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Can you believe we’re down to the top 8 already? Tonight’s episode is a tribute to the music of Michael Jackson. Long time viewers may recall that shortly after MJ’s death, Nigel shared that they had planned to do a tribute episode and the choreographers were already planning their routines, but the estate refused to give the rights. 1,446 more words

Mary Murphy

Dizzy Feet Foundation's Celebration of Dance 2014

Last Saturday, we hosted our friends from the Dizzy Feet Foundation for their annual fundraising gala – A Celebration of Dance.  It’s a star-studded event complete with a red carpet, amazing show, and a delightful post-show party with many of our favorite dancers and dance supporters in attendance.   128 more words

The Music Center

SYTYCD Top 18 perform

This one might have been one of my favorite episodes of this show ever. Between an excellent opening number, nine great dance routines, and an outstanding celebrity guest performance, I really enjoyed it, despite two of my favorites being eliminated so early, but we’ll get to that later. 1,371 more words

Mary Murphy

The Best of So You Think You Can Dance: Top 18

Mary may not have boarded the Hot Tamale Train last night, but there were still performances worthy of a Spicy Burrito Truck. Let’s take look.  205 more words


SYTYCD Recap: Top 20 Perform/ 2 Eliminated

After a great first performance show last week, I was excited to get to this one, and especially to see who their new partners would be. 1,700 more words

Mary Murphy

The Desperate Hours - 1955

My Review

—A Gangster Icon Returns One Last Time—

Your Bogie Film Fix:

Director: William Wyler

The Lowdown

Three men (Bogart, Dewey Martin, and Robert Middleton) escape prison and take an Indianapolis family hostage as they hijack their home. 1,304 more words

Humphrey Bogart

Top 20 Perform

The problem with this year’s top 20 group routine is that I already knew they would be hard pressed to top last year’s Tabitha and Napoleon one shot routine featuring Nigel, Mary, and many of our regular choreographers to Puttin’ on the Ritz. 1,370 more words

Mary Murphy