ALL A SHOW NEEDS IS KERRY BUTLER by Kevin M. Thomas

Kerry Butler isn’t a household name. But she is making herself quite known on the Broadway stage. The demure actress with the big voice has worked her way up the ranks in the passed several years from Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” to last year’s surprise hit “Xanadu,” which Butler received a Tony nomination […] Click to read more »

“Little Dog” laughs best at small venue

Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Little Dog Laughed” is right where it should be – on a small intimate stage. The production running through Nov. 8 at San Francisco‘s New Conservatory Theatre Center is at a better suited venue here than the more grandiose Broadway stage where it was nominated for Best Play at the 2007 Tonys. “Dog” […] Click to read more »

Photojournalist: Alissa Everett Raises Awareness & Funds For The Women of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Photojournalist, Alissa Everett joined forces with Diana Britt (Executive Director and Co-Founder) and Tara Trask (Advisory Board) to create CARE THROUGH ACTION a group of compassionate, professional women who wanted to take a hands-on approach to supporting humanitarian organizations globally. Tired of feeling powerless about the Darfur crisis in Africa, this small group of women […] Click to read more »

“Bruno” pushes envelope up your ass By Kevin M. Thomas

Shock and shlock couldn’t stop the American public from driving by and seeing what all of the promotion, stick and controversy surrounding the opening of the film “Bruno” was all about. Actor/writer Sacha Baron Cohen takes his Austrian fashion mogul/fame-hungry character from “Da Ali G Show” and stirs pots that Borat didn’t even know existed. […] Click to read more »

Campy Classics Highlight Summer Midnight Movies by Kevin M. Thomas

After a decade of bringing joy, camp and horror to legions of moviegoers, Peaches Christ’s Midnight Mass movie series will come to a close at the end of August. But don’t fret yet as we still have a whole two months of wonderful productions that are mostly followed by less than stellar films. And according […] Click to read more »