Articles by Meagan Sargent
Founded in 2005, Music for Relief (MFR) was created by the guys of Linkin Park. Composed of musicians, music industry professionals and fans
Laura Linney is no stranger to the stage and has racked up multiple impressive Broadway credits including Time Stands Still, Sight Unseen,The Crucible, Six Degrees of Separation, Uncle Vanya,Les Liaisons Dangereuses, andThe Seagull
Playwright Donald Margulies is a writer with issues to explore. In his play, SightUnseen,”presented by Wasatch Theatrical Ventures, he delves into questions of what constitutes art as well as the slippery slope of love, commitment, bigotry
Jack in the Box has been known for creating a variety of treats and eats at all times of the day. Throughout its later years they have even generated a healthier alternative menu. Well now, they are ever changing once again
Recently the Fifth Annual Lifestyle Bloggers National Conference (#LBNC15) was held in Downtown Los Angeles at the Maker City LA
Richard LaGravenese is one of those very successful Hollywood screenwriters who very rarely is recognizable by the general public.
Imagine a festival that delivers two different lineups over 37 acres and never missing a performance-sounds to good be true, right? Rock in Rio, a crafted music festival created by Robert Medina delivers just that-pure harmonical musical bliss.
LaGravenese’s latest film is The Last Five Years. Originally a musical written for the New York stage by Jason Robert Brown, LaGravenese adapted and directed the material for his screen version
Recently Home and Family invited LA Splash on set to get a behind the scenes look at where 'the magic happens'
Anyone of a “certain age,” will surely remember Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking rock musical, Jesus Christ Superstar that stormed Broadway’s Mark Hellinger Theatre
“Kitchen sink realism,” a style of theatre, as well as other art forms, popularized in Britain in the late 1950s and 1960s, illuminated the domestic challenges of every-day living of the working class
123 feature-length and 60 short films – selected from 12,166 submissions later, the 30th Sundance Film Festival has concluded
Dame Edna, that hasn’t been said over the past 60 years? Well, as luck would have it, this was my first experience with the Grand Dame of nuanced “nastiness”
GETT: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem is an award-winning film and Israel’s submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Hidden away in the hills covered with snow was the famous Beaulieu Vineyard (BV) event which took place at the St. Regis Hotel in Park City, Utah
EcoLuxe lounge was held at Cisero's Restaurant during the weekend of the 31st Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah
The Independent Filmmakers Lounge [Indielounge] was in full effect this year at the Sundance Film Festival. Located in the heart of all of the Sundance festivities at 710 Main
This year's Short Film program is comprised of 60 short films selected from 8,061 submissions. The Short Film jurors are: K.K. Barrett, Alia Shawkat and Autumn de Wilde
Creating the ultimate recharge station was Village at the Lift. Taking over Sundance Film Festival over the span of January 23-26th guests were able to pop in throughout the day to fuel up, warm up, or simply chill out
Adding the purr-fect touch to closing out Saturday night was "Catdance Film Festival", a charity forward driven event to celebrate cats on screen
After the weekend celebration was over the TR Suites transformed into an evening party, "Moose on the Loose"
Talent Resources had its suite at The Blue Iguana Restaurant in honor of Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah
Miss Salome Jens could be a poster girl for the wonderful, magical world of theatre. Trained at Northwestern University, she continued her acting technique studies with two famed New York teachers
Hershey Felder’s theatrical franchise of musical story telling with photos has made him famous for inhabiting such renowned composers, from Beethoven to Bach
Getting you ready for the big Golden Globes weekend was the Colgate Optic White Beauty Bar
Christopher Meloni cut his teeth on episodic television beginning with his breakout role on “NYPD Blue.” Following that series
After a restful night’s sleep, at the Leonardo Plaza Hotel we were up bright and early and walked across the courtyard to the building that housed an incredible breakfast buffet that literally was spread out over several rooms
Hershey Felder is back on stage at the Geffen Playhouse with the latest in his series of one-man shows in which he re-creates the life and times of famous composers through a biographical narrative
Although “All About Eve” is not in the same genre as Joe Orton’s scathing satire “What The Butler Saw,” there was one line spoken by Margo Channing
Part Two: Visiting Sacred Ancient Sites