What makes a Christmas gift special? If you think it is how much you paid for it, then you have missed the point of almost every Christmas song, play, musical, and story ever written. But if not price, then what is it? The Gifts of the Magi written by Mark St. Germain and Randy Courts, […]
If you’re a sleep-walker and have woken up in the middle of the night and gone on a date with a crush as your alter-ego, then Ambien Date Night by Jessica Erin Bylander will be sure to bring back some fond memories. If not, go find yourself some Ambien and see for yourself. Or don’t. […]
On December 14th, 2012 Adam Lanza shot and killed 27 people including children, teachers, and himself at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It was the second deadliest mass-shooting by a single person in U.S history. The events that took place on that December morning have since served as a painful reminder of how everything we hold […]
“Song of Myself” is the quintessential American poem read to varying degrees by grade schoolers across the nation. It is a celebration of the self, a celebration of life, and the people and stories that populate it. It is a journey through the human condition and a portrait of the human soul.
Funk, I believe, is the ultimate unification of rhythm, soul, and Jerry curls. It is the bastard child of jazz and disco abducted by aliens and left to groove around the world in sparkly pants, and frilly blouses. Despite this veritable playground of cosmic energy and psychedelia, BellyFunkShun does so very little to do Funk […]
You, the gentry, are probably reading this on your laptop or on your smart-phone in a coffee shop, or in your home. You are considering spending $24 to see a show of your liking, and really, if you’re going to spend that kind of money, you should spend it on seeing I Am the Gentry […]