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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Great American Trailer Park Musical’

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The venerable musical comedy returns to San Antonio in an enthusiastic production at the Cameo Theatre. Read More »

‘Cocktails and Camouflage’ Comedy Show Raises Money to Employ Veterans in Film and Television

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Comedy and screen stars unite to raise funds for veterans seeking entertainment careers. Read More »

Theater Review (Broadway): ‘Love Letters’ by A.R. Gurney, with Candice Bergen and Alan Alda

Candice Bergen and Alan Alda in 'Love Letters' by A.R. Gurney on Broadway

Love Letters may appear to be the old fashioned way of saying "I love you," but in this digital age where electronic surveillance is a given, letter writing may the only private way of expressing who we are to ourselves. Read More »

Theater Review (Off Broadway): ‘The Velvet Oratorio’ by Edward Einhorn & Henry Akona

(L to R): Anna Marie Sell and Andrea Gallo in The Velvet Oratorio. Photo by the production team.

'The Velvet Oratorio' is a celebration of The Velvet Revolution that took place in Czechoslovakia brought to the world stage by Vaclav Havel, the Civic Forum, students and the Czech people. It is enjoyable and humorous reminder of Havel's playful wit incorporating the complex and haunting music of a time of revolution, hope and lasting change. There is nothing more revelatory for us at this time to inspire us. Read More »

New York Botanical Gardens: ‘Holiday Train Show’

New York City bridge with a trolley beginning to cross on the left. The NYBG 'Holiday Train Show.' Photo by Carole Di Tosti

Everyone loves the trains. There are over 20 large-scale model railway trains and trolleys-American steam engines and streetcars from the late 1800s to modern freight and high-speed passenger trains. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): Ana Gasteyer and Seth Rudetsky at the Woodlawn

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The historic theater debuts a new series that showcases top Broadway stars in an evening of music, humor and casual conversation. Read More »

Interview: Lydia Look of Checkpoint Theatre’s ‘The Way We Go’

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'It’s essential to speak like an American if you are auditioning for an American role in an American show. [But] yes, I can do a Singapore accent. Once a Singaporean, always a Singaporean.' Read More »

Theater Review (Staten Island, NY): ‘West Side Story’ by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents at Harbor Lights Theater Company

Aléna Watters, Michael Graceffa and Company in Harbor Lights Theater Company's 'West Side Story,' photo by Bittenbyazebra

With Broadway-class talent and Jerome Robbins's original choreography, this is a production to please newbies and old hands alike. Read More »

Theater Review (Broadway): ‘Love Letters’ with Carol Burnett and Brian Dennehy

'Love Letters' starred Mia Farrow and Brian Dennehy from Photo from the 'Love Letters' website.

How do we communicate our love to others in a way that allows us to be real? Sometimes face-to-face talk messes things up. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Powerhouse,’ Bioplay About Raymond Scott by the Sinking Ship Ensemble

Tyler Bunch (Booby puppeteer), Erik Lochtefeld (Raymond Scott), and Eric Wright (Otter puppeteer) in 'Powerhouse' at the New Ohio Theatre

'Powerhouse' is a potent combination of inventive creativity and spot-on realization, with puppetry, dance, music, and a smashing cast. Read More »