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Tempest Redux Review - A Smile for Shakespeare

Tempest Redux Review - A Smile for Shakespeare The familiar becomes refreshingly new as Prospero unleashes a sorcerer's tempest to draw his enemies' ship to his barren island exile and arranges for his innocent daughter Miranda to meet her first young virile male - while injecting music and dance

Headliner Concerts Review - Talent Showcase

Headliner Concerts Review - Talent Showcase Headliner Concerts is a world-class event that focuses on showcasing quality live entertainment from fresh, exceptional, up and coming talent.

Sur le Mur L.A "Where Street Meets Chic" Art Show and Benefit Review

Sur le Mur L.A "Where Street Meets Chic" Art Show and Benefit Review Sur le Mur L.A "Where Street Meets Chic" Art Show and Benefit Review - A Collection of LA's Most Intriguing Contemporary Fine Artists, Street Artists, and Fine Art Photographers

Roger Neal Presents: Oscar Viewing Dinner at the Famous Hollywood Museum

Roger Neal Presents: Oscar Viewing Dinner at the Famous Hollywood Museum Oscar Viewing Dinner at the World Famous Hollywood Museum with 80 stars from up-and-coming to iconic talent. A night of elegance, food, wine, awards, and fun.

Mercedes Benz USA and African-American Film Critics Association Viewing Party Recap - Celebrating The Academy Awards

Mercedes Benz USA and African-American Film Critics Association Viewing Party Recap - Celebrating The Academy Awards Celebrating the past year, the Academy Awards, reflect on celebrating the milestones and achievements over the previous year in film

Pocatello Review - Do Good Guys Finish Last?

Pocatello Review - Do Good Guys Finish Last? The tale of the ever-expanding corporatization of America and its impact on a sadly shrinking city in Idaho and the families who live there in these frustrating and challenging times

The Mystery of Love and Sex Review - Love, Sex, and Laughs

The Mystery of Love and Sex Review - Love, Sex, and Laughs A two-couple dialogue exploring the perennial questions of how to separate love and sex, a number of dichotomies are represented in four characters - age and experience vs. youth and experimentation, traditional vs. non-traditional, straight vs. gay

Stars Come out for Doris Bergman’s Eighth Annual Valentine Romance OSCAR Party

Stars Come out for Doris Bergman’s Eighth Annual Valentine Romance OSCAR Party The restaurant Fig and Olive was filled with celebrities and VIP’s on Thurs, February 18th, 2016 for Doris Bergman’s 8th Annual Valentine Romance Oscar Style Lounge and Party

Ben and Ara Film Review - Love is Blind

Ben and Ara Film Review - Love is Blind Ben Johnson is a struggling PhD candidate in the school of philosophy that is an aethiest and believes in polygamy and randomly runs into Ara, an African American Muslim woman and they hopelessly fall in love regardless of their differences

Doris Bergman’s 8th Annual Oscar Style Lounge Hosted By Fig & Olive

Doris Bergman’s 8th Annual Oscar Style Lounge Hosted By Fig & Olive On February 18th, the Beverly Hills hot spot FIG & OLIVE hosted Doris Bergman's 8th Annual Oscar STYLE Valentine's Lounge

Beverly Hills Haute Couture 2016 Oscar Viewing Party - The Tagylan Complex Marked the Spot for Haute Couture's 2016 Oscar Black Tie Gala

Beverly Hills Haute Couture 2016 Oscar Viewing Party -  The Tagylan Complex Marked the Spot for Haute Couture's 2016 Oscar Black Tie Gala Beverly Hills Haute Couture presented "2016 Oscars Black Tie Gala". Children Uniting Nations held the annual Oscar viewing Party at the Tagylan Complex 1201 Vine Street, Hollywood

Theater Review - The Blessing Of A Broken Heart – An Intense Story of Love and Grief

Theater Review - The Blessing Of A Broken Heart – An Intense Story of Love and Grief A story of grief, compassion and reaching beyond the darkness for people of all races, cultures and religions

Edgemar Center for the Arts Presents the Art of Jennifer Verge and Stephanie Visser, Sunday March 6th!

Edgemar Center for the Arts Presents the Art of Jennifer Verge and Stephanie Visser, Sunday March 6th! Two art exhibitions, "Believe in the Magic” and “Rhapsody in Blu” open at the Edgemar Center for the Arts on Sunday March 6th from 4-7pm.

A Director's Viewpoint - Gary Lee Reed on "The Andersonville Trial"

A Director's Viewpoint - Gary Lee Reed on "The Andersonville Trial" Director Gary Lee Reed offers his personal perspectives on his new play - as well as his family relationship to Civil War Confederacy general Robert E. Lee - and why plays about history are exciting when they study complex and conflicted characters

‘Broken Fences’ comedy and pain in the face of change

‘Broken Fences’ comedy and pain in the face of change When a young white couple move into the predominantly black community of Garfield Park on Chicago's west side, tumult, pain and a flood of uproarious humor erupts

The Mountaintop Review - The Hours Before Martin Luther King's Assassination

The Mountaintop Review - The Hours Before Martin Luther King's Assassination A gripping, intriguing tale of what might have happened during Martin Luther King's final hours on April 3, 1968, at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee - if magic were real

Closer Than Ever Review - The Music of Life

Closer Than Ever Review - The Music of Life Closer Than Ever memorializes the everyday details of ordinary life through lyrics designed to resonate with the audience and serve as reminders that the ordinary can become extraordinary - as each melody tells its own universal story

Bed Review - Sex Makes the World Go 'Round

Bed Review - Sex Makes the World Go 'Round The amusing and sometimes depressing tale of a zany woman who can only connect with another person sexually, yet feels unfulfilled and perpetually lonely, her partner in this "raft of trepidation," and his brother, the man who comes between them

'Hollywould' a farce about Hollywood

'Hollywould' a farce about Hollywood 'Hollywould' a farce about old time Hollywood set in 1930 and featuring mega star Greta Garbo

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder The Vietnam Draft Lottery was 1968's "Hunger Games"

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