Santa Monica’s Morgan-Wixson Theatre Presents Its 22nd Annual Youth Musical: “A Winter’s Tale”
Film Review: Chevalier
May 12, 2023 Kathy Whitney Boole
By Kathryn Boole RATED PG-13107 MinutesReleased April 21, 2023 Chevalier is based on the true story of a historical figure...
Ballet at the Broad Stage Memorial Weekend – Meet the Talent!
May 10, 2023 Juliet Lemar
Westside Ballet of Santa Monica returns to the Broad Stage with special guest artists kicking off Friday May 26th with...
Elizabeth McGovern Lights Up The Stage in “Ava – The Secret Conversations”
April 26, 2023 Beverly Cohn
Play About Legendary Screen Star Runs Until May 14 At The Geffen Playhouse By Beverly Cohn Ava Gardner, born Ava...
William Inge’s “Picnic” Poorly Staged at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
April 11, 2023 Beverly Cohn
In the last century, America gave birth to the greatest playwrights of all time. Included in that rarified category are...
Unconventional Art Festival “The Other Art Fair” Returns to Santa Monica This Weekend
March 31, 2023 Staff Writer
140 independent artists, immersive installations, performances, DJs, and a fully stocked bar await visitors at Barker Hangar The Other Art...
Samohi Theatre’s “The Drowsy Chaperone” Takes the Stage in Santa Monica
March 1, 2023 Staff Writer
Shows will take place at Barnum Hall on March 3 and 4 at 7 p.m. and March 5 at 3...
Film Review: “Marlow”
February 23, 2023 Kathy Whitney Boole
FILM REVIEW“MARLOWE”Rated R109 MinutesReleased February 15th “Marlowe” is a beautifully shot period piece that takes place in the late 1930’s....
Film Review: All Quite on the Western Front
February 22, 2023 Kathy Whitney Boole
I have never been a soldier at war, although I have close friends and relatives who have been. Universally they...
SMC Emeritus Concert Band to Hold Free Concert This Weekend at the Broad Stage
February 22, 2023 Staff Writer
Concert February 26 will feature musical selections with an outdoor theme Santa Monica College’s Emeritus Concert Band, under the baton...
Lee Edward Colston II’s “The First Deep Breath” Joins the List of Memorable Family Dramas
February 14, 2023 Beverly Cohn
Plays with a dysfunctional family theme have been part of the theatrical landscape going as far back to the ancient...
Film Review: A Man Called Otto
February 14, 2023 Kathy Whitney Boole
FILM REVIEWA MAN CALLED OTTORated PG-13126 MinutesReleased January 13th A Man Called Otto is based on the Swedish film, A...
Israeli and Arab Women Join Together in Orit Fouks Rotem’s “Cinema Sabaya”
February 13, 2023 Beverly Cohn
It’s a commonly accepted truism that mathematics and perhaps dancing are international “languages” and can be practiced most anywhere in...
Film Review: Babylon
January 14, 2023 Kathy Whitney Boole
FILM REVIEWBABYLONRated R188 MinutesReleased December 23rd Babylon is director Damien Chazelle’s panoramic vision of a tumultuous time in movie history...
Lukas Dhont’s “CLOSE”- A Coming-of Age Film With An Unexpected Twist
I am totally aware that this is the season to be jolly and probably should review “happy,” pure entertainment films....
Public Art at Tongva Park Asks “What Do You Hope For?”
December 27, 2022 Juliet Lemar
Artist Yeu Q. Nguyen public art installation, High Hopes bring the community together through the power of hope inside one...
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