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Golden Globe Winner Julianne Moore Talks Up ‘Still Alice': 22nd HIFF

Julianne Moore and Director of 'Still Alice,' Wash Westmoreland at the 22nd HIFF U.S. Premiere of the film...the Q & A. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

Golden Globe winner Julianne Moore speaks about the stunning 'Ask Alice' at the Hamptons Film Festival. Read More »

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 11 Tour Resumes January 22, 2015

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There are 15 stops on the second leg of the 'SYTYCD' Season 11 tour, with the season's top 10 finalists recreating fan-favorite routines plus original pieces created for the nationwide tour. Read More »

Seattle Theater Writers Announce Nominations for 2014 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards

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57 productions from 32 different Seattle theater companies have been recognized in Seattle Theater Writers' annual slate of award nominations. Read More »

Theater Review (DC): ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’

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The entire 2nd act was fun, lively, mostly upbeat, and the rousing closing number left a big smile on my face. I wished the entire show had this kind of spirit, spunk, and energy. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Goodbye to All That,’ Starring Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey

Paul Schneider and Ashley Hewitt in 'Goodbye to All That.' Photo from the film.

Playwright and screenwriter of 'Junebug,' the award winning Angus MacLachlan, has done it again with 'Goodbye to All That' Read More »

Billy Collins, Former Poet Laureate at the NY Botanical Gardens: ‘The Holiday Train Show’

Billy Collins reading "Winter," in Ross Hall at the NYBG during The Holiday Train Show. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

Children's screams of delight and laughter and adults "ahhhs" accompanied the beauty and splendor of the magnificent miniature recreations designed and staged amongst flowering plants and foliage. Read More »

Theater/Concert Review: ‘Rameau’s Nephew’ by Diderot, Presented by Salon/Sanctuary Concerts

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Salon/Sanctuary contextualizes ancient music for modern audiences, and while there are countless concerts in New York City every week, no one else does precisely this. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Dim Sum Dollies – The History of Singapore Part 2′

Mrs Soharto (Selena Tan), Indira Gandhi (Pam Oei) and Mrs Marcos (Denise Tan) reacting to Singapore's progress in 1981. 

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Outrageously funny, full of timely insights regarding the Singapore landscape, and delivered with the most pitch perfect comedic timing. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story’

Photo Credit - Luk Monsaert. Peter Pan and Wendy (Centre).

There are acrobats and pretty set pieces, along with gorgeous costumes, that will keep audiences entertained throughout the 2 hour show. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Flux Theatre’s ‘Once Upon a Bride There Was a Forest’ by Kristen Palmer

Arthur Aulisi and Rachael Hip-Flores in 'Once Upon a Bride There Was a Forest.' Photo credit Isaiah Tanenbaum

A modern-day adult fairy tale that's perfect for a dark and stormy night. Read More »