Reasons to be Pretty, Neil LaBute’s first play to make it to the big stage on Broadway five years ago makes its explosive debut in Los Angeles at the Geffen Theatre under the direction of Randall Arney. Scenic Designer Takeshi Kata, with the help of Lighting Designer, Daniel Ionazzi, created the exceptional sets for this Tony-nominated work. And the superb monologues are back in.
Recently, while at my local bookstore, I stumbled upon Kim Stolz’s Unfriending My Ex (Scribner, 2014) -- a particularly relevant read given our hyper-connected, social media-centric times. Last week, I had the opportunity to speak with Stolz...
The 45th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Championship - aka The Main Event – is down to its final nine players from a field of 6,683 and will resume play on November 10 at the Rio
Project by Project hosted the fashionable Plate by Plate Tasting Benefit, and the young Asian professional group and showed what they’ve learned in the 12 years of producing it at the Petersen Automotive Museum this week.
Celebrity magician Murray Sawchuck is devoting his Tuesday, August 5 at 4 p.m. show to the dogs. The Tropicana headliner is holding his second annual Beggin' for Magic! Charity Show to benefit the Friends for Life Humane Society
"Into The Storm" is coming to US theaters this Friday August 8th, 2014 and in the UK August 20th. "Into the Storm" focuses on a group of high school students who have to deal with an unprecedented number of tornados over the course of a single day.
While Italian music plays in the background, the scene is set in a delightful picturesque setting of a Tuscany cottage backyard, complete with a lemon tree and rustic table with chairs and bench. Relatives have arrived to visit ailing Uncle Luigi.
The Gamester is a clever modernized version of a play set in the 18th century Paris, France, and is brilliantly done in rhyming couplets. You’ll find yourself laughing all the way through a performance that has many unpredictable twists and turns!