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Theatre Review (Singapore): Annie at Marina Bay Sands

Annie's humor and dialogue may be dated, but its message of optimism and hope remains appealing to adults as well as kids. Read More »

Book Review: Words and Graphics: A Collection of Works by C.O.B.

Words and Graphics is an enjoyable and complex literary quilt of inspiring poems, dialogues, short stories, and observations. Read More »

Winter Holiday Fireside Moments: Interview with Ellen Byerrum

Ellen prefers hand-to-hand combat during the holidays. Read More »

Interview: Thanksgiving Memories with Author Ellen Byerrum

Recipe tip: Please don’t use the ghastly nonfat kind of evaporated milk! Read More »

Mark Consuelos signs on for Fox’s I Hate My Teenage Daughter

Mark Consuelos has inked a deal with the upcoming Fox series, I Hate My Teenage Daughter. Read More »

To Read or Not to Read

Is it ever a good idea to read a play you haven't seen yet? Read More »

Book Review: Richard Wilbur Translations of Molière’s Comedies

Should appeal to any theater lover who appreciates the classic masters, or anyone planning to take a theater class. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Our Fantasies Are Eating Us Alive! Presented by SANDRep

This play within a play is a hilarious romp from start to finish. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Lemon Andersen’s County of Kings

County of Kings sets a standard for the one-man show and for urban spoken word as a whole. Read More »

From the Green Room: The Ghost of Henry Fonda

The Hollywood icon's performance in On Golden Pond haunts an actor newly cast in the play. Read More »