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Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the world with adaptations on radio, TV and even a feature film. […]

Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

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Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the world with adaptations on radio, TV and even a feature film. […]

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Hollywood Won’t Change

Unless you have known someone who was very famous, it is difficult to explain just how much fame can change a person. When the right over the top personality

James Eckhouse: Lunch with a legend

Sometimes my work as a theatrical reviewer brings unexpected yet deeply pleasing perks.  One such incident just occurred. A few days ago I happened to review a shockingly powerful

‘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

Hollywood has gained the world, but lost its soul

It is classic utilitarianism that Harvey Weinstein would be sacrificed for the benefit of the many who still exploit and abuse women in Hollywood. It has been pointed out

Smoke signals: A response in the wake of Harvey Weinstein

Sexual assault is not something that should be a hot topic. It shouldn’t be trending, but the truth has reared its ugly head again, and now the public is

Donna Reed Show star Paul Petersen: Child actor now fights for children

Paul Petersen, Donna Reed, Carl Betz and Shelley Fabares from The Donna Reed Show. Paul Petersen, former child star, pop singer, novelist and spokesman, has worn many hats in a

Movies you should see this fall

Clowns, cards, criminals, courts – tennis and judiciary – and covert operations are being counted on to turn around a movie industry that is coming off one of its

Sacred Fools Theatre Company presents “Any Night” and it is not ordinary

As the show begins there are two players on stage. Their relationship is at best vague yet in some ways strong. There is some dancing and dialogue evolves as

Hollywood Health Hike gets booked

Ron Irwin has been holding his Hollywood Health Hike since 2015. This past April 30 — the anniversary of the 2012 “cardiac event” that changed his life — was

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