Monthly Archives: July 2018

“There’s Magic To Do…” and So Much More @ The Magic Castle

Magic Castle – 7001 Franklin Ave, Hollywood – Queen of Great Britain – Butler Duo Review David Steiniger Esq​​ Eduardo Dos Santos Restaurant Dinner & Magician Show Review • As two British Butlers we have a passion for service and … Continue reading

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Barra Grant is Beautiful, inside and out… in “Miss America’s Ugly Daughter”

In an exquisite one woman show, Barra Grant pays homage to her mother, Bess Myerson, the first Jewish Miss America, and in so doing, recollects, reconciles, and redeems a most complex yet loving mother-daughter relationship. Theirs is a forever, unbreakable … Continue reading

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Angst and Soul Comes Alive In “You In Mid Air”

“You In Mid Air” is a one woman show, recently premiering at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival. It’s a powerful tribute and elegy to Rebecca Schaeffer, the daughter of actress/writer Danna Schaeffer. Rebecca was killed in 1989, at the age … Continue reading

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A ‘Super’ Night was had By All @ The Concern Foundation Block Party 2018

After receiving my own thyroid cancer diagnosis earlier this past December, I knew that this year’s Concern Foundation annual block party fundraiser for cancer research would be even more inspiring, personal, and meaningful on so many levels. The theme of … Continue reading

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Cheers to Karen MACARAH in “Wine Time With Roni”

“Wine Time with Roni” is an intimate portrait of one woman (Veronica), conflicted by life, love, and of course, wine. She appears first, with glass in hand, and throwing caution to the wind, she proceeds by telling of her episodes … Continue reading

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And the Vets Go “Marching On” @ The Wallis

“Marching On,” a production of CRE (create, reflect, empower) Outreach, directed by Greg Shane, throws a powerful punch, with shocking honesty, to shake us up into consciousness and awareness of the veteran’s plight and the transition back into civilian life … Continue reading

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