The playwright explores the life and times of a colorful cast of characters who struggle with friendships, betrayal, unemployment, financial challenges, desperation, single parenting, and a host of topics with which these folks are dealing
Born in the Bronx, New York, Danny Arroyo has always had a knack for acting. In between football and reading the art of acting unknowingly grew on him as a career. Till this day, Danny Arroyo has acted with some of Hollywood's most elite actors
Every once in a while a production comes along that is sheer perfection. Noel Coward’s timeless “Private Lives,” on stage at the International City Theatre, at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, is one of those rare theatrical experiences
“The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity,” hit the Geffen Playhouse with a thunderous body slam, dazzling the senses with a profusion of sights, sounds, and crisp dialogue that could be described as brilliant prose poetry
To use a medical metaphor, The Los Angeles premiere of James Sherman’s comedy “The God of Isaac,” presented by the West Coast Jewish Theatre, could be described as “the operation was successful but the patient died.”
The Pier del Sol’s annual fundraiser for Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC,) the world’s largest sports organization offering year-round training programs, and competitions for individuals with intellectual disabilities
In an effort to set the record straight, writer-director Terry Jastrow researched that period and tried to interview people who were directly affected by her activities, including war veterans, most of whom refused to cooperate
Topher Grace’s foray into show business began at the ripe old age of 20 at which time he was a student at USC. He was cast in “That 70s Show” and thus embarked on the road to a successful acting career.
Estevez’s latest film is “The Way,” an inspirational, poignant film, beautifully written and directed, and stars Martin Sheen as Tom, an ophthalmologist who lives a very cushy, insulated California life
Anne Archer has been one of Hollywood’s favorite on-screen wives.She currently plays Jane Fonda in “Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion,” a play written and directed by Terry Jastrow, on stage at the Edgemar Center for the Arts
In Part 2 of this deeply personal interview, Sheen candidly discusses his spiritual re-awakening and the responsibilities it created. The following conversation was conducted in the Tavis Smiley Green Room and has been edited for print purposes
“Man On A Ledge,” directed by Asger Leth, this is a caper movie with lots of plot twists and turns. The cast includes Ed Harris, Edward Burns, Jamie Bell, Anthony Mackie, Titus Welliver, Genesis Rodriguez, and Kyra Sedgwick
Die hard New Yorker Edward Burns recently sat down with a select group of journalists to discuss, among other topics, his latest film, “Man On A Ledge,” a fun pop-corn caper film loaded with interesting twists and turns.
“Martha Marcy May Marlene,” is a compelling psychological thriller that mines the depths of the cult experience of a young woman played by Elizabeth Olsen, who gives a break out, “Oscar buzz” performance as the troubled Martha.
Kicking off the awards season, under the leadership of President Mirjana Van Blaricom, the International Press Academy held its 16th Annual Satellite Awards™ on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011 at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California
For those of you who remember Robert Redford’s stunning portrayal of the magical horse whisperer in “The Horse Whisperer,” it will be a special treat to meet Buck Brannaman, the gentleman cowboy on whom Redford’s character was based
“Superior Donuts,” a superb script written by Tracy Letts, takes place in a family donut shop located in a run-down part of Chicago. The owner is the equally run-down Arthur Przybyszewski, brilliantly portrayed by Gary Cole
The world premiere of David Wiener’s “Extraordinary Chambers,” on stage at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, is a stunning fictional drama, directed with great skill by Pam MacKinnon, about a couple who visit Cambodia
When the award-winning actor Ewan McGregor was a young boy of six, he watched wide-eyed with amazement the dazzling performance by Alec Guinness in the role of Ben ‘Obi-Wan’ Kenobi in “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope”