Sleep No More’s The Curse of the Mummy

New York City. Halloween. The possibilities are endless. This year, Sleep No More captured my attention. Following the Halloween performances of this year’s show, the hotel hosted an Egyptian-themed party called The Curse of the Mummy. Equipped with an open bar operated by beautifully toned, golden clad bartenders, The Curse of the Mummy didn’t have…

Late Night Short Films Screening

New York City short film makers unite. I am happy to announce I will be hosting The Late Night Short Films Screening at the Klimat Lounge in NYC Friday August 23 at 10pm. A great show being produced by The Set NYC and specifically Pim Shih. The show will be featuring: Comedian Gisele Noel from…

Rain’s New Crew Cracks Up Broadway Comedy

I don’t have to be convinced to spend a few hours listening to funny people, so when I was invited to Rain Pryor’s Funnier than Fiction last Friday, I grabbed my arm candy, publicist and all around awesome lady, Kate, and headed to Hell’s Kitchen. Thanks to Pryor’s debut lineup, I wasn’t disappointed. The first show produced by…

La Hija de Trappaccini- Modern day Romeo & Juliet

Welcome to the Garden – not that massive entertainment venue located next to Penn Station- Botanical Garden that is. In the Bronx? No go downtown- way downtown and shoot for the one in Brooklyn. It is a pleasure to introduce you a well crafted Opera created by Daniel Catan titled La Hija de Trappaccini –…

Culture Project Gala for Opening of Newly Named Lynn Redgrave Theater on 6/3

Culture Project is set to hold a commemorative gala and naming ceremony for its newly christened Lynn Redgrave Theater (formerly known as 45 Bleecker Street) on Monday June 3 at Stage 48 in honor of the late Ms. Redgrave.   Vanessa Redgrave, Liam Neeson and Ms. Redgrave’s three children Annabel Clark, Ben Clark and Pema Clark serve as Honorary Chairs of the Gala, at…

Alacrity Project PresentsThe Dinner Party

On May 19, 2013 at 4:00p.m., the lower east side-based theater company, Alacrity Project, will present, The Dinner Party, an original short play at the popular venue, Arlene’s Grocery. Written by Georgiana Avram and directed by Laura Hirshberg. A Monologue Jam comprised of various actors performing monologues and songs, will follow directly afterwards. The Dinner Party and…

Actors and Entertainment Party on 5/2

Do you like music? Acting? Comedy? Are you yourself an aspiring actor or actress? Then you have to attend The Actors and Entertainment Party on Thursday, May 2nd at 7pm. It’s a great place for up and coming actors and actresses to network with industry insiders and the event is being produced by The Set NYC.…

Curfew: A Moment In Time

Life is funny that way when we think we have everything figured out and then something happens causing our world to crumble into a dark existence. And as Winston Churchill says “if you are going through hell, keep going,” because there is always that silver lining at the end of the tunnel that magnifies that…

“Side Effects” Proves Successful Thriller

In a society so dependent on prescription drugs, side effects are a valid concern, as some can be almost equally as miserable as the original diagnosis. Scott Z. Burns aims to capture this issue in his Side Effects, starring Channing Tatum, Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones and the more recently debuted Rooney Mara. In Side Effects,…

Andrew Nemr and Friends

Andrew J. Nemr, protégé of Gregory Hines, and a leader in the tap dance world brings his one-man show, “Andrew J. Nemr and Friends” to New York City’s The Cutting Room, Thursday, April 18, 2013. Dubbed as “One of the hardest working tap dancers, today,” by the New Yorker, Andrew has worked with such luminaries as…

Review: Cinderella the Broadway Musical

Now on Broadway for the very first time, the Rodgers + Hammerstein romantic musical Cinderella will perform at the Broadway Theatre (1631 Broadway at 53rd St.) The celebrated musical RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA is not the “Disney version” to which you might be used to. It was originally written for television in 1957 by the…

Review: Human Resources

Last Tuesday night I had the honor of going to see a new Off-Broadway comedy with Ms. Shanna Gibbs, who, get this, doesn’t know who Phil Spector is. Crazy right? We’ll come back to this blasphemy in another article. Any who, we saw Kristen Niven’s Human Resources, a story about a group of four people…

Review: Off The Top Of Our Heads

I showed up a few minutes late to my first time watching Off The Top Of Our Heads as I needed to run around the corner to buy alcohol since it was bring your own and doing things sober is boring. As I walked in, Artistic and Managing Director Marc Adam Smith was just about…