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Oscars Watch 2017: The Less-Depressing Campaign: Best Supporting Actor and Actress

In recent years, if you’ve heard about the Supporting Categories, you’re most likely hearing about them in the context of Category Fraud.

So, a little history. 1,133 more words

Brandon Wagner

My 2016 Emmy Awards Predictions

The year-long campaign of production companies and TV shows comes to an end tomorrow. Game of Thrones and People v OJ  will surely rack up the trophies this after being this year’s the most nominated shows. 1,333 more words

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2017 Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actor

This post was updated November 7th

The Predicted Nominees (for now)

This is a relatively wide open category and there will plenty of room for last minute entries to factor in.  683 more words


The Recipients -- Helen and Morris Zoren World Theater Award 2015-2016

People ask, “How can you see 216 productions in a year?”

The answer is I would see more if time and cash flow allowed. Those two life-enriching commodities rarely arrive together. 4,111 more words

Theater Reviews

Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight" Screens At Telluride, Enters the Oscar Race

I’ve been thinking about Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight from the moment its gorgeous trailer premiered over the summer. I hadn’t heard anything about it before that, but the buzz around the film became inescapable after. 635 more words


Helen and Morris Zoren 2015-2016 World Theater Awards -- The Nominees

You will soon realize I did not see “Hamilton.”

It wasn’t for lack of trying.

I didn’t buy a ticket when the Broadway run went on sale because it never dawned on me, given history, that the theater, producer, or public relations firm would never answer my request to buy — that’s buy, as in purchase for ready cash– a house seat for a performance with the original cast. 740 more words

Theater Reviews

Best Supporting Actor - 1968

Official Nominations: Jack Albertson. Seymour Cassel. Daniel Massey. Jack Wilde. Gene Wilder.

A lot of unusual choices for performances this year, with Jack Albertson doing nothing out of the ordinary in the merely ordinary  236 more words