23 January 2020

 

Since 1984, the Quebec-based Cirque du Soleil entertainment organization has become best known for imaginatively combining death-defying acrobatics with storytelling to creatively dramatize themes, as circus-meets-theater with...

16 December 2019

 

Rogue Machine’s world premiere of Disposable Necessities contains plot points that could be dramatized in a Eugene O’Neill or Arthur Miller play about family and friend dynamics. But innovative playwright Neil McGowan...

14 December 2019

BOMBSHELL Film Review

 

Estranged Bedfellows: What the FOX is Going On?

 

By Ed Rampell

 

The star-studded anti-FOX News movie Bombshell is perfect for the #...

09 December 2019

The world premiere of Tim Alderson’s Salvage is a little gem. Musicals are often faced with the creative conundrum of how and why the characters move from talking to singing, but Salvage solves this naturally because it is...

07 December 2019

 

 

Writer/director Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire epitomizes the type of specialty cinema that makes a cineaste’s heart go pitter patter when it plays at a favorite art house. On the other hand,...

04 December 2019

[NOTE: This review may contain some plot spoilers.]

 

Anastasiya Miroshnichenko’s well-made, touching documentary Debut provides viewers with a...

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