Cole Theatre's "The Bachelors", currently in production at The Greenhouse, is a play about hatred and primitive male bonding; in this era of "enlightened self-expression", it's a shocking drama
A dark comedy about the wonderkind of finance who delivers huge profits to his investors and provides his family with every luxury - until his bright, perky lover discovers the secret behind his wealth and he has to decide how to handle the problem
Founded by Ellen and Michael Shane after the murder of their daughter, SEA assists struggling students to achieve their goals
The Orion Chamber Music Ensemble performed the third concert, "American Landscape", of it's 23rd season, "Fantasies and Enchantments" on three evenings at three different venues, delighting it's audiences
The classic 17th comedic lesson in manners set in modern London
About Face Theatre is currently staging " After all the Terrible Things I Do", by A. Rey Pamatmat at Theatre Wit- it's a saga of love, hate, recrimination, redemption and the possibility of forgiveness
A no-holds-barred exploration of today's internet dating scene, this uproarious tale tells all when two slightly tarnished, damaged millennials desperately attempt to get to know each other through the barriers of old baggage by the tons
UNLVino, April 14-16, Nevada's wine & culinary festival supports UNLV scholarships as patrons enjoy the choice of 1-3 separate events in Las Vegas as well as honoring Robert G. Goldstein, Brian Massie, and Jan Jones Blackhurst
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's 38th season and spring series ran from March 17 through March 20, 2016 at The Harris Theater for Music and Dance and among the beautifully choreographed pieces was the world premiere, "Imprint", by Lucas Crandall
The Joffrey Ballet's 2016 "Winning Works" showcase featured performances choreographed by the competition's three winners, as well as the Joffrey Academy's artistic director
Doctoral Student aspires to turn her dissertation into a documentary. The title of the documentary is: Bright Lights, Dark Shadows: The Shadow Side Of Celebrity And Fame For Entertainers
A fabulous foodie tour of the beautiful Delray Beach town. Come hungry, leave fully satisfied
My Blind Brother, is a Narrative Feature in the Spotlight section that had its world premiere during the 2016 SXSW Film Festival. The film stars Adam Scott as “Robbie” and Nick Kroll as "Bill"
50 Shades! The Parody is a fun, and entertaining look at the popular novel series.
The world-renowned Second City has officially added The Harold Ramis Film School, along with a swanky new restaurant and bar, 1959, to their Training Center
Many actors, insiders, and admirers gathered at the WGA theater in Beverly Hills for the Miles Ahead Premiere Party, which was produced by A-list Communications and sponsored by Maestro Dobel Tequila
I took the opportunity to see "Little Shop of Horrors" at the splendid Delray Beach Playhouse. Leave yourself a little extra time to look around at the lovely lakeside surroundings. It's a breathtaking view
The story of "Eye in the Sky" is complex and often surprising, and the pacing and tension continue to escalate
An original play by actor/writer Jesse Eisenberg
The Metropolitan Museum of art did it right. There is a new apple falling not too far from the Met Museum tree of art. I am ready to take a climb. Upward. Onto this new branch called The Met Breuer.