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Art Review: Canon’s PIXMA Pro City Senses

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Canon PIXMA's Pro City Senses is a unique experience that allows guests to see Seattle football in the Emerald City from an entirely new perspective. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

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The audience-participation stalwart gets an imaginative revisualization in its annual staging at the Woodlawn Theatre. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Kinky Boots’ at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Kyle Taylor Parker in the national tour of 'Kinky Boots.' Photo by Matthew Murphy.

Despite a lackluster book, it would take a real grouch to totally write off 'Kinky Boots.' Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Six Passionate Women’ by Mario Fratti

Six Passionate Women by Mario Fratti at Theater for the New City

This comedy inspired by Federico Fellini's filmmaking foibles and womanizing ways starts amusingly, but ultimately disappoints. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Gitanjali [I Feel the Earth Move]’ by The Necessary Stage

Harrison (left) in a dance segment.
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Despite a too-common plot, this entertaining play about an Indian Odissi dancer was well-acted and danced. Read More »

Theater Review (DC): ‘Evita’ at The Kennedy Center

CAROLINE BOWMAN (Eva); JOSH YOUNG (Che) & SEAN MacLAUGHLIN (Perón) in the National Tour of "EVITA" by TIM RICE and ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER; the Tony Award®-winning musical directed by MICHAEL GRANDAGE and choreographed by ROB ASHFORD; PHOTO CREDIT - Richard Termine; photo call: Tuesday, September 10, 2013; 1:00 PM at the Providence Performing Arts Center; Providence, Rhode Island; Photograph: © 2013 Richard Termine 
PHOTO CREDIT - Richard Termine

There’s just something about this score that doesn’t connect with me. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘The Pillowman’ by Martin McDonagh at SecondStory Repertory

Jalyn Green and Adam St. John in SecondStory Repertory's production of 'The Pillowman.' Photo by Michael Brunk / nwlens.com

“Riveting” and “engrossing” are easy adjectives to throw around in reviews, but here’s a production that truly earns them. Read More »

New York Film Festival World Premiere: ‘Gone Girl,’ Starring Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck in 'Gone Girl,' directed by David Fincher. World Premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival. Photo from the film.

'Gone Girl' is about Amy's disappearance: physical, spiritual and psychic. The question is did Nick ever really know her enough to inspire her to come back to him to clear his name? Read More »

New York Film Festival: ‘Maps to the Stars’

Robert Pattinson in 'Maps to the Stars,' directed by David Cronenberg. US premiere at the 52nd NYFF. Photo from the film.

Agatha is the catalyst who sets the heavens in motion back to her beginnings in this sometimes sardonic always intriguing and deep film by David Cronenberg. Read More »

New York Film Festival: ‘Heaven Knows What’

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"Heaven Knows What" is not an easy film, but it's important, making us uncomfortable in its unrelenting "in your face" examination addiction's darkness. Read More »