Arts & Entertainment

Richard Roll’s ‘Down Dog’

Posted September 30, 2005 by E. "Doc" Smith

Director Richard Roll’s “Down Dog” is both a satire and celebration of the recent explosion of Los Angeles “yoga culture” and the proliferation of ersatz “gurus” capitalizing on the zeitgeist of the times – the West’s current fascination with the
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The Druid Sisters Tea Party

Posted September 16, 2005 by E. "Doc" Smith

The Druid Sisters Tea Party has been called a “rollicking light-hearted all-girl groove Celtic-funk dance band with tons of fun in mind.” Drummer-percussionist Claudia Paige, started the project with the idea of mixing African and tribal beats with Celtic fiddle
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From Fringe To New Openings

Posted September 16, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

A FRINGE FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHT is Moe Bertran’s “Love Scenes”. It’s a surprising look into the lives of people that you have probably met along the path of life. The amazing thing about Bertran is that he is able to flesh
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Cafe Extra

Posted August 26, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

Sitting at Table One near the window were two aspiring actors, sipping a Latte. They were very excited about this news. Award Winning Bay Area Director, Rob Nilsson is about to make another independent Feature Film called “Go Together”. Nilsson
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‘Wicked’ Is A Spectacular Light Show

Posted August 12, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

With more witches per square inch in San Francisco than anywhere else in the world – this is the perfect setting for the musical “Wicked” at the Orpheum Theater. When the musical opened at the Curran Theater in 2003 –
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The Tribute/Help is On The Way

Posted July 8, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

REAF SHOW OF SHOWS HAS LEGEND JANE RUSSELL — FRANK, SAMMY, JOEY & DEAN IN AN ASTONISHING ‘TRIBUTE’AT POST STREET THEATER.TRIBUTE IS FULLY LOADED WITH LAUGHS. True, some of them may seem corny in this day and age – but
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