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A Touch of the Poet Review - The Rise of Romantic Pragmatism

A Touch of the Poet Review - The Rise of Romantic Pragmatism Irish Con Melody owns a seedy tavern just outside Boston but really lives inside his compelling memories of past glory as a student at Trinity College in Dublin and a decorated officer in Wellington's campaign against Napoleon - while quoting Byron

Reflections on "Everything In Between" - Writer Rebecca Stahl and Director John DiFusco

Reflections on "Everything In Between" - Writer Rebecca Stahl and Director John DiFusco In honor of Veteran's Day, this moving play premieres at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43, a legendary building combining a memorial and a clubhouse; playwright Stahl and director DiFusco share what led them to work on this unique project

Nightingale Plaza Review - Something to Write Home About

Nightingale Plaza Review - Something to Write Home About Los Angeles is no stranger to having the best nightlife scenes, and SBE's latest addition only amplifies it. Formerly home to Greystone Manor, Nightingale Plaza is the next step for elite Hollywood

Blood: Back by Popular Demand Review - Conspiracy Reaches to the Top

Blood: Back by Popular Demand Review - Conspiracy Reaches to the Top A stunning political thriller tells the tale of a massive conspiracy; when scientists discover that blood is a major vector of AIDS, tainted blood is withdrawn from the market - but then sold to foreign countries, including Japan, for a nice profit

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure Review - The Game is Still Afoot

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure Review - The Game is Still Afoot The world's greatest detective has decided to retire when the King of Bohemia approaches him on a small matter of blackmail; can Holmes turn his back on a case which may involve both his secret love and his perennial nemesis?

Lend Me a Tenor Review - Maybe Two?

Lend Me a Tenor Review - Maybe Two? A delightful tale of double entendre and mistaken identity, this play follows the adventures of Italian superstar opera tenor and lady-killer Tito, who gets more than he bargained for when he comes to Cleveland to sing "Othello"

Drag Queens Support Climb2Cure Fundraiser

Drag Queens Support Climb2Cure Fundraiser "Legendary Bingo" hosted a fundraiser for Climb2Cure, the new fundraising platform from The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) that involves several regional chapters climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2017

Sylvia Review - It's a Dog's Life

Sylvia Review - It's a Dog's Life A four-footed furry stray who hopes she has found the home of her dreams with mild-mannered Greg and his wife Kate, Sylvia is a pooch with panache - and the occasional cynical gaffe - so how can Greg resist as she twists him around her little paw

The Maxim Halloween Party Review - The Hottest Party of the Season

The Maxim Halloween Party Review - The Hottest Party of the Season Produced by Karma International guests headed to the annual Halloween Bash in their sexiest costumes for an evening of spook-tacular fun

Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A

Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A In honor of “Celebrate Forsythe” dancers of three world-class companies are saluting one of the world’s most innovative choreographers in a triple bill performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told "It’s Time” is about the enormity of life, the power of love, and the importance of acknowledging the contributions of all those who have contributed to making us who we are.

Gina Carey Films Completes Production on Faith-Based Feature Film "The Assumptions" - Female Filmmakers In The Spotlight

Gina Carey Films Completes Production on Faith-Based Feature Film "The Assumptions" - Female Filmmakers In The Spotlight Faith-based films like God’s Not Dead, Heaven Is For Real and Reconciliation proved to be huge box office hits. Gina Carey Films’ "The Assumptions" will warm your heart and renew your belief that there is still good in the world.

It's Time Review - You'll Know When

It's Time Review - You'll Know When Master monologist Paul Linke shares important moments in his life with humor and poignancy as he recounts being widowed at 38 with three very small children, a turning point in his life, and how love and hope worked together to create a healing

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts?

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts? Henry James classic novella, adapted into a two-actor play by Jeffrey Hatcher, keeps the audience guessing: What happened to the last governess? Why are the two young children so strange? Who are those two fleeting presences who look familiar?

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money "Larry the Liquidator" Garfinkle is in the middle of the hostile takeover of a company which employs 1200 workers and supports a small town; and the CEO turns to the attorney daughter of his secretary to try and stop him

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival Holocaust survivors Max and Lola retire and move to Florida as they run from haunting memories and their mentally unstable adult daughter - born after the war and named after Max's first daughter, who never survived the camps

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction A family-friendly, sort-of true story about the life and adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as told my himself), SHIPWRECKED follows this quirky hero through thick and thin - and dozens of characters played by his two exuberant sidekicks

Spindle City, the Lizzie Borden Musical Review - Murder and Mayhem in the Gay Nineties

Spindle City, the Lizzie Borden Musical Review - Murder and Mayhem in the Gay Nineties Lizzie Borden achieved notoriety in the 1890's for the celebrated axe murder of her father (40 whacks) and her mother (41) - really her stepmother; visit the Gay Nineties in Fall River, Massachusetts, and decide for yourself what really happened

Underneath Review - The Ramblings of a Corpse

Underneath Review - The Ramblings of a Corpse A stylistic and creative tale about a woman, now dead in her tomb, and her reflections about society and her life make this "Kafka meets YouTube" story intriguing and fascinating

Artist Charlie Patton Preview - Still Painting after All These Years!

Artist Charlie Patton Preview - Still Painting after All These Years! Upper West Restaurant presents “Visceral” Intuitive Abstraction, a solo exhibition by contemporary artist Charlie Patton. Come meet the artist at the opening reception on Sunday October 23rd from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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