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A Howard TV5 Invite to the Premier of "WONDER WOMAN"


Hello friends- you are cordially invited to the movie of the summer of 2017 –


For your chance to download passes to the advance screening of WONDER WOMAN on Wednesday, May 31 at 7pm at Bow Tie Palace in Hartford, click here: … 182 more words


A Million Little Peaces

The performing arts and conflict resolution

If the folks at (TITLE) for Dummies® or the Idiot’s Guide™ to (THIS THING) ever wrote a how-to guide on building a better world, certainly there’d be a chapter or two on the performing arts. 838 more words

Other Performing Arts

The Howard -Theater Review: "The Most Beautiful Room in New York"

Review: The Most Beautiful Room in New York
Theater: LongWharf
Critic: Howard Steven Frydman

“The Most Beautiful Room in New York” is an ultra sophisticated new musical about the steaming hot, heavily creamed, spicy and sweet, whirling dervish of the New York culinary Business- where chefs hunger for critical acclaim and Michelin 4 stars! 1,207 more words


Mike Faist getting Tony-nominated for Connor just reminds me of what a travesty it is/was that Aaron Tveit wasn’t for Gabe in Next to Normal… 11 more words


First Night On Stage

Last night, Thursday 18 April 2017 was the first night the cast of “The Maltese Duck) hit the Reedy Point Players stage in Delaware City, Delaware. 290 more words

First Rehearsal With Actors

The green room at the Reedy Point Players Theater isn’t green. It’s more of a storage area really. There are chairs, couches, and other assorted furniture from shows gone by. 259 more words

Yes, A World to Rediscover

THEATER REVIEW: Sunset Boulevard
Palace Theatre, New York, May 7, 2017

Making her return, as Norma Desmond defiantly crows, as a great star attempting her own ill-fated comeback, Glenn Close is following in the tradition of Broadway stars who’ve revived their characters for a new generation. 480 more words