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  • Cameron Lewis, Brittany Hammond and Brandon Davidson in Singin' In The Rain
    San Diego Musical Theatre Tackles “Singing In The Rain” Under Sun Drenched Sky’s
    San Diego, CA---No one can accuse San Diego Musical Theatre of staging just oft seen musicals. “Singin' In The Rain” based on the 1952 MGM Film of the same name with screen play and adaptation by Betty Comden and Adolph Green and...
  • Stratford Festival's Hamlet
    Stratford Festival's 'Hamlet' not quite nuanced and balanced enough
    The question of whether tis nobler to raise expectations for opening night at the Stratford Festival or to keep an open mind is a tricky one. Matters aren't helped further when the play in question is "Hamlet", one of the most oft...
  • Hollywood on Stage
    Hollywood on Stage, A Critical Review
    Earlier today I put the following press release out to the broad media. Now I want to share the contents with my many readers here at the Examiner.com. I am now into my sixth year writing for the Examiner.com and it has been a beautiful experience...
  • Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea
    'Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea' a thought-provoking piece at CPT
    Have you ever had a dream so incredibly vivid, that you could’ve sworn it was real, or that it was a sign? Cleveland Public Theatre delves into the meaning of one’s past and the search for oneself in the twisty, thoughtful &ldquo...
  • Don Nigro's "Lost Generation" at The Sherry Theater a bawdy look at Genius
    Don Nigro's "Lost Generation" at The Sherry Theater a bawdy look at Genius
    Don Nigro's "Lost Generation" playing at The Sherry Theater in North Hollywood through June 7, 2015 by the Collaborative Artists Ensemble. is the story of three of America's literary icons from the turn of the last Century,...
  • Melissa Fernandes and Andrew Oswald in The Whale at Cygnet Theatre in Old Town
    Cygnet’s “The Whale” Delivers Food For Thought
    San Diego, CA---If five hundred plus pound Charlie, the central character in playwright Samuel D. Hunter’s evocative play, “The Whale” now in a captivating and riveting production at Cygnet Theatre, ever made it into my Weight...
  • "Heathers" is very very
    OMG Diary: Cult Film "Heathers" Kills It As Live Musical
    Dear Diary,Well f me gently with a chainsaw, as "Heathers," the musical based upon the 1988 cult film, is oh-my-God playing in San Francisco through June 13.Yes diary, the story of Veronica and JD who plot murders to end the cliques in...
  • Jeeves Intervenes opens at Taproot Theatre
    Wodehouse’s slang brightens Taproot comedy
    Britain’s very brightest gentleman’s gentleman returns to Taproot Theatre in “Jeeves Intervenes.” Based on P.G. Wodehouse’s daffy series of stories about the unflappable Jeeves and his master, the often befuddled...
  • Audiences can enjoy an array of adaptations
    Audiences can enjoy an array of adaptations
    “I sawDoubton Broadway in its premiere and loved it,” says Michael Halberstam, artistic director of Writers Theatre which is currently staging the play through July 19 at Glencoe Union Church on 263 Park Avenue.“However, when a...
  •  Hudson Theatre Ensemble
    'The Elves and the Shoemaker' a funny and zany musical
    Children's theatre treat from Hudson Theatre Ensemble in Hoboken: “The Elves and the Shoemaker” a funny & zany musical directed by Howard Richman. The show runs about 40 minutes. The venue is the Hudson School Performance Space...
  • Serial killer reveals disturbing mind-set in 'Down the Road'
    Serial killer reveals disturbing mind-set in 'Down the Road'
    A dark drama about a serial killer and a pair of writers interviewing him for a book presents an unnerving play, by Lee Blessing, “Down the Road,” that takes the audience inside the psyche of the animal-instinct mind of a death row...
  • Dancing to the Reggae Beat
    From Trenchtown Jamaica to Baltimore Maryland
    It looks as though, ousted Mayor, Sheila Dixon, may try at regaining her post, at the upcoming Baltimore mayoral elections, April 2016. What would that mean to compete with current mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake? With Blake's popularity...
  • "Accomplice"
    Keeps You Guessing in "Accomplice"
    CLEVER, ZANY “ACCOMPLICE”AT THE THEATRE WITH AUDREY LINDENOne word for Rupert Holmes’ murder mystery, “Accomplice” at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills would be “inventive”. And, I’d say it was very...
  • Actress Jenn Robinson has a mind for science, excels in acting
    Actress Jenn Robinson has a mind for science, excels in acting
    Not all artistic people are merely artistic. Some are multi-faceted in their abilities. Leonardo da Vinci was an inventor and artist. Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr co-invented a radio frequency hopping protocol during the Second World War, which is...
  • Brandon Davidson
    Brandon Davidson brings some singin and dancin in the rain to San Diego!
    San Diego Native Brandon Davis is back in town to being us some good old fashioned entertainment and a chance to see some rain in San Diego! San Diego Musical Theatre brings “Singin’ in the Rain” to the Speckels Theatre stage...
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