Bernie supporters, angry-as-hell-Trump-supporters, and anyone who thinks about our growing class divide will find American Blues Theater's "Little Shop of Horrors" biting satire of capitalism run amok right on
Playwright Greg Kalleres and director Gregg Daniel have teamed up for the Los Angeles premiere of HONKY, a hilarious play about the rhetoric of racism and the effect of racism on consumer buying, poking fun at our need to remain "politically correct"
The 11th Annual Mother and Son "Magical Ball" supporting Autism Speaks to be held on Friday May 13th 2016 at The Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club, 13589 Mindanao Way, Marina Del Rey from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m featuring "Alphonso The Magician"
A post-apocalyptic tale set in gray stone walls, ENDGAME posits a chess game where nobody can win as blind, wheelchair-bound Hamm interacts with his faithful retainer and his parents, residing in nearby trash cans, with bleak humor and lilting poetry
It’s hard to improve on the Bard. But what the “Will A Thon” does is ingenious: it mixes and matches the Bard’s works in a way that creates a new and different experience, much in the way a medley does
If you can’t make it to the Kentucky Derby itself to take in “the most exciting two minutes in sports”, along with all of the pageantry, hats, wagering and the perfect Mint Julep, there are plenty of other options to enjoy one of the biggest events in all of sports. Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of venues, cocktails and everything you will need to enjoy the Derby in your own way
Earlier today, I had the opportunity to chat — via e-mail — with Markus Reuter, who is in town with the Stick Men for two performances at Reggie’s (2105 S. State Street in Chicago). Read on to learn more about Markus, their new album "Midori"
Guests embarked on a multi-level journey in the mist of the Newport Beach Film Festival. Celebrity Cruises recently brought it's latest onboard cultural-culinary experience, "A Taste of Film" to the Newport Beach Film Festival
How will Bella, the mother of 16-year-old Luisa, and Hucklebee, the father of 20-year-old Matt, get their kids to fall in love? Maybe by building a high wall between their houses and the help of the machiavellian El Gallo who has plans of his own