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Lollapalooza Festival 2015 Review - Three Days of Music Mayhem

Lollapalooza Festival 2015 Review - Three Days of Music Mayhem For the 11th year, Chicago’s three-day celebration of music, Lollapalooza, was held July 31st-August 2nd, in Chicago’s Grant Park. Lollapalooza is one of the nation's largest music festivals, and pays homage to every kind of music under the sun

Filming in Thailand - Hollywood is coming back for good reasons!

Filming in Thailand - Hollywood is coming back for good reasons! Filming in Thailand - Hollywood is coming back and for good reasons!

“The Rise and Fall of Little Voice” Review – Termagant Tale

“The Rise and Fall of Little Voice” Review – Termagant Tale No Stakes Theater Project produces its world debut show "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice"

A Lesson Before Dying - Mesmerizing Play Produced by Russ Andrade

A Lesson Before Dying - Mesmerizing Play Produced by Russ Andrade "A Lesson Before Dying" will move you to tears at the Los Angeles' Studio Stage

"Wood, Metal, Screw 2" Opens at Gabba Gallery, Saturday, August 22!

"Wood, Metal, Screw 2" Opens at Gabba Gallery, Saturday, August 22! “Wood, Metal, Screw 2” opens at the Gabba Gallery, located at 3126 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057 on August 22 from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm and will be on view through September 19, 2015.

To EachTheir Own Review - Life is not what it seems

To EachTheir Own Review - Life is not what it seems For the Fringe Festival, “To Each Their Own,” playing at the Teatro SEA at the Clemente, 107 Suffolk Street, and NYC was sold out!

Movie Review -Straight Outta Compton - A Reality Check

Movie Review -Straight Outta Compton - A Reality Check A must see lesson in history that tells us much about our modern day issues - sure to win awards

The 39 Steps - The funnier side of Alfred Hitchcock

The 39 Steps - The funnier side of Alfred Hitchcock This stage version of The 39 Steps is a slapstick, hysterical, fast-moving version of the 1935 thriller

KINKY BOOTS REVIEW - Feeling, Living and Loving the Joy

KINKY BOOTS REVIEW - Feeling, Living and Loving the Joy Kinky Boots, the Tony Award Winning Show inspired by the movie of the same name is a fun sweet musical set in Northampton, England, and tells the story of the Price family’s outdated shoe factory hit by hard times and more

First Floor Theater Presents Kafkapalooza Review- Modern Takes on Old Writings

First Floor Theater Presents Kafkapalooza Review- Modern Takes on Old Writings Kafkapalooza presents eight world premiere performances of modern interpretations of works by writer Franz Kafka

North Coast Music Fest PREVIEW: 5 Things You Can't Miss

North Coast Music Fest PREVIEW: 5 Things You Can't Miss North Coast Music Fest is one of the best events during Chicago’s busy festival season. There are five things you must check out while attending the fest

Ravinia’s “Flying Dutchman” Review – A Fond Farewell to James Conlon

Ravinia’s “Flying Dutchman” Review – A Fond Farewell to James Conlon My husband and I were very fortunate to be present when James Conlon, , took the podium for the last time in his role as music director of Ravinia Festival, a position he has held since 2005

Light Opera Works Presents South Pacific Review- A Journey Through the Battles of Love and War

Light Opera Works Presents South Pacific Review- A Journey Through the Battles of Love and War An old classic brought back to life, South Pacific will make you laugh and cry as you follow the journey of two couples searching for love and dealing with the war at hand

Kabuki Show Review – A New Must See in Las Vegas

Kabuki Show Review – A New Must See in Las Vegas Top Kabuki star Ichikawa Somegoro performed during the Kabuki Spectacle August 14-16, which is inspired by Kabuki, the most famous traditional performance art in Japan.

Patterns Review - A Corporate Twilight Zone

Patterns Review - A Corporate Twilight Zone With almost eerie timelessness, PATTERNS explores the in's and out's of corporate values and ethics in 1955. And yet the major themes are as true today as they were in 1955.

Free 101.9 THE MIX Concert at MB Financial Park Rosemont- “Eric & Kathy’s Concert for the Kids”

Free 101.9 THE MIX Concert at MB Financial Park Rosemont- “Eric & Kathy’s Concert for the Kids” Popular Chicago radio hosts Eric and Kathy of 101.9 THE MIX will be hosting a free concert at MB Financial Park in Rosemont, Illinois

Robin McGraw Review - Cheers to 39 Years

Robin McGraw Review - Cheers to 39 Years Many of us know Robin McGraw as a regular contributor and vital asset on the Dr. Phil television show since its inception and for founding The Dr. Phil Foundation

Indican Pictures Announces Red Carpet Premiere of Windsor Drive

Indican Pictures Announces Red Carpet Premiere of Windsor Drive Windsor Drive explores the disturbed mind of River Miller, a mentally unstable 27 year old, haunted by the death of his girlfriend, Jordana. Trapped by the voices and visions in his head, River’s world crumbles as delusions take over his reality.

Mark Sherman’s Explosive “Bent” Review - On Stage at the Mark Taper Forum

Mark Sherman’s Explosive “Bent” Review - On Stage at the Mark Taper Forum Martin Sherman’s powerfully written play, “Bent,” shines a light on that more obscure piece of history, illuminating the treatment of homosexuals under the Nazi regime.This riveting play, set in the 1930s is exquisitely directed by Moisés Kaufman

Taste of Summer -- Dizzy Feet -- Gypsy Lauded

Taste of Summer -- Dizzy Feet -- Gypsy Lauded The 4th Annual Taste of Summer, a one-night only food & drink tasting fundraiser was held in Santa Monica where proceeds help make college a reality for thousands of students in educationally & economically under-resourced communities in L.A.

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