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Theater Review (Seattle): ‘A Room With a View’ at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Lucy Honeychurch (Laura Griffith) and George Emerson (Louis Hobson) in "A Room with a View." 
Photo by Tracy Martin

A valiant effort by the 5th to gussy up a lemon, but mostly to no avail. Read More »

Culture Review (NY): Ninth Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party – Governors Island

The Jazz Age Lawn Party is coming!

The Jazz Age Lawn Party will take place on June 14 and 15 and August 16 and 17. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Fat Pig’ by Neil LaBute


LaBute's examination of relationships and body image receives a solid revival at the Hudson Mainstage Theater in Hollywood. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Pamela Reed and R. Hamilton Wright in Seattle Repertory Theatre’s 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Photo: Alabastro Photography

Seattle Rep was established only a year after Albee’s play premiered in 1962, and yet their current production is the first time the theater has staged Virginia Woolf. Worth the wait? You bet. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Glass Chin’

Glass Chin Tribeca

'Glass Chin' enjoyed its World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival and was entered into the World Narrative competition. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘peddling’ by Harry Melling

Harry Melling stars in Peddling, part of Brits Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters. Photo by Bill Knight.

The one-time 'Harry Potter' actor emerges with a debut play of mesmerizing creativity. Read More »

CD Review: ‘Smith Tapes: I’m Not The Beatles: John & Yoko Interviews 1969-1972’

Smith Tapes John Yoko Smith

Five unedited interviews on eight discs; a goldmine for Beatles and John Lennon fans. Read More »

Software Review: Lightroom Mobile 1 for iPad

Adobe Lightroom Mobile 1 for iPad

Sync your photography work between your iPad and your desktop computer with ease. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Bethany’ at ACT Theatre

Emily Chisholm in 'Bethany.' Photo by Chris Bennion

It’s got a ripped-from-the-headlines storyline, but Laura Marks’ Bethany is anything but realistic, a fact that becomes increasingly clear as the play slides from something reasonably naturalistic into a fever-dream nightmare. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Premeditation’ by Evelina Fernández


1940s film noir and the war between the sexes are hilariously sent up in this well-mounted world premiere production at Los Angeles Theatre Center. Read More »