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The Jazz Makers Make Their Way To Broadway

The Jazz Makers Make Their Way To Broadway The smoky sounds of sultry midnight hour jazz reminiscent of late night Paris 1924 are going to steam up the bulbs on Broadway

LATW presents The Man Who Had All The Luck

LATW presents The Man Who Had All The Luck L.A. Theatre Works prsented Arthur Miller's first Broadway play, The Man Who Had All the Luck, featuring Kurtwood Smith (That 70s Show) and Emily Bergl(Men in Trees) at the Skirball Cultural Center from April 11-15

Hollywood Party with Kat Kramer - Part 4

Hollywood Party with Kat Kramer - Part 4 Well folks, I know it seems a while ago, but during Oscar Week, I attended a lovely reception in Beverly Hills to honor Academy Award nominated composers and lyricists

The Denver Art Museum - Architecture Worthy of the Art Inside

The Denver Art Museum - Architecture Worthy of the Art Inside From the moment you step in front of The Denver Art Museum you find out very soon that the Museum isnt just a home to incredible art, the building itself its an actual piece of art

American Midget Review - Delivers in a Giant Way

American Midget Review - Delivers in a Giant Way If you go to see one play this month… Jonathan Yukich's American Midget at The Met in Hollywood

Bush is Bad, the Musical at the NoHo Arts Center

Bush is Bad, the Musical at the NoHo Arts Center Will someone please give this guy a blow job so we can impeach him?

Blades of Glory Review

Blades of Glory Review Two gold medalists in men's skating but only one prize - a funny buddy movie about friendships

Infinite Black Suitcase - Review

Infinite Black Suitcase - Review TheSpyAnts present the World Premiere of INFINITE BLACK SUITCASE
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Galatea Review

Galatea Review A story that combines the love, more like obsession, the sculptor has with her muse who also grows as well

Green Festivals Comes to Chicago

Green Festivals Comes to Chicago Green Festivals's first Chicago Event takes place April 21st and 22nd at McCormick Place

Grindhouse Review - Tarantino and Rodriguez Bring Back Girls, Guns, and Gore

Grindhouse Review - Tarantino and Rodriguez Bring Back Girls, Guns, and Gore In "Grindhouse", Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez resuscitate the grindhouse movie experience, injecting a little something for everybody

Twelve Angry Men Review - A Performance That Leaves No Room For Doubt

Twelve Angry Men Review - A Performance That Leaves No Room For Doubt 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

Book Review: Finding Imagine Nation - Timmy and Harriet in Wonderland

Book Review: Finding Imagine Nation - Timmy and Harriet in Wonderland Finding Imagine Nation is a fantary story for adults and children alike

Snow White Review

Snow White Review A retelling of Snow White at Theatre West staring Lee Meriweather

Ellen Sandler's TV Writer's Handbook - Perfecting the Craft

Ellen Sandler's TV Writer's Handbook - Perfecting the Craft Former Everyone Loves Raymond producer gives tips on writing for TV

The Lighthouse Guild Annual Superbowl Extravaganza - A Bash That Benefits

The Lighthouse Guild Annual Superbowl Extravaganza - A Bash That Benefits 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.

Los Feliz Arts Charter School Benefit at Tangiers

Los Feliz Arts Charter School  Benefit at Tangiers 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

Meet the Robinsons Review - Meeting the Robinsons at Disney Studios

Meet the Robinsons Review - Meeting the Robinsons at Disney Studios A boy discovers that nothing is ever a failure

Stagestruck March 28, 2007

Stagestruck March 28, 2007 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 Party Makes Waves at Tengu's Newest Restaurant on the Ocean

Splash Magazine Party Makes Waves at Tengu's Newest Restaurant on the Ocean Splash Magazine threw a huge Journalist/Reader Appreciation bash at Tengu in Santa Monica with delicious appetizers, cocktails, and good company

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