The lobby was packed with the biggest crowd yet as everyone wanted to be inside as part of “Beethoven, Bernstein and Bolero”, the series’ final show
Hot Summer Nights Benefit where Hollywood Stars came together to celebrate the 2nd annual “2008 Hot Summer Nights at The Playboy Mansion" to benefit the United Breast Cancer Foundation
Theatre Unleashed's production of The Tempest promises an intimate evening of Shakespeare that won't soon be forgotten.
It rocked, howled, growled honky-tonk rockabilly tasty good licks and boot-kicking dance beats
Action! Theatre Company brilliantly revives this classic menagerie of characters, reigniting the philosophical fire of the free thought debate
Over 200 people came out to support the Jewish Distribution Committee at La Bodeguita de Pico restaurant including Nikki Hilton and Mischa Barton
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If you could choose how and when to go, wouldn't you choose death by chocolate
"The Bones of Lesser Men" takes a comtemporary look at the classic dilemna of the down-trodden African American community: In whom or what should we entrust our hopes
It was very interesting to learn about The Krause Music Store's restoration- the facade was Luis Sullivan's last commission
Write Act Repertory welcomes the return of Wendy Gough's award winning one-woman show, The Divine Madness of Isabella
Filmerati were in full swing last night, with fans and filmmakers alike lined up around the block to get into the Opening Night Gala of the hottest new Film Festival on the West Coast.....
Trendy Sushi bar and popular hot spot Wokcano Cafe opens its doors in the heart of Santa Monica
How would you like to understand each individual? Know what they mean and why are they doing what they are doing? That’s exactly what the star of this one-woman show has achieved through her journey
OUTFEST 2008 has come and gone, but they Gay Themed flicks just keep on coming in Hollywood Independents Shorts Collection Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too
Amelia Kingston grew up on Long Island and began acting starring in her 8th grade play "Oklahoma" as Laurie. She later joined the Herberger College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. There she participated in theater, worked behind the scenes and filmed commercials. Summers off were spent at NYU Tisch's Stonestreet Studios. Amelia studies at Groudlings, The Howard Fine Acting Studio, and Scott Sedita for 1/2 hour comedy. Amelia has performed in Television shows such as "Nip/Tuck" and "Drake and Josh" etc. She is represented by AKA Talent Agency.
I don’t think that Ringo Starr has not gotten the recognition he deserves.But his All Starr show truly presents him as a true muscian with a wonderful spirit.
Created to give at risk children the opportunity to make their own films
Suffer The Long Night is a wonderfully twisted tale within a tale of Murphy's Law gone wild at the theater