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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Shape of Something Squashed’ by Tom Noonan

L to R: Monique Vukovic and Grant James Varjas in The Shape of Something Squashed by Tom Nonnan, directed by Tom Nonnan at The Paradise Factory Theater. Photo by

What happens when a self-effacing "driver" shows up on the doorstep of a struggling theater company to be of service? Read More »

Theatre Interview with Actress Jessica Skerritt

Jessica Skerritt (center) as Clio/Kira in Village Theatre's Xanadu. Photo by Mark Kitaoka

Skerritt sips an iced tea, speaking congenially as if across the table from a friend, as opposed to some goony reporter she's never met. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Take Me Back’ by Emily Schwend

L to R: Boo Killebrew and James Kautz in Take Me Back by Emily Schwend, directed by Jay Stull at Walkerspace. Photo by Russ Rowland.

Bill is living at home with his diabetic mom. He feels frustrated as employment plans reach a dead end. But where else can he go and what else can he do? His mom needs him and he needs her. However, both are not inclined to admit it. Read More »

Review: Game of Thrones Dragon Egg Paperweight


Jewelry designer Olga Ganoudis offers a piece of House Targaryen for your home or office. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Daylight Precision’ by Douglas Lackey

Joel Stigliano in Daylight Precision by Douglas Lackey, directed by Alexander Harrington at Theater for the New City. Photo by Jonathan Slaff.

When fighting a war, should a country attempt to behave morally or should the approach be to overwhelm the enemy with such bloodshed that they can never get up again to fight? 'Daylight Precision' reveals the intelligence behind the two philosophical views held by generals during WWII which brought life and effected death on a massive scale. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘London Wall’ by John Van Druten

L to R: Jonathan Hogan and Elise Kibler in London Wall by John Van Druten at the Mint Theater until April 13th. Photo by Richard Termine

An insightful, disarming look at male-female relationships in the workplace. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Liliom’

Gerrard Lobo as Liliom and Morgan DeTogne as Julie in Beautiful Soup's 'Liliom'

The century-old play that inspired 'Carousel' gets a reverent New York revival, the first in decades. Read More »

App Review: Photofy


Not just another photo editor, this one goes beyond what your plain-jane offering can do. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Richard III’ at the Secret Theatre

Photo by Emily Lambert

A scathing production set in the London punk rock scene. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘A Steady Rain’ by Keith Huff


The Broadway hit makes its Los Angeles debut in an excellent production at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. Read More »