“Wreck-It-Ralph” is probably the first movie about video games that’s actually good. “Super Mario Bros.” was a fiasco, the “Resident Evil” films resulted in varying degrees of meh, and even the latest “Silent Hill” couldn’t make any noise. “Wreck-It-Ralph” is another story. John C. Reilly voices Ralph, the villain of “Fix-It-Felix Jr.,” a “Rampage” style… Read More ›
Theatre in the Park chose the Tennessee Williams’ classic, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, for its latest show. Though the production was not perfect, it manages to effectively portray the happy, longing-for-something 1950s Southern family which the show centers on. The set, designed by Stephen J. Larson, is a thoroughly realistic portrayal of… Read More ›
This production is original, refreshing, and startlingly well done. With one of the strongest casts imaginable, picture-perfect costumes (including a “Jesus is My Homeboy” t-shirt), and lots of laughter and tears along the way, this could easily become one of the best productions of the year.
Only a band with the giant reputation of U2 could pull off a concert and not be upstaged by the stage