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Book Review: Seduction by M.J. Rose


A dark and mysterious past brings about a dangerous and spiritual journey for a young mythologist trying to find answers. Read More »

Seduction by M.J. Rose

The Past Is Not Dead! Read More »

Book Review: Les Misérables, Volume III by Victor Hugo

Cuts through language, culture, and time and speaks directly to the soul. Read More »

I’ll Believe It When I Read It: Les Misérables on Stage, Screen, and Page

A master writer creates a master novel. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Man Who Laughs – A Live Silent Film for the Stage

Based on an obscure Victor Hugo novel, this highly unusual production features live piano accompaniment, a brilliant live-marionette sequence, and free popcorn. Read More »

Les Miserables – The Best Movie I’ve Ever Seen

Les Miserables is storytelling greatness for those who can appreciate the achievement for what it is. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Les Misérables by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Cameron Mackintosh's new staging of the theater juggernaut returns to Seattle for a limited engagement. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Les Misérables at the Ahmanson Theatre

The 25th Anniversary Tour, scaled down from the big concert at O2, has a first-rate cast. Read More »