A story that combines the love, more like obsession, the sculptor has with her muse who also grows as well
Green Festivals's first Chicago Event takes place April 21st and 22nd at McCormick Place
In "Grindhouse", Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez resuscitate the grindhouse movie experience, injecting a little something for everybody
Playwright Reginald Rose and Director Scott Ellis present an unimpeachable case: Twelve Angry Men is a must-see play that brings the best and the worst of any democratic system, American or otherwise, to light
Finding Imagine Nation is a fantary story for adults and children alike
A retelling of Snow White at Theatre West staring Lee Meriweather
Former Everyone Loves Raymond producer gives tips on writing for TV
The Lighthouse Guild 5th Annual Super Bowl Extravaganza gave attendees the best of a Super Bowl party while also allowing them a chance to give back in the process, as the event benefited Olive Crest, Homes and Services for Abused Children.
A Benefit for Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts featured Michelle White, Rachel Robinson, Lennox and Pamela Clay at Tangiers Restaurant in Los Feliz
A boy discovers that nothing is ever a failure
I went on my first New York audition a few weeks ago. It was for an original play with Mae West as a character in it.
Splash Magazine threw a huge Journalist/Reader Appreciation bash at Tengu in Santa Monica with delicious appetizers, cocktails, and good company
300 buff, handsome, and hunky Spartan soldiers march off to battle in Speedos, red robes, and boots it doesnt get any better than this
Rita Wilson headlines the world premiere of "Distracted," Lisa Loomer's tongue-in-cheek dramedy about staying connected in a fractured, fast paced and hyperactive world
The Museum of Television and Radio hosted its 24th annual William S. Paley Television Festival at the Directors Guild in Los Angeles, CA
In "Joanna's Husband and David's Wife", we sail through a 20 year span what may have been historys largest shift in gender roles which becomes a central theme
(RED) hosted an evening at The Hotel Cafe with performances by Cary Brothers, Katie Herzig, Sanders Bohlke, Priscilla Ahn, Greg Laswell, Alexi Murdoch and Mandy Moore
The Wolf by Actor/ Playwright Sean Huze makes its world premiere at the art/works Theatre, exploring the question: Can a wolf ever live among the sheep?
Club 2Dae recently opened this month and it is the new 18 and over place to be
A chainsaw cuts throught Chicago as Chainsaw Dupont introduces, "Ghost Kings of Beale Street"