trio of short one woman shows performed recently as a benefit for Santa Monica Playhouse. Barbara Cole, Lizzie Czerner and Dinah Steward pitched in to show, in their very different styles, a medley of women finding themselves

Labyrinth of Jareth XIII Review - Masquerade!

Labyrinth of Jareth XIII Review - Masquerade! Every year, for one magical weekend, all sorts of fantastical creatures and characters gather and dance into the early hours of morning

Nothin' But The Blues Review- A Great Performance!

Nothin' But The Blues Review- A Great Performance! The Black Ensemble Theater (BE)performs it's premiere production of Nothin’ But The Blues, written by Joe Plummer and produced and directed by BE founder and executive director Jackie Taylor with co-director Daryl Brooks

Pocket Opera La Traviata Review – Even smaller is even better

Pocket Opera La Traviata Review – Even smaller is even better Yesterday as the final quiet chords were played by the piano and eight-piece orchestra of Pocket Opera, I was not just emotionally “satisfied”. I was emotionally saturated, emotionally drained, emotionally exhausted

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