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Manson's Girls - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

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By James Bartlett Cast of Manson's Girls For decades the Manson name has fascinated the public, and so any story featuring him and his family will always garner some interest - though taking it to a musical place is something different. On entering ...

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McQueen - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Even if you don't know Alexander McQueen from Steve McQueen... or that other Steve McQueen... you will still be captivated by this emotionally wrenching and visually stunning biography of the doomed fashion designer. Think of it as ...

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The Most Massive Woman Wins - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

by Kathy Flynn The Most Massive Woman Wins is a short play that packs a powerful punch. Four women in the waiting room of a fat reduction/liposuction clinic flash back to what brought them there. All of them have reasons to be there, but are any of ...

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George Clooney Receives 2018 AFI Lifetime Achievement Award

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By Valerie Milano "When we get success, we are going to use it to make a difference."- -George Clooney to Laura Dern At the age of 57 George Clooney received yet another lifetime achievement award on the evening of Thursday, June 6th, 2018 at a black ...

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Cult of Love - Theatre Review

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By Bill Garry Graham Sibley, Tom Amandes, Keliher Walsh, Christine Woods, Christian Durso, Sarah Utterback, John Lavelle and Tina Huang Photo by Dean Cechvala There's a happy Christmas party just getting started at the Dahl's house in rural ...

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All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano, All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF is about neither sex nor sex addiction. It is about America, though, pitting three politically correct women against one tone-deaf man. What playwright/director Matt Morillo sets out to do is, in his ...

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Street Food Cinema's 7th Season Officially Kicks Off the Summer

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Street Food Cinema at Griffith Park Photo by Meg Taylor Street Food Cinema is the perfect setting either for a romantic date for two or a fun night out with the family. Celebrating its 7th year in Los Angeles, Street Food Cinema ...

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Director's Cut - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano A crowdfunded movie-within-a-movie about a crowdfunded movie-within-a-movie, Director's Cut is what stage magician Penn Jillette calls "cinematic sleight of hand." It's an apt description for this exercise in extreme meta. In a ...

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Sex - Theatre Revew

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By Harrison Held Kandace Lindsey Photo by Rich Hutchman Mae West's witty and imaginative play SEX was a huge hit on Broadway in 1926, and now almost 90 years later the feisty comedy is back for a fun 21st century revival. The play is well directed by ...

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Lena Hall at the Catalina Bar & Grill

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By Kathy Flynn Lena Hall, Tony-winning Broadway star and rock diva, brought her cabaret stylings to the Catalina Bar and Grill for the West Coast premiere of "Art of the Audition: From Falling Apart to Nailing the Part." Hall started the night off ...

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Forever Bound - Theatre Review

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By Terry Kate French Stewart in "Forever Bound" Photo by Kathy Flynn There is nothing like the suspense and heightened tension of experiencing the drama of a thriller played out before you in the theatre. That fact was brought home to me by the ...

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The Vagina Monologues at the Loft Ensemble in Sherman Oaks - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano "What Would Your Vagina Wear?" Still relevant. Still impactful. Always inclusive. The Vagina Monologues is back and as powerful as ever. The Vagina Monologues is a series of individual women's stories originally premiering ...

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ICE - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Do you want to experience our city's ethnic diversity and see where new cultural leadership is being developed? Then add the 24th Street Theatre to your L.A. itinerary. This non-profit company produces shows for family audiences that ...

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Meet the Playwrights: Stephanie Alison Walker (The Madres) and Michelle Kholos Brooks (Hostage)

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin Skylight Theatre has long believed that art can change the world. This season features plays by two breakout dramatists who have finally reached a point in their careers where they are making a living at their craft. Stephanie Alison ...

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Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast Gabby Douglas Goes Undercover on the Series Premiere of Celebrity Undercover Boss

Posted By Valerie Milano

UNDERCOVER BOSS: CELEBRITY EDITION By Valerie Milano Los Angeles, CA, 5/10/2018--" Imagine if your idol could walk a mile in your shoes, recognize your special ability and change your life forever? This is what you'll see this season on the celebrity ...

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PBS Brings Out Bombshell - The Hedy Lamarr Story

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano "My beauty is my curse."--Hedy Lamarr Hollywood's own Hedy Lamarr, once one of the world's most beautiful women, will be profiled on the new PBS segment of AMERICAN MASTERS in the first co-production with Susan Sarandon's new ...

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The Seagull - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Saoirse Ronan Classic plays turned into movies usually run the risk of coming out too much like an assignment for Freshman English. This new adaptation of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull runs the risk of coming out too much like an ...

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School of Rock - The Musical at the Hollywood Pantages - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn The cast of the School of Rock Tour. © Matthew Murphy. The kids are the stars of the show in this lightweight but fun musical featuring 14 new songs from Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. Dewey Finn is a loser. Overweight and underemployed and ...

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Bad Samaritan - Film Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn David Tennant as Cale Erendreich in Bad Samaritan Small-time thief Sean (Robert Sheehan) gets more than he bargains for when he breaks into Cale Erendreich's urban mansion in this taut, well-paced thriller from director Dean Devlin. ...

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Forever Flamenco "Reunion" - Theatre review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Fanny Ara Photo courtesy of the Fountain Theatre The Fountain, L.A.'s top 99-seat house, leads a double life. Besides original, provocative works of drama, the theater presents Flamenco dance programs at its intimate East Hollywood home ...

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