Articles by Beverly Cohn

Mark Ruffalo Interview - Thoughts on Acting, Directing, Family Life, & Stella Adler

Mark Ruffalo Interview - Thoughts on Acting, Directing, Family Life, & Stella Adler Mark Ruffalo is a compelling actor who rivets your eyes to the screen no matter what character he is playing

Interview with AnnaSophia Robb & Bethany Hamilton - AnnaSophia Robb & Bethany Hamilton Talk About Soul Surfer

Interview with AnnaSophia Robb & Bethany Hamilton - AnnaSophia Robb & Bethany Hamilton Talk About Soul Surfer Being an accomplished, competitive gymnast, as well as an award-winning dancer, might very easily have prepared her a bit for her role as Bethany Hamilton in “Soul Surfer,” the compelling true story of a teen surfer

Hoboken To Hollywood Theatre Review - A Journey Through the Great American Songbook,” is a Veritable Musical and Visual Treat

Hoboken To Hollywood Theatre Review - A Journey Through the Great American Songbook,” is a Veritable Musical and Visual Treat For lovers of Frank Sinatra, Big Band music, as well as a nostalgic glimpse into the earlier challenges of shooting a television show, Hoboken to Hollywood, billed as “A Journey Through the Great American Songbook,” is a veritable musical and visual treat

Break The Whip Review - An Evening of Sublime Theatre

Break The Whip Review - An Evening of Sublime Theatre For a unique, exciting theatrical experience, Tim Robbins’ Break The Whip, on stage at The Ivy Substation, is just the ticket

Dermot Mulroney Interview – Starring in the New Thriller “Inhale”

Dermot Mulroney Interview – Starring in the New Thriller “Inhale” Dermot Mulroney started his film career making movies for television in 1986 moving on to the big screen in 1988 playing Michael Alperin in Sunset, starring Bruce Willis as Tom Mix and James Garner as Wyatt Earp

A Moment With Helen Mirren & Sergio Peris-Mencheta

A Moment With Helen Mirren & Sergio Peris-Mencheta When Dame Helen Mirren walked into the pressroom, one was quite tempted to stand up and courtesy as she is undisputedly one of cinema’s most gifted actors and is most outspoken

Andy Garcia & Danny Pino – Interviewed about Talk About ACROSS THE LINE: The Exodus of Charlie Wright

Andy Garcia & Danny Pino – Interviewed about Talk About ACROSS THE LINE: The Exodus of Charlie Wright Andy Garcia is one of Hollywood’s most respected and talented actors having starred in an array of successful films

Andy Garcia Interview - Up Close And Personal

Andy Garcia Interview - Up Close And Personal The first time I saw Andy Garcia was in “The Untouchables” and I remember being mesmerized by the young actor who lit up the screen with his compelling presence

Malibu Grapes Review - A Fun Wine Tasting Tour

Malibu Grapes Review - A Fun Wine Tasting Tour Ask anyone about Malibu, California and they will probably mention that it’s the home of movie stars, beautiful beaches with golden haired surfers riding the Pacific Ocean waves, or the devastating mudslides or fires that endanger or destroy multi-million dollar homes

Interview with Wazuzu Executive Chef Jet Tila - Local Chef Cooks His Way To The Top

Interview with Wazuzu Executive Chef Jet Tila - Local Chef Cooks His Way To The Top Jet Tila is the Executive Chef of the beautiful Wazuzu restaurant at the Encore, Las Vegas, the signature resort in the Wynn collection. He is a rising star and expert in Pan-Asian cuisine. Your reporter recently sat down with this young, successful chef for an exclusive interview

The American Red Cross of Santa Monica 'Red Tie Affair' 2011 Honors the Humanitarian Spirit

The American Red Cross of Santa Monica 'Red Tie Affair' 2011 Honors the Humanitarian Spirit In what is clearly one of the most prominent social events of the season, The American Red Cross of Santa Monica held its annual, glittering Red Tie Affair on Saturday, April 9 at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel

Ed Harris Interview – A Hollywood Treasure

Ed Harris Interview – A Hollywood Treasure Ed Harris is recognized as one of the most gifted actors of our time. His body of work includes some of Hollywood’s most memorable films, three of which are on the American Film Institute’s “100 Most Inspiring Movies of All Times:” “A Beautiful Mind,”

Jim Sturgess Interview – Up Close and Personal

Jim Sturgess Interview – Up Close and Personal Jim Sturgess is a young British actor who has racked up credits on British television and cinema

Interview With Dennis Quaid - Up Close and Personal With Dennis Quaid

Interview With Dennis Quaid - Up Close and Personal With Dennis Quaid Dennis Quaid has the ‘right stuff’ and has been an award-winning film star for decades

Liv Tyler Interview - Up Close and Personal With Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler Interview - Up Close and Personal With Liv Tyler Liv Tyler is no stranger to the big screen having established herself as a talented actress as a half-elven maiden in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy that catapulted her into an international star

