Here's my book review of I Do and I Don't: A History of Marriage in the Movies by Jeanine Basinger
The Elephant Theatre Company is producing its last production at the infamous Lillian Theatre in Theatre Row Hollywood. After The Great Divide closes on August 29th, The Lillian Theater will close its doors
Summer solice parties have begun with the kick off of Art Hearts Fashion Opening Night Launch Party at The W Hotel Hollywood for Fashion Designers Expo LA - Runway Shows
The pre-Broadway tryout of ON YOUR FEET! is a safe and predictable work-in-progress biographical jukebox musical, which, despite its flaws is showing some great potential in its first draft before it heads to New York
Northwestern University’s School of Communication and the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts presented “Getting Down, Going Forward”, with the Jump Rhythm Jazz Project,the Next Generation of Rhythm Inspired Choreographers
Chicago's Balzekas Museum of LIthuanian Culture makes the traumatic history of Lithuanian D.P.s during World War II and its immediate aftermath come alive
A vanished father. A pill-popping mother. Three sisters harboring shady little secrets. A maelstrom of repressed truths and unsettling secrets that is simultaneously hilarious and tragic
The LA Film Festival is produced by Film Independent and its mission is to showcase diversity, innovation and unique visions of independent American and international cinemas! This mission was well achieved!!
Jeff Civillico: Comedy in Action A family friendly show centering on Jeff's abiiity as a juggler is doing a twelve week summer stint at Bugsy's Cabaret in the beautiful Flamingo Las Vegas
The Broad Stage in Santa Monica hosted Vintage Masters of Swing, a night of classic Hollywood glam and Big Band era jazz with the first concert presented by the Musicians at Play Foundation
Roald Dahl’s “Matilda, The Musical” is on Stage at the Ahmanson Theatre.
The national touring company production is basically a giant piece of cotton candy that once consumed, will leave a sugary aftertaste in your mouth
Philippe Chow's Beverly Hills Restaurant was the location for Kuba Ka and his posse celebrating E! Entertainment Channel's rockumentary series, New Money
The Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend at the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas, opened my eyes to what Burlesque is today, a Vibrant Community of Theatre Arts and Performance, with a lot of "Sexy"
Gift Theatre's "Body + Blood" is a modern day play set in Chicago about faith
Secrets abound and emotions peak as a dysfunctional family gathers to bury their patriarch
After much anticipation, Charlie Chaplin for the 21st century arrived at Chicago’s Second City
Natalie Portman presented the UCLA Israel Studies Award to Amos Oz as the Oscar winning actress makes her directorial debut with A Tale of Love and Darkness, based on the best selling memoir of Amos Oz, and stars in the role of Oz’s mother, Fania.
Griffin Theatre's "The Birds" transports you to a post-apocalyptic scary world
The new Original series Complications premieres on Thursday, June 18th at 9/8C on USA Network. Matt Nix, Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl), Beth Riesgraf (Leverage), and Mike Horowitz (EP) premiered of USA's Complications at the ATX Television Festival
It may be that because I remember the time described in Gerald Everett Jones’s novel Mr. Ballpoint when ballpoint pens were a status symbol, that I found the story charming and fun, if wacky