Articles by Michelle Clay

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss A Four Letter Four Production and Frantic Redhead Productions present Diana Son's Stop Kiss - the story of a new friendship between Callie and Sara that over time turns into something more, with unexpected and tragic consequences

Bring It On: The Musical Theatre Review - Ditch the Pom-Poms and Catch The Groove!

Bring It On: The Musical Theatre Review - Ditch the Pom-Poms and Catch The Groove! The Tony® Award Winning creators of Next to Normal and Avenue Q bring their latest crowd-pleasing spectacular to Los Angeles. BRING IT ON - The Musical defies gravity and expectations

Under Fire: Journalists in Combat Film Review - A New Class of Warrior

Under Fire: Journalists in Combat Film Review - A New Class of Warrior Once upon a time, PRESS meant safe passage in a war zone. In 2011, it is a target. Martyn Burke's latest documentary examines the psychological cost of covering war

The Sons of Tennessee Williams Film Review - It Began at Mardi Gras

The Sons of Tennessee Williams Film Review - It Began at Mardi Gras THE SONS OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS tells the story of the gay men of New Orleans who created a vast culture of public “drag balls” that predates established gay liberation history in the U.S. by nearly ten years

Next Fall Theatre Review - The 2010 Tony Award Winner Comes to the Geffen

Next Fall Theatre Review - The 2010 Tony Award Winner Comes to the Geffen Adam and Luke seem like a case of opposites attract. But after Luke is involved in a critical accident, family and friends descend upon the couple and these longtime differences collide, forcing opposing views on faith and family into a stand-off

Weekend Film Review - A Masterpiece in Intimate Storytelling

Weekend Film Review - A Masterpiece in Intimate Storytelling NOW IN LIMITED RELEASE.The Latest film by Writer/Director/Editor Andrew Haigh is an intimate story of a meeting of souls, told with exceptional skill

The One Film Review - A Film by Caytha Jentis

The One Film Review - A Film by Caytha Jentis Hunky Daniel, engaged to the beautiful Jen, has a seemingly perfect life... but there is one temptation that may derail his plans: Tommy

Finding Me: Truth Film Review - So Much Drama

Finding Me: Truth Film Review - So Much Drama Director Roger S. Omeus, Jr.(Finding Me), takes us back to the friendships+love+relationships = DRAMA, of a group of tight knit group of African American friends: queer, straight and everything in-between

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Food & Family: So Much Fun!

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Food & Family: So Much Fun! There are two things no one can avoid in a modern society. No, not death and taxes - Food & Family

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Out Of This World

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Out Of This World Comedy is often about commitment beyond reason, where if you don't get committed, you will get a laugh

The Broad Humor Film Festival - An AWESOME DIY DAY in LA's Backyard

The Broad Humor Film Festival - An AWESOME DIY DAY in LA's Backyard The Broad Humor Film Festival DIY DAY – Amazing Workshops for Filmmakers of all Stripes

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Love & Marriage

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Love & Marriage Ten takes on romance in 80 minutes, promising to have you even more confused about love than when you arrived

Poor Behavior Theatre Review - A Couples' Weekend in Comic Chaos

Poor Behavior Theatre Review - A Couples' Weekend in Comic Chaos It began with a suggestion of a suspicion that led to an accusation

New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway Review - Show Tunes Rock!

New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway Review - Show Tunes Rock! Chris Isaacson Presents four fabulous fellas and one femme phenom for one unforgettable evening of Upright Cabaret with New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway

CREATING A PROFESSIONAL SOUNDING PROJECT WITH DR. FRED GINSBURG

CREATING A PROFESSIONAL SOUNDING PROJECT WITH DR. FRED GINSBURG Leading us on this sonic journey are two of Los Angeles’ most valuable sound resources: professor and world renowned production sound mixer, Fred Ginsburg, CAS, Ph.D. and author/ award-winning rerecording mixer,Woody Woodhall CAS

