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Dance and sing with An American in Paris

It is the Tony Award winning stage version of the 1951 multiple Oscar winning film classic An American in Paris and it is nothing short of spectacular. Few moments in history could equal or exceed the overwhelming drama of that […]

Dance and sing with An American in Paris

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It is the Tony Award winning stage version of the 1951 multiple Oscar winning film classic An American in Paris and it is nothing short of spectacular. Few moments in history could equal or exceed the overwhelming drama of that […]

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The Snow Geese is a story about family

The story is set in November of 1917. Elizabeth Gaesling [played by Melissa Chalsma] is the recently widowed family matriarch. Her and other family members gather at their hunting

Fortunate Youth: Twenty minutes with frontman Dan Kelly

Fortunate Youth is a six-piece reggae band with roots in Hermosa Beach, California. Since 2009 it has toured heavily in the United States and overseas and its albums and individual

Rock-n-Roll legend Chuck Berry has died

The man who invented rock-n-roll guitar, who introduced rock-n-roll to the world in 1953 — one of the most covered rock-n-roll songwriters of all time (the Grateful Dead, Rolling

“A Wrinkle in Time” is for children of all ages

A Wrinkle in Time was first launched as a science fantasy novel in 1963. It was written by American writer Madeline L’Engle and was aimed at the children to

Dis-Inherit the Wind: Where science and spirituality meet

The show begins in a University lecture hall where Professor Bertram Cates is presenting an abundance of details about the biological and physical structure of the human body. Compelling

Robert Osborne, the face of TCM, has died

The genial and pleasant host of Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne, has passed away. He was 84. No cause of death has been released, but his ill health had

Stella! One man’s journey into acting

From the Spotlighters Theatre, to John Waters’ Movies, to Matt Porterfield’s Sollers Point. As a subscriber to Baltimore’s “Everyman Theatre,” I and others were given an opportunity, in March, 2016,

Table 19 is a wedding disaster

1.5 out of 4 stars Weddings are defined by two words: “I do.” But when it comes to seeing director Jeffrey Blitz’s marital flick Table 19, you’re better off saying “I

Oscar! Oscar! Who has the Oscar?

Well, that happened. We officially had a Kanye West moment at the Oscars, but the fault lies simply with negligence, not pride. The instant that Warren Beatty squinted and completed

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