On Sunday night, the Kirk Douglas Theatre welcomed the Coeurage Theatre Company production of “Failure: A Love Story”. Written by Philip Dawkins, the one-act play is the first of three in Center Theatre Group’s “Block Party”, a celebration of the LA theater scene.
As the events of the Turner Classic Movies 8th annual film festival strolled on, the abundance of appreciation for the pictures being honored and paid tribute to, were mounting on pedestals draped in ivory fascinations and cream colored ideals.
Last weekend brought forth what has become a time-honored tradition for die-hard horror fans: Monsterpalooza. Established in 2009, the horror themed convention is held every spring to serve as the ultimate gathering of all creatures, ghosts, and machete-wielding serial killers (all just in cosplay of course).
You could feel the love in the air last Friday morning in Hollywood during the second day of the 8th annual Turner Classic Movie Film Festival, when Carl and Rob Reiner, respectively, were commemorated for their myriad and vast array of contributive works to the film industry.
The weather in Los Angeles is perfect for a film festival. Don’t expect anything this time of year, but sunshine, clear skies, and balmy weather. In the realm of festivals, particularly the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival, one shouldn’t expect anything more than an exuberant experience. The line up of pictures and Hollywood celebrity this […]
On Wednesday April 5, the stage at Center Theatre Group’s Ahmanson Theatre was graced with a simple, yet spectacular production for the ages. This production of the popular Stephen Sondheim classic, “Into the Woods” was originally mounted by the critically acclaimed Fiasco Theatre Company in New York, where it was produced Off Broadway, winning the […]