SINGER / ACTRESS ELIYA RODEH BECOMING AN INSPIRATION FOR OTHERS by Nick Christophers

The international artist, Eliya Rodeh, who hails from Israel, always had a positive outlook on her God given talent and knew she would put it to good use. As a young girl she was taken in by a musical that she saw in her native land, which was an Israeli musical version of Peter Pan. […]

33 1/3-House of Dreams By Sandra Castillo

The songs were lauded and celebrated by millions of people and quickly became commercially successful, chart-topping sensations calibrated to perfection in the hands of those commandeering the controls at Gold Star Recording Studios. Once situated at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Vine in Hollywood, California, before it was vacated in 1984 and later […]

The Wall Live Extravaganza @ The Wellmont Theater

  ‘The Wall Live Extravaganza’ Celebrates Pink Floyd’s Masterpiece   January, 26, 2019 at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, New Jersey at 7pm.    Celebrate the hits of Pink Floyd with The Wall Live Extravaganza as the characters from the prodigious album come to life on-stage, offering up a unique experience that commemorates Pink Floyd’s acclaimed 1979 masterpiece. The performance is more than a concert – […]

The Dance of Death- Directed by Jeff S. Dailey American Theatre of Actors Review by Michael Elias

  October brings out the goblins.  There is a long history of demons in Western Literature.  That tradition has additions every year and one surprising contribution is available this month at the American Theater for Actors through Sunday evening, October 28th, in The Dance of Death in a dramatization by Dr. Jeff Dailey of a 19th-century […]

EQ Channel -When The Night Comes – Review by Pamela Sanford

                                                                    EQ Channel at Dixon Place in NYC – When the Night Has Come A Music Review by Pamela Sanford Sunday, May […]

The Coming of Antichrist at The American Theater of Actors-a review by Michael Elias

N.Y.C. Theater Review Split/Screen at Helen Mills Theater

Split/Screen at Helen Mills Theater by Viktoria Dana King I had the opportunity to see the daring production of Split/Screen; a play written and produced by Monique Witt. The play deals with a young man named Kit and his unlikely accident that landed him in a wheel chair and the psychological journey he endures while […]

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