Film and theatre

The perfect holiday gifts for the new world of work

Photo credit getty Recognizing and expressing appreciation for others is fun and makes us all feel good. As the end of the year approaches, you are probably thinking about gifts for your coworkers, your customers, your boss and your favorite supplier. But in the new, mostly virtual world of work, …

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Fox Theater reopens with Pretty Woman: The Musical, which is about 20 years too late

In 1990, acclaimed director and screenwriter Gary Marshall launched the career of then-ingenious Hollywood artist, Hollywood Julia Roberts, into orbit with the release of A pretty woman, the second highest grossing film of that year. She played Vivian Ward, a Hollywood prostitute who is hired by filthy rich businessman Edward …

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Omari Douglas: “After It’s a Sin, I realized that I was still supported for who I was” | Cabaret

ohhusband Douglas is a natural performer in the truest sense of the word. We meet in the rehearsal space, where he is preparing a new Cabaret production alongside Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne at the Playhouse Theater in London. Although we cut into his lunch break, the 27-year-old actor – …

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Review: ‘Dune’ remake of the epic sci-fi tease sequel

A futuristic feudal struggle for control of a desert planet rich in natural resources is at the heart of “Dune”, the second film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science fiction novel. Denis Villeneuve directed and co-wrote the epic drama with a political plot that sets up a sequel spanning the …

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Frameline Fall Showcase at the Castro Theater

Pete Buttigieg’s moving race for president in 2020, which transcended his status as a small town Midwestern mayor and openly gay candidate, has been captured in a new documentary, “Mayor Pete.” The film is scheduled to premiere at the Castro Theater as part of the Frameline Fall Showcase on Thursday …

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Historic Benson Theater Welcomes Guests Again

Echelle Childers has watched the transformation of the Benson Theater since joining the team as COO earlier this year. “None of it was here,” Childers said, gesturing to the seats in the theater, “I think everyone is going to be pretty surprised when they enter the building.” Childers noted that …

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California Theater in Berkeley will not reopen

The Bay Area film community mourns the loss of a 107-year-old cinema that closed for good last week. The California Theater in Berkeley, affectionately known by regulars as “the Cal,” has been closed since the early days of the pandemic, but former employees began to hear whispers in early October …

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Talk theater around the county

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special for village news The biggest event breaking out now is the 20th San Diego International Film Festival. It kicks off Thursday, October 14 with a gala evening at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park before and after the opening film “C’mon, C’mon”. The festival offers …

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Dance Visions NY presents dance / theater / poetry performance on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art, 10/16 – Entertainment

Morning Afternoon Evening, played at Cédarmère “Morning, Afternoon, Evening” is an in situ dance / theater piece, based on an original poem, written by the director / choreographer’s daughter, which depicts a journey along a river in the course of a day. . After a very successful premiere at the …

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Austin PLAYFEST to present theater companies in Austin, November 11-15

Austin Playhouse announces Austin Playfest, a collaborative virtual theater festival celebrating Austin’s creativity and resilience during the pandemic November 11-15, 2021. Featuring works from Austin Playhouse as well as other companies such as Deaf Austin Theater, Ground Floor Theater, Hyde Park Theater, Jarrott Productions, New Manifest Theater Company, Salvage Vanguard …

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2021 Alabama Theater Holiday Movie Series

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WBRC) – The 2021 Alabama Theater Holiday Film Series begins Friday, December 3. Tickets are on sale now through Ticketmaster. There are 1,500 tickets available for each movie and the cinema does not have any on sale at the door. Masks are recommended. To buy tickets Here is …

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A look at the 76-year history of the Woodlawn Theater in San Antonio, from the premieres of “National Velvet” and “Alamo” to Broadway musicals

Before the pandemic, passers-by often entered the Woodlawn Theater during the day, hoping to take a peek. “It’s one of my favorite things about working here,” said Christopher Rodriguez, executive and artistic director of Woodlawn, who has worked at the 76-year-old theater in the Deco District for nearly a decade. …

