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The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

Director: Woody Allen

Starring: Mia Farrow, Jeff Daniels, Danny Aiello

Movies are, for me, the greatest form of escapism that there is. No matter what’s going on with my life or with the rest of the world, I can always sit down to a good movie, immerse myself in the world presented on the screen, and be totally at peace. 972 more words

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Rasheeda Speaking - why can't we all get along?

Theater can be pure entertainment, heavy drama, or both. Rasheeda Speaking falls into the latter category. Playwright Joel Drake Johnson takes a heavy topic, racism, sprinkles in liberal doses of humor, and as an audience we both think and laugh as we wonder about our own preconceived notions and why we all can’t get along. 298 more words

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Dianne Wiest & Zoe Lister Jones Join CBS Comedy Pilot 'Life In Pieces'

Dianne Wiest and Zoe Lister Jones are set to co-star opposite Colin Hanks and Betsy Brandt in Life in Pieces, CBS’ single-camera comedy pilot from 20th TV and… 150 more words

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Dianne Wiest & Zoe Lister Jones Join CBS Comedy Pilot 'Life In Pieces'

Dianne Wiest and Zoe Lister Jones have been cast in CBS’ comedy pilot “Life in Pieces,” Variety has learned.

Wiest and Jones join Colin Hanks… 175 more words

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All the Other Hers

Jaclyn (Tonya Pinkins) is kind of a pill.  An assistant in a surgeon’s office, she is condescending to patients, cruel to the mild-mannered office manager, Ileen (Dianne Wiest), insensitive to her Mexican neighbors (who she thinks should be deported), and constantly making suspicious claims about “toxins” in the air. 519 more words

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RASHEEDA SPEAKING

Written by Joel Drake Johnson
Directed by Cynthia Nixon

In today’s “post racial” climate, most of us don’t wear our biases on our sleeves. But underneath the veneer of positivity, people still stereotype and prejudge others. 639 more words

Off Broadway Review: 'Rasheeda Speaking,' Directed by Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon, a busy, bankable thesp who’s bagged Tony, Emmy, and Grammy Awards since appearing in her first film at age 12 and making her Broadway debut at 14, makes an assured directorial debut in the New Group’s  673 more words

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