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Limited Partnership Film Review - Poignant, Beautiful, Emotional

Limited Partnership Film Review - Poignant, Beautiful, Emotional Forced to choose between leaving the United States and leaving each other, Richard and Tony persevere as they are forced to endure humiliating tribulations and the vicissitudes of electoral politics.

Flim Flam - Houdini and the Hereafter

Flim Flam - Houdini and the Hereafter Harry Houdini is determined to prove that a beautiful and seductive psychic (championed by Arthur Conan Doyle) is a phony, until she appears to make contact with his beloved dead mother, and he must confront his own beliefs about life-after-death.

Dental Society Midwinter Meeting - A Comedy with Teeth

Dental Society Midwinter Meeting - A Comedy with Teeth Following a scandal of molar-sized proportions, the Chicago Dental Society has gathered to debate the future of Midwestern dentistry as they know it. But how can a group of upright dental professionals actually make a difference?

The Human Spirit - World Premiere

The Human Spirit - World Premiere The Human Spirit is a compelling, inspirational true story we can all relate to: loss, devastation, heartbreak... but it serves as a reminder of something that we can all achieve: recovery, replenishment, and making an impact on others.

Les Misérables - Voices Soft as Thunder

Les Misérables - Voices Soft as Thunder "Les Mis" -- "You can feel the energy. It’s the magic of theatre at work; no matter how well you might know the story, it’s always an extra thrill to experience it performed and live in a place where auto-tune and do-overs are far away"

Dances with Films 2014 - Druid Peak

Dances with Films 2014 - Druid Peak Druid Peak is a beautiful film, set against the scenic nature of the Yellowstone National Park, portraying a young man's transition from adolescence into manhood, while touching upon several timely topics

Dorian's Descent - Based On The Oscar Wilde Classic, It's The New Doma Theatre Success

Dorian's Descent - Based On The Oscar Wilde Classic, It's The New Doma Theatre Success Despite the language and occasional violence, it's a good refresher of the Wilde classic story

“Third Person” – Capsule Film Review

“Third Person” – Capsule Film Review 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,”

“The Love List” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Compelling Comedy

“The Love List” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Compelling Comedy 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

Stinky Cheese Man Theatre Review – This “Stinky Man” Brings Aromatic Joy to Kids and Adults

Stinky Cheese Man Theatre Review – This “Stinky Man” Brings Aromatic Joy to Kids and Adults SCR's theatrical program finale is a pure treat for audiences of all ages

HOLLYWOOD'S MAN ABOUT TOWN - MR JARVEE HUTCHERSON BIRTHDAY BASH

HOLLYWOOD'S MAN ABOUT TOWN - MR JARVEE HUTCHERSON BIRTHDAY BASH 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

“Educating Rita” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Scintillating Comedy

“Educating Rita” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Scintillating Comedy A Pygmalion-themed story about a brash, married twenty-six-year-old working-class Liverpool hairdresser, who desperately craves a higher education and expansion of intellect, horizons, and possibilities

LA Opera’s Streetcar - Turns Up The Heat, Loses The Sizzle

LA Opera’s Streetcar - Turns Up The Heat, Loses The Sizzle Tennessee Williams’ classic American drama, A Streetcar Named Desire, comes to life in an innovative reinterpretation composed by André Previn, with collaboration and performance by opera superstar Renee Fleming at the LA Opera.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Review - Emily Low is White Hot as Maggie

Cat  on a Hot Tin Roof Review - Emily Low is White Hot as Maggie Prepare to be Seduced by the Voluptuous Southern Seductress Emily Low, as Maggie The Cat, on a Hot Tin Roof

Annual Venice Family Clinic's Art Walk and Auctions 2014 Review

Annual Venice Family Clinic's Art Walk and Auctions 2014 Review Founded by artists and volunteers, the Venice Art Walk & Auctions held its 35th annual fundraiser for the Venice Family Clinic

Capsule Film Review – “Le Chef”

Capsule Film Review – “Le Chef” “Le Chef” is a delicious, starry-eyed food adventure that will keep you thoroughly entertained from the opening playful animated fruit and vegetables dancing to Nicola Piovani’s whimsical musical score

May 24th, bG Gallery Hosts Grand Opening at Bergamot Station!

May 24th, bG Gallery Hosts Grand Opening at Bergamot Station! bG Gallery hosts a grand opening exhibition entitled “Three-Winged Chrysalis” this Saturday, May 24th

Comedian Jordan Pease Performing at Inside Jokes Comedy Club on May 24

Comedian Jordan Pease Performing at Inside Jokes Comedy Club on May 24 Jordan Pease is a gay stand up comedian known for his bold comments and ventures. He will be performing at the Inside Jokes Comedy Club located in the Hollywood Chinese Theater on May 24th.

Bottle Rock Napa Valley - Transforming Napa Once Again

Bottle Rock Napa Valley - Transforming Napa Once Again With over 60 bands spread on four stages not to mention fine delicacies and wine that Napa Valley has to offer, it is no wonder why everyone is jet setting to Napa for BottleRock Music Festival which happens May 30th-June 1st

Tartuffe Theatre Review – A Darker “Tartuffe” Ruined by Its Own Excesses

Tartuffe Theatre Review – A Darker “Tartuffe” Ruined by Its Own Excesses  In an attempt to get to the dark underbelly of religious fanaticism, Director Dominique Serrand completely destroys SCR’s season finale by confusing satire with gratuitous shock clichés

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