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Nostalgia is real at the Freep Film Festival opening night

On Wednesday night, on the opening night of the five-day Freep Film Festival, 800 moviegoers flocked to Detroit’s historic Redford Theater for a trip down memory lane. Director Aaron Schillinger has said the sold-out world premiere of “Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry Tale” will touch the hearts of the Detroiters. …

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Announcement of the initial program of the Montclair Film Festival; “Rocky Horror” returns to Montclair

Live interactive versions of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will return to Montclair on October 30th. (20th Century Fox Rocky Horror Picture Show Trailer) By DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI [email protected] Montclair Film has announced its initial lineup for the 10e Annual Montclair Film Festival – and the return of the “Rocky …

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Rethinking the cinema experience

We need to have a serious conversation about the stigma against cinema. Movies are typically 90 to 180 minutes or longer. They are much longer than other forms of entertainment that we interact with. It’s just too long not to discuss some aspect of what you’re watching. Far from being …

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tollywood Avijatrik set to have a UK premiere

Avijatrik has traveled all over the world and now everything is set to have its exclusive UK theatrical premiere in London, Birmingham and Manchester in September 2021 and in Berlin as well. The film directed by Subhrajit Mitra is part of the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), Birmingham Indian Film …

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St. Petersburg Freefall Theater announces 2021-22 season

After a year of providing safer ways to experience theater live, the Freefall Theater in St. Petersburg has announced its return to traditional programming with the 2021-22 season on the main stage. A new monthly subscription plan has been introduced. After an initial 12-month commitment period, subscribers have access to …

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Advocacy of cinemas: “Show films first in cinemas”

Much has changed in the movie world over the past two and a half years, the last time Hollywood movie theater owners and studio executives gathered in Las Vegas for CinemaCon, the cinema’s annual trade convention. Amid a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s festivities shouldn’t have the star power of …

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Take 5: Joel Friend, Paramount Theater

In this edition of Take Five, we’re joined by Joel Friend of the Paramount Theater in Aurora, Illinois, a beautiful 1,900-seat venue located in the western suburbs of Chicago. The Paramount Theater will be celebrating its 90th anniversary in September 2021. Located right in downtown Aurora, when the theater was …

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Pankaj Tripathi hails Ladakh’s first moving theater

Home ” Movies ” Film news » Pankaj Tripathi hails Ladakh’s first moving theater Leh, August 22 (SocialNews.XYZ) Actor Pankaj Tripathi shared his thoughts on installing an inflatable theater in Leh (Ladakh) by Picturetime Digiplex, a mobile digital cinema company. He said, “What a great initiative. Cinema is reaching people …

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Bijou Theater will present PIG | Community

While people may only know David Knell as “that guy” who starred in “that movie,” those who attend PIG’s screening at the Bijou Theater on Friday August 6 will have the opportunity to see the man. who played Chief Finway alongside Nicholas Cage. In the flesh. And they’re unlikely to …

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Paul Huntley obituary | Step

Patti LuPone’s second act wig for the 1979 Broadway production of Evita is a subtle testament to the skill of its creator, Paul Huntley. Unlike the generic brunette and big red LuPone wore in Eva’s first act, this one is specific to historic La Perón images: bleached blonde, combed tight, …

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Cape Cod Theater Project Announces Cast of ROADKILL

The Cape Cod Theater Project (CCTP) marks a milestone with the upcoming development of its 100th play, Roadkill or The Cottage on Mountain Lane by Brooklyn-based playwright Amy Evans. The play will be directed by Reginald L. Douglas, Associate Artistic Director of the Studio Theater in DC. This suspenseful four-person …

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Wig designer Paul Huntley dies at 88

Tony-honored wig master Paul Huntley has died at the age of 88 after a brief illness in London. His death was announced on July 9 in a Instagram Publish. Over a six-decade career that spanned over 200 Broadway shows, Mr. Huntley created the instantly recognizable hairstyles for Angela Lansbury in …

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