Yes, indeedy, it would appear as if America’s finest punk rock stars will be rolling into my back yard and, no doubt, I was NOT going to miss this one! Relevance was calling my name. Amen
(Recovered Voices Project) Your country has just been humiliated in a disastrous war, in which it was the aggressor
What better way to spend a summer day than exploring Downtown Chicago? One of the best places in the city for a wealth of family fun that doesn’t cost a fortune is Millennium Park, located on Michigan Avenue between Randolph St and Monroe St
Lanford Wilson's Burn This has found its way into the more than capable hands of Santa Monica's own Ruskin Group Theatre
The "Rising Stars in Concert" program is the Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Opera Center at Lyric Opera of Chicago event that closed a spectacular 2008-09 season
This one play you can see time and time again and we loved it! I took my girlfriend who, because she “does not like ABBA songs” did not want to go. I finally convinced her and she loved it!
Rainbow colored beads, fuzzy leggings, splashes of neon color, men with daisy hats, multi-colored lasers beaming from the stages, massive fog on the dance floor and inflated white tentacles
A CD highly energized with guitar-heavy song writing alongside meaningful lyrics
The second installment in the renowned "Ring Cycle," Die Walküre is Richard Wagner's compelling love story between the doomed hero Siegmund and his soulmate Sieglinde
Magnolia, the world premiere of a play by Regina Taylor, contextualizes race relations in the U.S, through the effective rendering of multi-faceted characters and a robust mise-en-scene.
Daniel Maltzman, a successful artist for over 15 years, has seen his work distributed around the globe. Hotspots from Hollywood and Vegas to prestige including World Peace One, The Galen Center, and Steve Tisch’s collection
In this tangled web of heart-making and heartbreaking, these nine individuals discover that reading the signs and signals of the opposite sex is not as easy as they all seem to think
Texan native Kevin Alejandro discusses his life in the limelight, his new TV series SOUTHLAND on NBC and his most challenging role yet: fatherhood
It's one man, one guitar and one bumpy and embarrassing personal journey to manhood for singer-songwriter, performer Kevin Thornton in the West Coast Premiere of Sex, Dreams and Self-Control
Class Dismissed is a mellow, good-natured play about a rich suburban kid, a hippie wannabe, who doesn’t want his friends to know he has dough
Charmed by Audrey: Life on the Set of Sabrina
World's Best Advice from the World's Wisest Women
Feisty First Ladies and Other Unforgettable White House Women
Anyone who’s lived in Chicago for a while, or even skimmed Mike Royko’s “Boss,” knows that the Chicago Machine is populated with a cast of characters that are Shakespearean in the scope of their tragic flaws.
For so many people, the coolest part of Los Angeles is the events. Great events are always memorable and chances are Steven Yamin’s company Conscience Entertainment produced them