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‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is an entertaining film

3 out of 4 stars Forty-one years – that’s how long it has taken Star Wars’ fans to get their questions about Han Solo answered since he was introduced in “Star Wars” in 1977. Why does he have a Wookiee […]

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ is an entertaining film

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3 out of 4 stars Forty-one years – that’s how long it has taken Star Wars’ fans to get their questions about Han Solo answered since he was introduced in “Star Wars” in 1977. Why does he have a Wookiee […]

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Violet is golden

In 1997 Violet with musical score by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by Brian Crawley opened off Broadway and won the New York Drama Critics Award for Best

Wood Boy encounters a Dog Fish for great entertainment in Burbank

On opening night the entire theatre inside and out was awash with a rich and alluring carnival sense. It very much set the tone for what was to come

SEX on the main stage will entertain you

Margy LaMont [Andrea Hutchman] is the best known most successful madam of the sex trade in Montreal, Canada. One of her best customers, a British Naval Officer, is in

Margot Kidder, star of the Superman film series, has passed away

Margaret Ruth Kidder, better known as Margot Kidder, passed away today at her home in Livingston, Montana. she was 69 years old. Kidder starred opposite Christopher Reeves in the Superman

Roller Derby comes to the Theatre of Note

For The Love of ... ( or, the Roller Derby Play) presents a large and all female cast with a wide range of life drama intertwined within and out

School of Rock shakes the Pantages

Two lifelong buddies, both former band members now have different lives, but are they really all that different? One became a school teacher and got married. The other has

Reel Hollywood, Part 1: Warner Brothers

It is estimated that well over 45 million people visit “Hollywood” each year; but how many of those 45 million people actually see the real deal? The fact is

Sierra Madre Playhouse looks at American anti-Semitism

It begins in the year 1909 in a place off the beaten track in the small town of Hamilton, Texas, population about 1,200. Then and there a stranger arrives,

Antaeus Theatre brings race to the stage with “Native Son”

I was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1945, just a few years after the time frame of the play Native Son but over the years I had many opportunities

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