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Annie Get Your Gun Review - Irving Berlin's Wild West

Annie Get Your Gun Review - Irving Berlin's Wild West Annie Oakley's rise from simple backwoods girl to internationally famed sharpshooter - and her on-again, off-again relationship with the love of her life, sharpshooter Frank Butler - told in music and dance

Separate Tables Review - Alone in a Crowd

Separate Tables Review - Alone in a Crowd Perhaps the most difficult thing for lonely people to do is reach out to another: playwright Terence Rattigan has crafted a sensitive tale of clients at a residential hotel in England who are desperately trying to connect with someone else

Jersey Boys in LA Review - They're Back and Better than Ever

Jersey Boys in LA Review - They're Back and Better than Ever The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons hits the highs and lows of their career, but all the back stories play second fiddle to the real star of the play - the music that made them famous and continues to delight audiences 50 years later

Celebrate Memorial Day at The Clifton's Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s USO Shows

Celebrate Memorial Day at The Clifton's Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s USO Shows The Clifton’s Canteen - A Tribute to the 1940s Hollywood USO Shows is an exclusive event taking place Memorial Day weekend on May 28th and May 29th at 7 pm at Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles

The Sweetheart Deal Review - A Fight to the Finish

The Sweetheart Deal Review - A Fight to the Finish The story of the civil rights struggles the United Farm Workers encountered in the 1960's and 1970's as seen through the eyes of a pair of journalists who volunteer in the battle for fair treatment of farm workers.

Matthew Bourne's Early Adventures Review - Get Those Dancing Shoes On

Matthew Bourne's Early Adventures Review - Get Those Dancing Shoes On Bourne's early show-stoppers are a joy to the senses, a celebration of dance coupled with some engaging music, some unexpected humor, and even some "shockers" to audiences of the 1990's - so join in tapping your toes and chuckling with the dancers

Lucky Stiff Review - A Holiday to Die For

Lucky Stiff Review - A Holiday to Die For Harry complains about his dull, boring life until he becomes the heir to six million bucks; but the will is iron-clad and requires him to take his benefactor - propped in a wheelchair - on a week's jaunt to Monte Carlo - What could possibly go wrong?

Kiss Review - An Alternate Universe is Born

Kiss Review - An Alternate Universe is Born An unsettling, intriguing, existential study of the many facets of life and how they reflect off each other, KISS delves into the diverse ways people deal with living in Damascus, Syria, in 2015

Archduke Review - The Three Stooges Go to Sarajevo

Archduke Review - The Three Stooges Go to Sarajevo Three young men dying of tuberculosis are recruited for an assassination team by a zealot who hopes to overthrow the Austro-Hungarian Empire - the lads don't know and don't care about politics, but they do enjoy a good meal and a little luxury

Coheed and Cambria at Hollywood Palladium - Neverender GAIBSIV tour successfully lands in Los Angeles

Coheed and Cambria at Hollywood Palladium - Neverender GAIBSIV tour successfully lands in Los Angeles Revisiting their 2005 hit album Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness; Coheed and Cambria played a sold out Hollywood Palladium on Saturday, April 15, 2007

Renaissance Pleasure Faire Review – From Knights in Shining Armor to Naughty Wenches Galore

Renaissance Pleasure Faire Review – From Knights in Shining Armor to Naughty Wenches Galore The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire offers a weekend of fun, for adults and children alike, including plenty of Ale, Corsets, face paintings and making merry

Farragut North Review - Power and Pride

Farragut North Review - Power and Pride The perfect political spinmaster, Stephen Bellamy lives for success as he works to get his boss elected U.S. President - but then he receives an intriguing and provocative offer from the opposition's campaign manager which throw his world upside-down

Lord of the Underworld's Home for Unwed Mothers Review - A Slice of Shameful History

Lord of the Underworld's Home for Unwed Mothers Review - A Slice of Shameful History The complex tale of two women - one a pregnant teen who is sent to a home for unwed mothers in 1964, and the other the baby she delivers who is sent off for adoption despite her mother's objections - and what happens 25 years later

The Bay The Series Sweeps The Daytime Emmys

The Bay The Series Sweeps The Daytime Emmys Best Digital Drama Series on Amazon "The Bay" makes history and sweeps the Daytime Emmys!

Punk Rock Review - The Clock is Ticking

Punk Rock Review - The Clock is Ticking A study of "average" teenagers in an expensive private school, PUNK ROCK explores a variety of kids from the school bully to the quiet, lonely scholarship student - with sexuality soon rearing its head as overcharged hormones rage and tension builds

West Side Story Returns Review - Romeo and Juliet in The Big Apple

West Side Story Returns Review - Romeo and Juliet in The Big Apple WEST SIDE STORY returns, a technical triumph with a huge cast, lovely soaring voices, intricate dance numbers, and the iconic music of Leonard Bernstein with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim - Tony and Maria fall in love, and the gangs are still rumbling

Pure Confidence Review - A Race to the Finish

Pure Confidence Review - A Race to the Finish A Civil War drama about horse racing, race relations, love, and dignity, PURE CONFIDENCE transcends its time period and suggests that times change - but people remain pretty much the same - as cocky colored jockey Cato plots to gain his freedom

Experience Where Movies Are Made - The New AMC At Universal CityWalk

Experience Where Movies Are Made - The New AMC At Universal CityWalk In the mood for a luxury experience than check out the new Universal Cinema at CityWalk

Rules of Seconds Review - The Gentlemen's Code of Honor

Rules of Seconds Review - The Gentlemen's Code of Honor Set in Boston 1855, Martha Leeds must deal with the "Code Duello" when her gentle older son is challenged to a duel by rich, amoral Walter Brown after her son spills tea on Brown's favorite boots - hopefully with the aid of her dashing younger son

Farragut North - Director Cathy Linder's Notes

Farragut North - Director Cathy Linder's Notes Director Cathy Linder was interviewed about FARRAGUT NORTH, a play which takes place during a hotly contested Presidential primary and explores what goes on "behind the scenes" when everyone involved on both sides wants to win

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