If you like old-school creature features, this will be right up your alley! (Cue ghostly theremin sound effect!)
The art of love... has not been forgotten in David Ives’ period-ish comedy about people who are nuts about poetry. Ives’ play, THE METROMANIANCS, written in rhyming couplets, is a delightfully uproarious romp into the high style of comic poetic verse.
KING LIZ is a soft-side, digestible narrative of how an unprepared, young talent’s life can be utterly eviscerated by a cutthroat industry bank-rolling rankings, stats, and corporate sponsorships, and a media who profits much more from his downfall than his success.
Surprisingly, there is a lot more to unpack in AFTERGLOW than just, the gay lifestyle, open marriage, or sexual climax.
Ayano is a tough part to play. Female actor Kazumi Aihara's work holds up as best as she is allowed.
One day when Stanley is having his birthday party, two strangers arrive to turn everything into chaos at City Garage.