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'The Great Comet' Tails Away But The Broadway Songbook Lives At Feinstein's / 54 Below

This weekend offers your last chance to see Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 in its wondrous Mimi Lien setting, elaborate and eccentric as a Fabergé egg, at the Imperial Theatre. 693 more words

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New York Review: The Old Friends, Signature Theatre

This review was originally published on A Younger Theatre. Click here to view it

Nestled in a Texan home that’s torn between the glamorous rebellion of 60s America and the conservative traditionalists of the previous generation, we find the characters of Horton Foote’s play The Old Friends. 812 more words

Theatre

Past Imperfect - #170

At first glance, this appears to be an image of the Muse that eventually inspired Stevie Nicks to go into her vagabond-gypsy/possible-witch musical phase. In reality, this is just a poignant study of a very sad woman who was unable to master the craft of Cat’s Cradle. 568 more words

Humor

[Last Film I Watched] Tender Mercies (1983)

Title: Tender Mercies
Year: 1983
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Drama, Music
Director: Bruce Beresford
Writer: Horton Foote
Music: George Dreyfus
Cinematography: Russell Boyd
Cast: 592 more words

Film Review

July 3: Happy Birthday Tom Cruise and Audra McDonald

Tom Cruise is turning 55 today.  If there is truly such a thing as an A-list in the film industry, Cruise is on it.  He began acting in his late teens in supporting parts in… 1,417 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Review: SPLIT (2016)

Much has been made about the 2016 thriller SPLIT and how it’s a “return to form” for director M. Night Shyamalan, who also wrote the screenplay. 388 more words

Entertainment

Movie Review - Split

Released January 20, 2017

Rated PG-13 (Disturbing Thematic Content, Violence, Some Language)

Directed, Written, and Produced by M. Night Shyamalan (Unbreakable, Signs)

Cinematography by Mike Gioulakis (John Dies at the End, It Follows) 1,032 more words

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