Bailiwick Chicago’s production of Carrie: the Musical now playing until July 12, 2014 at Victory Gardens is a mess despite years of re-writes, but the show's magnificent leading lady shines above it all
Earlier this week I finally had the opportunity to see a play that I have long been anticipating, Ask Aunt Susan, written by Seth Bockley and directed by Henry Wishcamper at the Goodman Theatre in Downtown Chicago. The play, which is based upon...
Three Holes, Two Brads and a Smoking Gun film played during South by South West Festival (SXSW) and Cannes Film Festival in 2014. The film was written by Scott Fivelson and produced by Zuher Khan, Sasha Yelaun, and directed by Hilarion Banks
Elizabeth Wenk simplifies the process of planning and navigating through the JMT in her book, John Muir Trail: The essential guide to hiking America’s most famous trail. She takes the adventure out of the planning so you can save it for the trail
Paul Haggis is one of Hollywood’s most highly respected writer-producer- directors, having racked up two consecutive Best Film Oscars for “Million Dollar Baby,” directed by Clint Eastwood, and “Crash,”
Leon,married, takes his friend Bill to dinner for his fiftieth birthday and gifts him with a purchase from a Gypsy matchmaker, a Love List for Bill to complete, cataloging his orderly choice of the ten most desirable qualities in a woman
The third installment of Boston Calling Music Festival hit City Hall Plaza over Memorial Day Weekend. Boston Calling's incredible lineup, high packed energy, and unforgetable atmosphere make it a stellar performance amongst other festivals
The Multicultual Motion Picture Association (MMPA) and American Society of Young Musicians (ASYM) will host the Birthday Bash in honor of Mr. Jarvee Hutcherson, President of the MMPA and National President of the ASYM on June 1, 2014 in Studio City