SF’s Frameline Film Festival Has Diversity, Variety and Brilliance

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev The race is on…. The 41st annual Frameline Film Festival, offering tons of LGBTQ film options in the Bay Area, is here June 15-25, 2017. It’s a race to me as the minute the titles were announced, I spend almost every waking hour watching films so I can include some highlights in […] Click to read more »

“Priscilla” Still Tasty in Regional SF Production

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev The latest production by Theatre Rhinoceros is a bold choice. But since the theatre company is celebrating its 40 year anniversary and is still the longest running LGBT theatre in the world, some times bold can be beautiful. Their latest production, “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert,” has a cult following […] Click to read more »

RIP: Grandma’s Dinner Theatre Has Been Reincarnated as the Hip Rockwell Table & Stage

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev One would have thought that Dinner Theatre died in Boca Raton Florida with blue haired old ladies and its second rate actors trying to make an honest buck. LA’s Rockwell Table & Stage has not only resurrected the art of a meal and a show, but has taken it from […] Click to read more »

A Passage to an Indian “Wedding” Well Worth Taking

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev A great thing about theatre and movies is one can escape. We can take a trip to the past and meet President Lincoln. We can travel forward and see how the world progresses through an alien’s point of view. Or we can take journey to a country when personal travel is […] Click to read more »

Broadway Bound “Margaritaville” Is A Tasty Recipe But Not Yet Top Shelf

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev La Jolla Playhouse has become the breeding ground for new and exciting productions.  As pointed out at the opening of its current production of “Escape to Margaritaville,” two current Tony nominees started at La Jolla. So it’s no wonder the spotlight is on La Jolla and not surprising that its […] Click to read more »

It’s Easy to Love “Ernest Shackleton”

by Kevin M. Thomas, @ReelKev “Hamilton” has pushed open the door to alternative and progressive musicals showing that theatre doesn’t have to be old fashioned and be only your mother’s Broadway. With the flood gates opened, a new and inventive musical has finally made its way to New York but only for a limited run. […] Click to read more »

“Sambá” is an Underdog Boxing Film with Redemption at it’s Core

By: Steve V. Rodriguez Sambá is a multi-layered story about redemption told through an underdog boxing film motif. Through well developed characters against an appealing Dominican Republic backdrop, the viewer is drawn into the well crafted script penned by lead actor, Ettore D’Alessandro and Carolina Encarnacion. After spending 15 years behind bars for an unrevealed crime, […] Click to read more »

The Rise, Fall and Ultimate Evolution of Zac Posen in New Doc, HOUSE OF Z

By: Steve V. Rodriguez At the core, HOUSE OF Z, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival,  shows the rise, fall and ultimate evolution of a designer which has the makings of any great bio-pic, however this is a documentary about the designer Zac Posen. Posen came onto the fashion scene in 2001 and quickly […] Click to read more »

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Are you searching for a crucial relationship which will culminate into marriage? If your response is certainly yes and if if you’re unlucky in love till now you can go surfing and appearance for a potential bride. And to learn you might simply meet your true love on-line. With email order marriages becoming extremely sought […] Click to read more »