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‘Show Pony’ will keep you laughing

It all begins in the boardroom of a large advertising agency in New York City. One by one women show up expecting to put the final touches on a major presentation to be presented the following Monday. A successful pitch […]

‘Show Pony’ will keep you laughing

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It all begins in the boardroom of a large advertising agency in New York City. One by one women show up expecting to put the final touches on a major presentation to be presented the following Monday. A successful pitch […]

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UK Underdog is a story of discovery

Steve Spiro grew up in the United Kingdom. He was raised in a modest household with his always cooking mother, his taxi driving father and his somewhat curmudgeon but

World premiere of ‘The Rescued’

Many people have had the experience of visiting an animal shelter where we discover many dogs and cats all to varying degrees wounded by a troubled life and currently

Gloria is here so don’t cross her

Written by playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Gloria debuted at the Vanguard Theatre, Off-Broadway, in May of 2015. By 2016 it became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for a Drama.

Protoje’s Penetrating Perspective

As much or more than any album in recent memory, in any genre, reggae star Protoje’s A Matter of Time— released at the end of June to universal critical acclaim —

Rick Estrin and the Nightcats are touring SoCal in October

Blues fans should be happy to hear Rick Estrin and the Nightcats have released a new recording, Groovin’ in Greaseland, out on Alligator Records. They will be especially happy

Time Stands Still: What’s really fair in love and war?

Sarah is an international news photographer nearly killed while on a recent assignment in a hot war zone. Beaten and bruised she is still alive and very happy to

Jennifer Garner is no Liam Neeson in ‘Peppermint’

2 out of 4 stars Jennifer Garner will never, ever be confused with Liam Neeson, no matter how many bad guys she kills, but that doesn’t matter she can’t try. In

Romeo and Juliet as you have never seen it before

Okay so you may have heard about the ill-fated love between the 16 year old boy, Romeo Montague and a 13 year old Juliet Capulet both from Verona, Italy

Operation Finale isn’t just another Holocaust movie

3.5 out of 4 stars Oscar Isaac has gone from killing Stormtroopers to taking down a more sinister foe: Adolf Eichmann, the mastermind behind the extermination of 10 million people,

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