William Jackson Harper, Rob Campbell, Robert Petkoff, John McMartin, Michael McKean and Bryan Cranston - Opening Night of Broadway's "All The Way" starring Bryan Cranston at the Neil Simon Theatre - Curtain Call - New York, New York, United States - Friday 7th March 2014
Danny Wolohan, Jacqueline Wright, Laura Heisler, Candy Buckley, Rob Campbell and Haynes Thigpen - Opening night after party for The Patron Saint of Sea Monsters, held at the West Bank Cafe-arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 13th November 2013
Peter Lake is a wanted burglar in a desperate struggle to escape an old gangster boss of his, Pearly Soames, in the cruel world that is 1916. One day, he breaks into a dazzling mansion that he thinks is empty, but then discovers the owner's beautiful daughter Beverly Penn at her piano who appears unafraid of him. Struck by her beauty, he embarks on a whirlwind romance with her that is marred when Peter discovers that she is dying of consumption. That's not the only thing Peter has to contend with as Soames repeatedly tries to kill him, but to no avail as Athansor, a white horse and guardian angel, is always there to save him. During one of those rescue feats, Peter finds himself in modern day Manhattan without a clue who he is and with no signs of aging. Determined to use this to his advantage, he sets out to save the one person he still remembers.
This heart-breaking fantasy romance is based on the novel of the same name by Mark Helprin and has been adapted to screen by Oscar winning director and writer Akiva Goldsman ('Batman Forever', 'I Am Legend', 'The Da Vinci Code'). Not to be confused with the Shakespearian play of a similar name, 'Winter's Tale' is a tremendous story of reincarnation and eternal love and will released in UK cinemas on February 21st 2014.
Michael Rudko, Merritt Janson, Christina Rouner, Lisa Joyce and Rob Campbell - Michael Rudko, Merritt Janson, Christina Rouner, Lisa Joyce and Rob Campbell Wednesday 24th October 2012 Opening night of the Transport Group production of 'House For Sale', held at the Duke Theatre - After Party
Merritt Janson, Lisa Joyce, Rob Campbell, Christina Ruoner and Michael Rudko - Merritt Janson, Lisa Joyce, Rob Campbell, Christina Ruoner and Michael Rudko Wednesday 24th October 2012 Opening night of the Transport Group production of 'House For Sale', held at the Duke Theatre - Curtain Call
Broken into five acts represented by symbols of the five elements, the film begins with Liu Xing (a very good Liu Ye) walking into a Western university to meet and join legendary cosmology theorist Jacob Reiser (Aidan Quinn). Funded by socialite Joanna Silver (Meryl Streep), an avatar of America's fetishizing of Eastern tradition, Liu is invited to experience monuments of fake Americana (a mock ghost town) and droll bits of Chinese history. Her husband (Bill Irwin) sees it simply as a tax write-off, but Joanna has a deep want for things outside her closeted realm.
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While watching "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," all kinds of poster-quote comparisons popped into my head to describe this weird and wry, sardonic and ironic concoction of transsexual punk rock melancholy-mirth.
It has the cult potential (and off-Broadway origins) of a "Rocky Horror," but while it is similarly a low-budget, tongue-in-cheek musical centered around gender confusion, it's far more sagacious and polished.
I toyed with calling it the anti-"Josie and the Pussycats," since it's the polar opposite of that recent flop's backhanded endorsement of rock'n'roll commercialism and capricious pop pap. But "Hedwig" is such a uniquely entertaining and original work of musical-dramedy invention, it deserves better than to be compared to anything that has come before it.
Continue reading: Hedwig & The Angry Inch Review
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