Rainn Wilson and Director James Gunn Interview - A "Super" Interview of Great Comedic Proportions

Rainn Wilson and Director James Gunn Interview - A "Super" Interview of Great Comedic Proportions Actor and comedian Rainn Wilson is primarily known for his role as Dwight, the paper salesman on the American version of “The Office” for which he was an Emmy nominee twice

Ellen Page Interview - A Moment with Ellen Page

Ellen Page Interview - A Moment with Ellen Page Born in Nova Scotia, Halifax, Ellen Page’s breakout role was in “Hard Candy,” a story about a young woman who entraps a pedophile and the physical and psychological damage she inflicts upon him

"33 Variations" Review at the Ahmanson - Miss Jane Fonda Graces the Ahmanson Stage in “33 Variations”

"33 Variations" Review at the Ahmanson - Miss Jane Fonda Graces the Ahmanson Stage in “33 Variations” There was something extra special about this particular opening night at the Ahmanson. The excitement was palpable as Hollywood stars, including the indomitable Cher, showed up to support one of America’s most accomplished actresses – Miss Jane Fonda

THEATRE REVIEW - The Break of Noon

THEATRE REVIEW - The Break of Noon Opening on the heels of the recent massacre in Tucson, Arizona, Neil LaBute’s “The Break of Noon” is especially timely as it shines a light on one man’s coping mechanism in the aftermath of the mass murder in his office resulting in the loss of 37 lives

Spirit Awards Review 2011 - On The Beach With Film Independent’s Spirit Awards

Spirit Awards Review 2011 - On The Beach With Film Independent’s Spirit Awards “Oklahoma where the wind comes sweeping down the plain…

…When the wind comes right behind the rain…”

Of course, these are lyrics from the wonderful musical “Oklahoma” and can easily be applied to the weather conditions greeting the 26th edition of Film Independent’s Spirit Awards

Arthur Miller’s “Broken Glass” Review - On Stage at the Pico Playhouse

Arthur Miller’s “Broken Glass” Review - On Stage at the Pico Playhouse In these times of two or three line Facebook postings, abbreviated Twitter tweets, fast foods, sitcoms that toss commercials in your face every fifteen minutes, and an expectation of instant gratification where we are instructed to “cut to the chase”

A Moment With Katharine Ross, Drake Hogestyn, and Diane Namm

A Moment With Katharine Ross, Drake Hogestyn, and Diane Namm Katharine Ross is one of America’s national treasures having acted in two of the most famous films ever made – “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” and “The Graduate,” from which the Simon & Garfunkel song “Mrs. Robinson” hit #1 on Billboard

The Boys Next Door Theater Review - An On Stage Revival at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse

The Boys Next Door Theater Review - An On Stage Revival at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse Tom Griffin’s poignant “The Boys Next Door,” a revival on stage at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse, is the story of four mentally challenged men who live together in a shared apartment and how they interact with the world around them

Los Angeles Irish Film Festival Review - Giggles, Laughs, and Tears

Los Angeles Irish Film Festival Review - Giggles, Laughs, and Tears The 3rd Annual Los Angeles Irish Film Festival, compiled by Lisa McLaughlin-Strassman and Juli C. Laselle, took place last weekend

Steve Stajich’s The Imp Theatre Review – Playing at The Fanatic Salon

Steve Stajich’s The Imp Theatre Review – Playing at The Fanatic Salon Steve Stajich’s The Imp, presented by Bigfoot and the Fanatic Salon in Culver City, not only hits the mark, but goes well beyond any inherent limitations

Pat Boone Interview - Up Close and Very Personal - 1 of 2

Pat Boone Interview - Up Close and Very Personal - 1 of 2 Whatever your musical tastes were back in the late 50s and early 60s, there’s no denying the extraordinary success of Pat Boone

Pat Boone Interview - Up Close and Very Personal - 2 of 2

Pat Boone Interview - Up Close and Very Personal - 2 of 2 This portion of the exclusive, deeply personal interview with the iconic Pat Boone focuses on his career and family challenges, as well as his future personal and professional plans

ALL MY SONS - Theatre Review

ALL MY SONS - Theatre Review Arthur Miller’s classic, All My Sons, at the Ruskin Group Theatre, is an intense story about a family caught up in living a big lie as a consequence of corporate greed

America Ferrera Interview - Ugly Betty Grows Up

America Ferrera Interview - Ugly Betty Grows Up America Ferrera has finally left Ugly Betty behind her and one could consider her work in The Dry Land as her most adult, dramatic acting job to date

Vincent Cassel Interview - An Inside Look at the Life and Times of a Notorious French Gangster

Vincent Cassel Interview - An Inside Look at the Life and Times of a Notorious French Gangster Vincent Cassel is a French actor who has appeared in over twenty-five films in France and the United States but he has not been a highly recognizable actor to American audiences

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