Gay Days @ DISNEYLAND RESORT, ANAHEIM

Gay Days @ DISNEYLAND RESORT, ANAHEIM CAROL CHANNING, DUSTIN LANCE BLACK, BRUCE VILANCH AND DOT MARIE JONES TO JOIN FRENCHIE DAVIS AND SUZANNE WESTENHOEFER AT 14th ANNUAL UNOFFICIAL GAY DAYS AT DISNEYLAND

Turistas Film Review - Official Selection of 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Turistas Film Review - Official Selection of 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival The 2009 LA Film Festival is in full swing with "Turistas", a charming Chilean entry into the International Showcase

Shorts Program 3 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Shorts Program 3 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival Shorts Program 3
Time: 100 min
Striving to prove themselves, a disgraced referee, a curious pair of Finns, a Latino immigrant and a young polygamist grow beyond their fears, inhibitions and skepticism.

Versus - LA's Newest Nightlife Experience Grand Opening Party

Versus - LA's Newest Nightlife Experience Grand Opening Party Los Angeles' Newest Mega Club "Versus" Presents Official Grand Opening Celebration

Shorts Program 2 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Shorts Program 2 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival Shorts Program 5
Short Film Competition
Running Time is 92 min
The experiences of adolescents are examined in this riveting collection of shorts. Some revel in their coming of age moment and some venture into situations that are too much to handle.

Meditations: Eva Hesse Theatre Review - An Artist's Journey Innerward and Beyond

Meditations: Eva Hesse Theatre Review - An Artist's Journey Innerward and Beyond In her new play, Meditations: Eva Hesse, Marcie Begleiter invites the audience into the hallowed space of an artist at work, both in the outer world and in the world of her mind

The Insidious Impact of Anton Theatre Review - Not a Romantic Comedy, Really

The Insidious Impact of Anton Theatre Review - Not a Romantic Comedy, Really From the folk who brought you "The Girl Who Would Be King", Absolute Theatre Company proudly present a heavenly new play by David Hilder, The Insidious Impact of Anton

DYSNOMIA THEATRE REVIEW - A Modern Family Comedy About Coming Out

DYSNOMIA THEATRE REVIEW - A Modern Family Comedy About Coming Out A married mom of two drops a bombshell by discovering she's gay in playwright Marja-Lewis Ryan's new domestic comedy, which follows the resulting shock and awe felt by her buttoned-down husband, delinquent teenage son, and seemingly-perfect daughter

Bash'd Theatre Review - Gay Rap Opera with Serious Attitude

Bash'd Theatre Review - Gay Rap Opera with Serious Attitude Celebration Theatre finishes out their groundbreaking 28th Season of LGBTQA Theatre with a melodious and irate Rap opera Bash'd

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production This 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables was a phenomenal night of theatre, Do not miss this show

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review OUTFEST 2008 has come and gone, but they Gay Themed flicks just keep on coming in Hollywood Independents Shorts Collection Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too

Serbis Film Review - A Surprising Collage of Despair and Imagery

Serbis Film Review - A Surprising Collage of Despair and Imagery Director Brillante Ma. Mendoza's latest film is a journey through beauty and despair: "Serbis"

Prayers For Bobby LifetimeTV Movie Review - Weaver Portrays a Religious Mom Turned Activist in a True Tale of Tolerance

Prayers For Bobby LifetimeTV Movie Review - Weaver Portrays a Religious Mom Turned Activist in a True Tale of Tolerance Veteran actress Sigourney Weaver lead a strong cast in the true story of Mary Griffith, the devoutly religious Mom of four, and how the loss of her son Bobby put her on the road to tolerance

Frost / Nixon Theatre Review - Art Imitating Politics

Frost / Nixon Theatre Review - Art Imitating Politics Author Peter Morgan makes a very successful debut into the realm of playwrighting with his new play Frost/Nixon

Lie With Me Theatre Review - Taking Family Dysfunction to a New Extreme

Lie With Me Theatre Review - Taking Family Dysfunction to a New Extreme In Lie With Me, Playwright Keith Bridges has crafted a truly disturbing tale is family dysfunction that manages to ring true on all the right notes

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