- Begin the article, claiming that Los Angeles Theatre is bad.
- Heavily suggest that the following ingredients of this one show, might "save" LA Theatre -
- Hollywood starlets (a number of whom are children of more established stars)
- film-based stories
- famous Hollywood director
- Close the article, by now claiming that Los Angeles Theatre is dead, but the show you just reviewed is not and might even establish people's careers (assuming they're an actor)
Sunday, April 13, 2014
Thursday, April 03, 2014
|(L–R) Roxanne Hart, Sharon Lawrence, Bruce Davison Photo by Michael Lamont|
It is 1960s Europe and Hugo has formed an image that has conformed to its standards. In this later point of his life, he is confronted with the fact that his actions have not been without consequences.
Friday, March 28, 2014
|From Left-to-Right: Michael Schneider (Moderator), Joel McHale, Jim Rash,|
Yvette Brown, Danny Pudi, Gillan Jacobs, Dan Harmon, and Chris McKenna
On Wednesday, March 26th the cast and producers of Community arrived to the Dolby Theatre for their unprecedented fifth appearance at Paleyfest.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
|The cast of "The Mindy Project" on-stage at the Dolby Theatre |
for Paleyfest 2014.
On Tuesday, March 25th the cast of The Mindy Project arrived at the Dolby Theatre for their second Paleyfest event. The event kicked off with scenes from the Paley Center archives featuring Mindy Kaling on Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Monday, March 24, 2014
|Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panel at Paleyfest:|
(Left to Right) Felicia Day (moderator), Jeph Loeb, Jeffrey Bell
Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet,
Ian de Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Jeb Whedon,
and Maurissa Tanchareon
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Paleyfest for my new favorite television show, Sleepy Hollow. It's one of those shows that is brilliantly written - funny while still keeping you on the edge of your seat with its twists and turns - and supported by an amazingly talented and diverse cast. But if you're reading this, I probably don't have to convince you that.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Emmylou Harris Again Teams with Vince Gill to Raise Funds for Country Music All for the Hall at Club Nokia
Back in September 2011, I wrote about how AEG LIVE in partnership with Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame, and under the leadership of Vince Gill, organized a fundraiser at Club Nokia, as a "guitar pull' branded as All for the Hall. It returned to LA Live on March 4, 2014, again with Vince Gill bringing long-time friend Emmylou Harris, and this time inviting Ann and Nancy Wilson (the sisters of Heart) and Jason Mraz, along with a surprise performance by Holly Williams, while also introducing rising Country star Camaron "Cam" Ochs. Prior to the fundraising concert were dinner and cocktails for those buying tables for either $10,000 or $25,000 on the Club Nokia floor, and also individual floor tickets for $1,000. In addition, two floors of upstairs reserved seating were available with tickets ranging from $50 to $125 that were filled to capacity., I had the chance to again interview Vince Gill and Emmy Lou Harris, and to also interview for the first time fundraising host Rita Wilson and guest artist Holly Williams (singing in the next picture). Each of the artists contributed their time in this seventh version of the All for the Hall fundraiser that has an objective now of raising operating reserve funds for a greatly expanded Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, and contributions are always appreciated..