ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

THIS IS ANDRA DAY By Sandra Castillo

  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATESTSign-up for free to be in the know of new content, giveaways & more. I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.   There is a photograph of Stevie Wonder featured in a promo shot for an Apple holiday commercial, which aired […]

No Limits -Actor Musto Pelinkovicci

The goal of every actor to work often, hone their craft and find those dream roles along the way. To accomplish this you can never limit yourself or become discouraged in any way. A great example of that attitude is Musto Pelinkovicci. Musto began his acting career at age 42, after studying acting four years […]

SOULFUL SINGER WITH A TOUCH OF JAZZ CREATING A BUZZ WORLDWIDE by Nick Christophers

Singer / songwriter Marlena is a true example of woman on a mission. Hailing from the rough and tumble streets of Jamaica, Queens, she took in all its musical hues, be them negative or positive. Coming from a religious household she choose to favor the positive. Marlena was inspired by such legends like Etta James, […]

Jazz / Klezmer Fusion Band KLAZZ-MA-TAZZ Release TANGIBILITY – a review by FRED STAL

Tangibility, released on September 2nd via One Trick Dog Records, is the debut album release from Klazz-Ma-Tazz; a genre bending ensemble that fuses jazz and klezmer, among other styles of music. It is clear by listening to this record that this is a talented group of musicians on a quest to chart new musical territory […]

IN THE SCENE

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest @ The Gallery Players a review by Frederick R. Stal

Randall Patrick McMurphy is a rebel with a good heart who manages to sway his fellow inmates and audience alike. As the lead role (Joseph Cassese) in the legendary “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” which was released onscreen over 40 years ago, he still captivates us, makes us think, and of course laugh as […]

Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov) Theatre review By Joshua Young

Brooklyn Rep’s production of Three Sisters at the Fourth Street Theatre is a very ambitious interpretation, and it deserves a great deal of credit for its aspiration. The driving momentum behind this production was to create a multiracial version of the Russian masterpiece. Elisabeth Ng, Brooklyn Rep’s Creative Director (also Olga in the show) should […]

In Quietness theatre review By Joshua Young

In Quietness delivers on the promise of its title, its a quiet, reflective, and sober piece of theater. It’s a play where the individual ingredients involved in the recipe (the acting, writing, and directing) are all on the spectrum of solid to nearly perfect. Interesting the play’s greatest shortcoming is that it falls shy of […]

It Runs In The Family @The Gallery Players- A review By Joshua Young

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATESTSign-up for free to be in the know of new content, giveaways & more. I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time. The Gallery Players Production of It Runs In The Family is a delight. It’s such a rare and unexpected treat to […]

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