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The Sunday Intertitle: Brown is the New Black

The brown intertitles are one of the many reasons to be skeptical of Mel Brooks’ SILENT MOVIE, his least-seen movie from his seventies run of hits. 561 more words



Buck Off Magazine had the pleasure in speaking with Shari Caplan, Director of The Theatre of Words & Music at The Salem Athenaeum and poet. Though her list of accomplishments hardly stop there! 1,961 more words
Creative Writing

While I'm on a Sondheim Kick, Here's a Quote for Artists of Any Kind

This quote is from the song “Move On” from the musical, Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim. It’s a beautiful song full of other lovely quotes for aspiring artists of any kind. 25 more words

Quotes, Words, & Phrases

No One Is Alone

Sometimes in life, we go looking for sad songs, a tangible excuse to cry. And sometimes, they come to us, unexpected but welcome.

I happened across a Disney film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s renowned play “Into The Woods”. 221 more words


Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre

I was privileged enough to see Gypsy with Imelda Staunton this past week at the Savoy Theatre in London’s West End. My gosh, it was a treat. 640 more words

Theatre Reviews

A Look Back: Annie

“Not Another Teen Movie” has a scene where the prom goers perform a impromptu synchronized number, and a bystander remarks on how amazing it is that so many people who attend his school appear to be professional dancers. 881 more words

Movie Reviews