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Open Auditions at Barn Players

Audition dates set for the Barn production of RUMORS!


by Neil Simon
Directed by Bill Pelletier

Saturday, April 8, 2017 1pm – 5pm & 1,663 more words


Maggie's Plan (2016)

There’s an alternate universe where Noah Baumbach’s films, with their manicured Wes Anderson visual palette and ensemble casts of talented actors both early & late in their respective careers, are a populist hit. 881 more words


Movie Countdown: #49 – Baby Doll (1956)

Baby Doll: Excuse me, Mr. Vacarro, but I wouldn’t dream of eatin’ a nut that a man had cracked in his mouth.

Silva Vacarro: You’ve got many refinements. 260 more words

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Golden Years

Dir: John Miller, 2016


A sleeper of a British film, Golden Years flew under the radar and didn’t make any impact.

Bernard Hill and Virginia McKenna are Arthur and Martha, respectively. 190 more words

That Feeling When - January 12th

That feeling when you’re hopped up on cold medications to begin with, a ton short on sleep, but you’re trying to pull it together as you get cleaned up in the morning, dressed, and out the door and on the one hand you’re trying to do the normal morning routine but on the other hand your brain is already thinking about the meeting that you’re about to be late to so you put on that nice suit and shirt and tie and grab something to eat and your briefcase and you’re just reaching for the door when some teeny-tiny voice that’s been running your procedural checklist albeit a bit slowly in the back of your cerebellum says… 171 more words


Say Yes (1986)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 2 out of 10

4-Word Review: Marrying for the money.

Luke (Art Hindle) is set to receive a very large inheritance from his recently deceased grandfather (Jonathan Winters) who was the owner and founder of a prosperous toy company. 497 more words


Verdict - not an accidental death

Political satire – whether in theatre, on TV or any other traditional or digital media platform – although making ‘people laugh at dramatic things’, ultimately reflects and undoubtedly leaves ‘a sediment of anger’*. 892 more words