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Oh Good God! (Plus Cats?)

Loyal visitors to this blog might remember the unforgettable classic Dog is God Spelled Backward. Well, it would seem David Evans has something to say about that with his riveting account of the Supreme Being communicating through the very same animal kicked out of the… 37 more words

LUCKY

Created & Directed by Henry Evans & Tommy McCarthy

Choreographed by Tyler Holoboski

Adding a dash of 21st Century hipster sensibility to the traditions of vaudeville and commedia dell'arte, Atlas Circus Company’s high-energy romp follows the misadventures of hapless young Everyman as he faces overwhelming obstacles in his quest for success and love in the big city.  Accompanied by composer David Evans at the piano, the troupe cavorts about the stage with stunning energy and a palpable joy, spinning everyday situations into farcical flights of giddy nonsensicality. 416 more words

Theater Reviews

Downton Abbey: series 4 episode 2

SPOILER WARNING: Plot points will be revealed in this episode-by-episode discussion of ITV period drama Downton Abbey.

Written by Julian Fellowes. Directed by David Evans. Originally broadcast: 29 September 2013, ITV. 719 more words

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Downton Abbey: series 4 episode 1

SPOILER WARNING: Plot points will be revealed in this episode-by-episode discussion of ITV period drama Downton Abbey.

Written by Julian Fellowes. Directed by David Evans. Originally broadcast: 22 September 2013, ITV. 1,007 more words

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Downton Abbey: series 3 episode 8

SPOILER WARNING: Plot points will be revealed in this episode-by-episode discussion of ITV period drama Downton Abbey.

Written by Julian Fellowes. Directed by David Evans. Originally broadcast: 4 November 2012, ITV. 912 more words

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Downton Abbey: series 3 episode 7

SPOILER WARNING: Plot points will be revealed in this episode-by-episode discussion of ITV period drama Downton Abbey.

Written by Julian Fellowes. Directed by David Evans. Originally broadcast: 28 October 2012, ITV. 911 more words

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Indivisible: Based on a True Story

As a writer, every movie that gets made is a dream come true. I believe stories have the power to change hearts and the world. 350 more words

Cheryl McKay