Michelle Alexandria has been writing reviews for EclipseMagazine.com since 1997. Her reviews have been seen or quoted on many of the top entertainment and film websites on the Web. She's most famous for her infamous trio of reviews for "Lord of the Rings" and saying the series lacked a little thing called "believability." To this very day she avoids getting her picture taken for fear of LOTR fanboys recognizing her.
She was the one critic in the crowd who hated "Titanic" and laughed out loud in the theater when Jack died (although she has come around on Titanic, so there's hope). She walked out of "Magnolia" and "A.I." One of these days, she's going to collect every piece of hate mail for an entire year and put it into book form. In another life she has been a freelance Consumer Tech reporter for The Washington Post and United Press International.
Her first book, "Tell Us Who You Are - The EclipseMagazine.com Interviews," will be re-published this this summer with an iPad app coming soon.
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The Tony Award-winning rock musical hits Baltimore on a short one-week layover.
1927 Broadway Class Show Boat comes to The Kennedy Center in a lavish new production.
This uplifting, moving and sometimes hysterically funny play is about Martin Luther King, Jr's last night at the Lorraine Hotel.
This play about Mary Todd Lincoln and her seamstress makes you understand what was missing from the Hollywood blockbuster Lincoln.
This year’s version of Elements really is the best version yet. Is it worth an upgrade from last years version?
This show is for those who “hate” or “refuse” to see musicals, and for fans of music history.
This production's power moments are raw, unfiltered, and far outweighing some of the show’s pitfalls.
This celebration of a little-known piece of American history is a triumph.
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Fans of the Addams Family will love the new touring production currently in a multi-week run at The Kennedy Center.