From television to Broadway! I am ditching the world of cinema for the musical stage, at least for this weekend. I joined Desert Theatricals as they mount the rip-roaring Tony-winning musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.”
“The Humans” is a study on the complexities of well, us, humans! And it was so eloquently and powerfully presented by writer/director Stephen Karam. Follow the Blakes as they navigate through Thanksgiving amidst family tension and drama.
Lin-Manuel Miranda creates his ode to struggling artists in the new Netflix film “tick..tick..BOOM!” Based on Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical of the same name, the film explores the failures that eventually led to the creation of “Rent.”
I love Andrew Garfield! Not only is he a fantastic actor, he’s also sweet and gives great interview answers. And he embodies Jonathan Larson, passion and all, in “tick..tick..BOOM!” I spent some time with the actor to talk about his interest in starring in the film, singing on screen for the first time, working with Lin-Manuel Miranda, and the passion of Jonathan Larson.
Lin-Manuel Miranda creates his ode to struggling artists in the new Netflix film
“tick..tick..BOOM!” Based on Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical of the same name,
the film explores the failures that eventually led to the creation of “Rent.”
Ann Dowd and Reed Birney play parents of a school shooter meeting the parents of one of the victims in the emotionally powerful “Mass.” I can just sit and listen to both actors talk about “Mass” forever! They’re so eloquent and sweet in describing the film and working with writer/director Fran Kranz. Take a look and visually imagine what they are saying. They’re magical!
You may know Jason Isaacs as Lucius Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” series but get ready to see him play a long-suffering father of a shooting victim in the fantastic “Mass” from writer/director Fran Kranz. Isaacs stars as the husband of Martha Plimpton’s Gail and the film is about a meeting between the parents of the victim and the perpetrator’s mother and father played by Ann Dowd and Reed Britney respectively.
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