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‘Redline’ is simply outstanding theatre

Every play, television show and movie begins in the imagination of one or more writers. The writer then must reduce his or her imagination to the printed word. Then it becomes the actor’s job, with the help of a director, […]

‘Redline’ is simply outstanding theatre

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Every play, television show and movie begins in the imagination of one or more writers. The writer then must reduce his or her imagination to the printed word. Then it becomes the actor’s job, with the help of a director, […]

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Black Uhuru: A bull session at the beach with Andrew Bees

Black Uhuru’s Duckie Simpson and Andrew Bees at the Moto Beach Classic, Orange County, California Anyone familiar with legendary, Grammy Award-winning reggae band Black Uhuru knows what reggae historian Roger

Theatre West presents the award-winning “The Face Behind the Face Behind the Face”

As I sat in my seat at the charming Theatre West watching the undeniably vastly talented award winning actor/singer Anthony Gruppuso take us on a wild ride through the

Actor’s Co-op presents Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The 39 Steps’

Award winning Actor’s Co-op Theatre Company has just launched its 26th season with Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, adapted by Patrick Barlow. Okay so say Alfred Hitchcock and what

“Master Class” is the best show in town

Master Class was written by acclaimed playwright and longtime friend of Garry Marshall, Terrence McNally. It was also one of Garry’s favorite plays and now it has become one

Tom Cruise flies high in “American Made”

3 out of 4 stars Welcome back, Tom Cruise. Moviegoers thought your career might be dead, not just cursed, in the box office flop The Mummy earlier this year. They wondered

Road Theatre Company presents “Stupid Kid”

The story actually begins 14 years before the current day when then young Chick Ford inexplicably stands up in court and pleads guilty to the murder of his girlfriend.

Vietnam series by Ken Burns is fair and balanced

Army soldiers fire an M-60 machinegun in the foreground and an M-16 rifle at rear. U.S. Army Combant Art Collection By Blaine Taylor For MarylandReporter.com The best description of this spectacular new

“Fixed” is a story of love that never had a chance

Wow! I couldn’t quite believe what I was seeing. It reached down deep within me and brought back powerful memories from over a half century ago and now here

American Assassin could be the next franchise

3 out of 4 stars Move over Ethan Hunt and James Bond: You've been replaced by a new top spy — Mitch Rapp. Rapp is younger, more good looking and after

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