“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
…an energizing evening of showstoppers that have as much punch today as they ever did back in the flower power days of the 60s