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‘Poker Night’ Screens at the NY/LA International Film Festival

Poker Night, the first cinematic project from the partnership of local Los Angeles film and theatrical producers/writers, and Hollywood Fringe veterans Tom Cavanaugh (Inland Empress, Under The Jello Mold, The Shift) and Matt Ritchey (Angel's Flight, Martha Washington Killed A... Continue Reading →

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New FOREIGNER Musical: ‘Jukebox Hero’ To Premiere Summer 2018

Iconic British-American Rock Band FOREIGNER and Annerin Theatricals announced today the forthcoming release of Jukebox Hero, The Musical, as part of FOREIGNER’s 40th Anniversary celebration. Based on the screenplay written by the prolific writing duo, Dick Clement and Ian La... Continue Reading →

LineUp Announced For FEARnyc 2017

Featuring screenings of 30 new horror films, special appearances, and a tribute to horror icon George A. Romero FEARnyc, New York City's most terrifying horror film festival, has announced the lineup for the 2017 festival. Sponsored by Bloody Disgusting and... Continue Reading →

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Juggerknot’s Immersive Theatre in Miami’s Little Havana

Merging urban development and Miami history. "We're building relationships between developers and the artistic community, while highlighting Miami's up and coming neighborhoods. We want to give Miami audiences an opportunity to rediscover their city by telling stories in their historic... Continue Reading →

Sacred Fools Theatre Rebrands As ‘The Broadwater’

Press Release Sacred Fools Theater Company is delighted to announce its home will be renamed The Broadwater beginning with its 21st season. In 2015, when Patrick and Carlyn Duffy purchased the Elephant Stages building at the corner of Santa Monica... Continue Reading →

REDCAT Announces 15th Fall Season: Vital Artists at a Crucial Time

REDCAT, CalArts’ downtown center for contemporary arts, raises the stakes in 2017 with a bold international program of daring and provocative artists who confront the most vital issues of our time. Artists from around the world are using the REDCAT... Continue Reading →

Nudescapes: Private Dreams in Public Places

“These artworks not only wake us up to our own corporeality, but they also return us to the real world that we have forsaken for a digital one. Nu Som gives us back our neglected visible and physical world, our... Continue Reading →

The Wallis Announces 2017-18 Theater Season

Turn Me Loose, a timely tribute to legendary comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory, takes center stage this season as the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (The Wallis) presents some of the finest work from local, national... Continue Reading →

‘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 →

‘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 →

“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 →

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