Theatre

26 May 19
Radio Summerhall Reviews

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival It is no wonder that in the 30th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival (EICF) such a magical piece of work as has been created by London theatre company Punchdrunk has pride of place with a special three week run. Making its Scottish debut, Punchdrunk brings their hour long show […]

26 May 19
Radio Summerhall Reviews

Royal Lyceum Theatre Company/Citizens Theatre We may sometimes think we are unshockable these days what with the seemingly constant images of violence, real and fictional, we see on tv, film, games and social media. Well let me assure you that plays still have the power to shock and Zinnie Harris’s adaptation of John Webster’s 1615 […]

26 May 19
L4LM

The String Cheese Incident played their first of three consecutive shows at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on Saturday. Following their headlining performance at DelFest on Friday, veteran jam band brought the musical energy up from Maryland to “The Cap” where they even treated their fans to a pair of bust out covers […]

26 May 19
Radio Summerhall Reviews

Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts Writer Morna Young has drawn on her own very personal experience of loss and bereavement growing up in a fishing community in Northeast Scotland to produce this, her first ever full length play. In 1989 when she was only five years old, her father Daniel “Donny” Young was lost at […]

26 May 19
Ticket News Source

CapitalCityTickets.com has MLB Baseball tickets for all New York Yankees games. The New York Yankees ended the 2018 MLB season with 100 wins however lost to the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS. The Yankees finished second in the American League East behind their archrival, the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees will be looking to […]

26 May 19
Silent Room

Marion Davies and William Randolph Hearst liked to travel. While their yearly summer sojourns to Europe were well documented, there’s no evidence that either of them ever went to Australia. And while a Davies film might take a few years to reach Down Under, reach it they did. Looking through Australian newspaper archives, it’s interesting […]

26 May 19
Steve Ricketts

DIARY OF A RETIRED RUGBY LEAGUE WRITER WEEK 8 2019 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 People hurry to work in up-town Hobart, as I seek out my morning coffee on the first full day of our Tasmanian holiday. Oh. How good is it, to be retired. A wild looking young bloke recounts a story about the police, […]

26 May 19
Elephanto

For this class only one movie was left for us to watch. It was a Malayalam movie and non of us knew that language and so we were not able to understand the movie in any sense. We tried finding the movie with subtitles but were unsuccessful in doing so. Instead we took help from […]

26 May 19
THE MUNRO REVIEW

[perfectpullquote align=”right” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]THEATER REVIEW[/perfectpullquote] [edgtf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#aa1217″ background_color=””]I[/edgtf_dropcaps] wanted to laugh uproariously through “The Government Inspector.” I didn’t. But I did get in some good chuckles. This energetic romp, which continues through Sunday, May 26, at California Arts Academy’s Severance Theatre, has some amusing individual performances and clever staging. But it […]

26 May 19
Susuzan

If life is defined by themes, I would say the past one year’s theme to my life would be “loss”; one of the most heartbreaking being the loss of my father in October last year. There were other losses, too, of a different kind, more than I thought I can withstand. As a result, in […]

26 May 19
KechThis Inc

The Urban’s new marketplace aims to highlight Overtown’s arts, entertainment, and culture. Visitors can explore Overtown’s rich cultural history by visiting sites such as the Lyric Theatre. But to see the neighborhood’s prosperous future, they can head to the Urban. A 58,000-square-foot open-air venue in the heart of Overtown, it’s ground zero for a new chapter […]

26 May 19

Actra, Uda, Caea Gmmq, Socan, Acap Bilingue / Bilingual Dawson Theatre Program Professional Singer Biography Biographie Resume Photo  CV Photo Theatre Director Chanteuse / Singer IMDb Awards -Winner of the Best Supporting Actress “CALPURNIA”-Toronto Theatre Critics Award -2018 Videos Audios ENGLISH Click droit pour télécharger / Right click to download FRANÇAIS Click droit pour télécharger / […]

26 May 19
everydaytrans

I have always been a person that does better when I know what’s happening next. I don’t have to know minute by minute, or even day by day, but I have an easier time living my life if I have some sense of what the next year or so holds. For most of my time […]

26 May 19
Packing For Crazy Town

More so than ever, I see the work as recognizing that every last thing, every experience doesn’t just happen for “a reason,” but it happens because I need it to happen, and I wrote the script.  And it doesn’t just count for  the trophy ceremonies, the high fives from bosses, angels singing, cookie dough and […]

26 May 19
Nappy News

At the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival in February, one couldn’t help but notice the striking new grand piano on the main stage, emblazoned with the name SHADD. When the many accomplished pianists that wee­­kend sat down to strike those keys, it was equally easy to spot their delight in the instrument.