Big vocals & bright new superstars

In the Cookie Jar LeAnn Rimes  Since she tore onto dance floors with a little help from the boys of Thunderouss 2000 with her iconic...

“God of Carnage” at the Ritz Theatre

God of CarnageGod of Carnage is the Ritz Theatre Company's latest offering in this, their 30th season. Written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, it is a comedy set in modern day Brooklyn.

Jenny Kidd – Good to the last drop

Book cover of "Jenny Kidd""Jenny Kidd" by Laury A. Egan is the type of book that once you pick it up, you don't want to put it down. Jenny spends her autumn in Venice, and by doing so, she loses an illusion and gains a reality. This young, naive artist has the world at her feet, or so she thinks.

Britney Spears is performing in Atlantic City

Britney Spears coming to AC is almost like royalty making it’s way to the Garden State   Like Lady Gaga before her (and Cher later this...

“Turning Off the Morning News” is dark, absurd, and hilarious

Turning Off the Morning News at Princeton's McCarter Theatre Playwright Christopher Durang and the McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton have long had a fruitful relationship....

“Hooking up in the digital age” hits home

HBO’s Swiped: Hooking Up In The Digital Age shows how dating has become a game Written and produced by Nancy Jo Sales, Swiped: Hooking Up...

“Parched” is an unflinching look at dark realities in rural India

DVD cover "Parched" from Wolfe VideoLeena Yadav’s latest film Parched  is an unflinching look at the dark realities and momentary joys of women’s lives in rural North West India. In the opening of the file, Best friends, widowed Rani (Tannishtha Chatterjee) and Lajjo (Radhika Apte) take a bus to negotiate a wife for Rani’s son. This family adheres to the traditional ways.

An Emotional Meeting Robyn

"Meeting Robyn" book coverMeeting Robyn is the true story of a young mother and her son who have to deal with their pain and confusion over his sexual identify. Robert is haunted by his urge to be female and feels trapped in his male form, until he finds his true identity in Robyn. With no handbook or roadmap for these two to go by, they have to find a way. This is their brave and illuminating story.

“Bakersfield Mist” is an intense exploration of the nature of art

Stephen Sachs’ one-act play Bakersfield Mist is a gripping two-character work that deals with questions about art. What separates art from trash? Does a detached, intellectual...

“Seed Money” tells the legend of Chuck Holmes at Falcon Studios

His desire was to have “all things male,” and his goal was to represent grandeur in LGBT communities. His vehicle was uninhibited, unfiltered, pornography,...