- Music Reviews
- January 22, 2021
Tell Me How You Feel. Review by James Mann.
Street Reaper (Brave in the Grave). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
AFI Fest 2017 just wrapped up in Hollywood. Lily and Generoso Fierro review the 22 new feature films that they selected from this year’s eclectic festival program.
S/T (Bloodshot Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Lydia Loveless bares her soul in this riveting film.
Silver (Fervor Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Tough Dance. Review by Jen Cray.
The spirit of an ancient Egyptian woman deals with the rigors of modern Los Angeles as she works to avoid an ancient relationship.
Kids dream of Christmas morning, but for many – including Jen Cray – THE FEST is the most treasured of annual holidays.
A documentary about the legendary chart topping band, that tries to cram a lot of history into a short running time.
An Octaroon By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Based on a play by Dion Boucicault Directed by David Reed Starring Arius West, Andrew Coleburn, and Mandi Lee UCF Conservatory Theater Orlando, FL Back in the old days, if you needed a black actor you put a white guy on stage in blackface. Today, if you can’t get enough
The House of Bernarda Alba By Federico García Lorca A New Version by Emily Mann Directed by Nadia Garzón Starring Ibis Enid Rodriguez, Leonor Velosa, and Lisa Morales Seminole State College Lake Mary, FL Fortune is fleeting, and in this tense and claustrophobic tale its already two miles down the road. Senior Bernardo Alba is
Orphans By Lyle Kessler Directed by Marco DiGeorge Theater on the Edge Edgewater, FL If there’s one thing this place needs, it’s a light up sign you can see from the street. What it’s good at is stage intensity, and the ability to get wallpaper to look like cockroaches put it up in 1978. Meet
Red Black and Ignorant By Edward Bond Directed by Jeremy Seeghers Starring Daniel Cooksley, Sophia Anne Tretro, and Sean Kemp Valencia College Theater Orlando, FL It’s the end of the world, and these folks know it. There are no more theaters; all we have tonight is a bunch of chairs set out in the grass
Double Jeopardy The Trial of B. B. Wolf Music by Curtis Tucker Word by Nelson Sheeley and Trial By Jury By Gilbert and Sullivan Directed by Dee Axel Musical Direction by Nishaa Carson Central Florida Vocal Arts Presented at CFVA Black Box Theater 250 SW Ivanhoe Blvd Orlando, FL Courtroom procedurals can drag, but if
Savage Young Du (Numero Group). Review by Scott Adams.