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‘Holy Celebration Batman!’ Adam West Day at Walla Walla

Walla Walla is celebrating the life of legendary actor Adam West, its favorite son on Tuesday, Sept. 19 — known the world over as Batman and later the voice of Mayor Adam West on the show The Family Guy —... Continue Reading →

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National Potato Day French Fry Addiction

Only 0.8% of Americans don't like French fries. Seriously.  We're addicted! For National Potato Day coming up on August 19, National Today asked 1,000 peeps about everyone's favorite carb. Consider this: Nearly 1 in 5 Americans say French fries reign... Continue Reading →

International City Theatre Announces 2018 Season

Hope and beauty in a hostile world. International City Theatre has announced its 2018 season of five plays at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, where ICT is the resident professional theater company. A musical, an American classic, two dramas... Continue Reading →

‘Marjorie Prime’ Hologram Becomes Real Today

Jon Hamm’s “Walter Prime” virtual character in the upcoming acclaimed film Marjorie Prime has become a reality today. Volumetric capture startup 8i announced that its Holo mobile augmented reality (AR) app has released a collection of Jon Hamm holograms to... Continue Reading →

(Sizzling) Hot Ticket This Week: Long Beach BBQ Festival

$7 Tickets for next weeks BBQ event! Leave your white T-shirts at home and get ready to indulge your cravings of BBQ meats and treats at the Long Beach BBQ Festival. BBQ pit-masters from all over the U.S. make their... Continue Reading →

Theatricum Announces 2017 Israel Baran Award Winner

Botanicum Seedlings, the development series for playwrights, now in it's 16th year at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, has announced the recipient of the 7th annual Izzy Award for new plays. The winning play, Still Life by Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich, was presented... Continue Reading →

IAMA Theatre Company 10th Groundbreaking 2017-18 Season

IAMA Theatre Company celebrates its tenth anniversary of developing and presenting new work with a season of world premieres in 2017-18. “With our 10th anniversary season, we return to our roots with three world premiere plays written by company members... Continue Reading →

$78,000 of Debt for a Harvard Theater Degree

The New York Times: What is a degree in theater really worth? If you asked L.A. resident Katirose Donohue who attended Harvard’s graduate theater program, she’d probably say, “more than a pretty penny”… except at Harvard you don’t actually get... Continue Reading →

Sierra Madre Playhouse 2017-18 Season Preview

Sierra Madre Playhouse is planning its programming through the end of 2018. Here’s what’s being considered , with dates subject to change: Its current musical, The Marvelous Wonderettes, is a big hit and is therefore extending through September 17! September... Continue Reading →

“Ballerinas and Cowboys” – Michael Gorman Solo Show Opens in L.A.

The Lurie Gallery in collaboration with Platform44 is exhibiting Michael Gorman's long awaited one-man show, Ballerinas and Cowboys, in its newest location in Beverly Hills. The exhibition opening is Saturday August 12th from 6 - 10pm and will continue until Saturday... Continue Reading →

Sensational Vegas Thrift That’s Not Hard To Find

Las Vegas native and former nude dresser for production shows on the Las Vegas Strip, H.G. McKinnis, is debuting her new novel, A Justified Bitch, officially releasing August 8, 2017.  But just before you dive in to solve her mystery... Continue Reading →

Antaeus Theatre Company’s ‘As You Like It’ Finds Its Groove

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Adam J. Smith's amped, hi-fi comedy of Touchstone, Abigail Marks' Celia and Tony Amendola's, Jacques turn around a lackluster commencement of one of Shakespeare's greatest comedies, for a thoroughly resonant and delightful finale... Continue Reading →

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