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Upcoming Indie Films for August, 2015

Posted By Suzanne

BIG SKY, AMNESIAC, PRINCE OPEN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON AUGUST 14 Big Sky. Directed by Jorge Michel Grau. Written by Evan M. Weiner. Produced by Randy Manis, Christina Papagjika and Matthew Salloway. From Phase 4 Films. ...

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The Ghosts of Ma Barker - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Theatre Review by Harrison Held. Diana Kyle and Grant Garrison. Photo credit: Ricky Ryba I recently attended the exciting opening night of the new gangster/supernatural drama The Ghosts of Ma Barker written and directed by talented T.S. Devai at the ...

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The Great Divide- Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

A Review by Harrison Held. Adam Haas Hunter (l.), Brandon Bales, Kimberly Alexander, Richard Chaves. Behind couch: Mark McClain Wilson. Photo: Bren Coombs Opening night of the highly anticipated world premiere of The Great Divide by Tony nominee Lyle ...

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The Misanthrope - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Theatre Review by Suzanne Birrell. L to R_Michael Faulkner, Rebecca Lincoln, Christina Jacqueline Calph, Christopher Salazar. Photo by Garth Pillsbury The Classical Theatre lab production of The Misanthrope written by Moliere sometime around 1668 and ...

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Museum Day, Sept 26, 2015

Posted By Suzanne

SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES 11 th ANNUAL MUSEUM DAY LIVE! A Celebration of Culture, Science, History and Education Free Admission on September 26, 2015, with a Downloadable Museum Day Live! Ticket NEW YORK, NY (June 23, 2015) - Smithsonian ...

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All American Girl - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell All American Girl written by Wendy Graf, produced by InterACT Theatre Company and now playing at the Lounge Theatre is a must see. All American Girl is a brilliant script flawlessly acted. I tell you that before I tell you ...

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Les Miserables - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Review by Harrison Held Savannah Crafton, George Almond. Photo credit: Garth Pillsbury It was a pleasure to attend opening night of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables adapted for the stage by Jonathan Holloway and directed by Jed Alexander. This intense ...

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ArmaGAYddon

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Suzanne Birrell Michael Henry, Jamison Scala, Todd Risenmay & Gina Brown. Photo: Chuck Jones Second City in Hollywood celebrates over 50 years of cutting edge satiric revues and sketches with its latest hysterically witty musical ...

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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

As the Publisher of a magazine devoted to promoting the unique culture and lore of Hollywood, it's a pleasure to see the Palladium Residences project coming along. Not only will it provide badly needed new housing, but it will restore and celebrate ...

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From the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

We're heading into what promises to be another record-breaking visitor season. Hillside residents are still plagued with issues regarding people who want to get "up close and personal" to see the famed Hollywood Sign. So, if you're a visitor, please ...

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The Load-In - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell The Load-in is a light situation comedy following a band "loading in" a bar. The genius is in the location-location-location. The 3 Clubs Bar on Vine is the perfect venue. The show actually starts when you walk in the ...

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Alien vs. Musical - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

A Review by Bill Garry. The laughter starts the moment the first character steps on stage at "Alien vs. Musical," a clever mash-up of Broadway shows and Hollywood sci-fi now playing at the L.A. Fringe. That character (I won't tell you who) is just ...

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Green Day's American Idiot - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Green Day's American Idiot was in and of itself a highly successful album. Green Day's American Idiot the Rock Opera draws in the fans and does not disappoint. The story has a strong arc. Three friends go off on ...

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The Count of Monte Cristo: The Musical - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell. The Count of Monte Cristo: The Musical previewed at the Lounge Theatre on June 5 th. The book and Lyrics by Kelly D'Angelo and Music by Matt Dahan were ten years in the making. A rightfully excited Kelly D'Anglelo ...

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I See You Made an Effort - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

A review by Bill Garry. If you're a middle-aged, liberal, suburban mom, or you have one, you'll love Annabelle Gurwitch's one-woman comedy about the anxiety of turning 50. Bonus laughs if you know who Anna Quindlen is. Ms. Gurwitch tackles hormones ...

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Imagining Brad - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

A review by Harrison Held. Sarah Randall Hunt & Sirena Irwin Imagining Brad is a powerful, poignant & peculiar 80 minute 2 character play written by Academy Award nominated writer Peter Hedges ( About A Boy, Dan In Real Life, What's Eating ...

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A Little Bit of This and That

Posted By Susan Hornik

by Susan Hornik NEW AT EASTOWN: If you are looking for a way to wake up feeling amazing, head to Pressed Juicery Hollywood at 6201 Hollywood Blvd., in the new Eastwood Apartment Complex. Try an exciting morning of flavors perfect for the summer ...

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Den of Thieves - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

A review by Bill Garry Montana Roesch, Fletcher Day, Alexandra Lemus It's always a pleasure attending a show at the Stella Adler Academy. Classic shows with solid acting and skilled technical design - performed in front of enthusiastic young ...

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House of Yes - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell. The show started nine minutes late. The opening was stark and intense. I had approximately two minutes of uncertainty and then was hooked and fully engaged in The House Of Yes, a twisted and witty play by Wendy Macleod, ...

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Motown - the Musical -Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Julius Thomas III as Berry Gordy (center right) & Cast MOTOWN THE MUSICAL First National Tour (C) Joan Marcus, 2015 Motown, the Musical is a story of a man and his dreams, the history of a time, and a legacy of songs ...

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