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Theater Review (Seattle): ‘My Mañana Comes’ by Elizabeth Irwin at ArtsWest

Tyler Trerise (Peter), Joshua Chessin-Yudin (Whalid), Chris Rodriguez (Pepe) and Santino Garcia (Jorge). Photo by Michael Brunk /

Naturalism gives way to contrived plot mechanics in Elizabeth Irwin's play. Read More »

The Eternal Question: Is Originality Dead in Hollywood?


Is creativity on its deathbed in Hollywood? Is there nothing new under the pop-culture sun? Read More »

Interview with Vasudha Gangadharan of Temple of Fine Arts’ (Singapore) ‘Dharma Ashoka’ – A Transformative Journey


Funding for the Arts is a major issue not only for us, but generally in Singapore. Read More »

San Antonio Film Festival Movie Review: ‘The Doo Dah Man’ Directed by Claude Green


Shot mostly in Austin, 'The Doo Dah Man' centers on a silver-tongued prison escapee and and a young man trying to escape his unhappy home who form an unlikely alliance on the byways of Texas. Read More »

Hollywood Fringe Theater Reviews: ‘What Be G*d is Blessing’ and ‘The Legend of Bobby Darin’

Cliff Todd in 'The Legend of Bobby Darin'

Two different one-man shows covering two completely different topics have something in common: excellence in performance and craftsmanship. Read More »

Interview: Karolina Sivas Launches ‘Broken at Love’ Season Three Fundraiser

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'Broken at Love' has launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund a third season. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Friends of Eddie Coyle’ – The Criterion Collection

the friends of eddie coyle - the criterion collection 1973 blu-ray review blogcritics

These friendships last a lifetime. But just how long will that last? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Where They Found Her’ – a Mystery by Kimberly McCreight


In "Where They Found Her" by Kimberly McCreight, we are drawn into the world of a woman who's lost a child, following her on a risky path toward healing. Read More »

‘Nikki and Nora’ – Season Two of Groundbreaking Webseries


A playful, scintillating, sexy, yet moving series with layered characters that will keep you wanting more. Read More »

Theater Review (Westport, CT): ‘Intimate Apparel’ by Lynn Nottage at Westport Country Playhouse

Nikki E. Walker in Intimate Apparel. Photo by Carol Rosegg

Featuring compelling characters that have been perfectly cast, an ingenious set design by Allen Moyer, and solid direction by Mary B. Robinson, 'Intimate Apparel' is a pleasure to watch from start to finish. Read More »