The Office Holiday Party Musical Extravaganza Show
It’s just ONE Holiday Party.
It’s just ONE Holiday Party.
A cranky old guy is redeemed by spirits of the past. He reviews A Christmas Carol, while he’s at it.
A Sentimental Christmas with Nat King Cole and Friends (Capitol Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Brian Feldman and family invite Carl F. Gauze to an unstructured Chanukah celebration. On Zoom, the goyest of ALL internet sites.
Sparkling outfits and sparkling music for the Holiday Season
Join the Breakthrough family for a recital of their favorite holiday music.
Ebenezer scrooge’s past haunts him yet makes him a better man.
Young and old sing the songs of the season, just not all the ones you already know.
Todd Allen Long sings an eclectic collection of Holiday favorites.
Ralphie wants a BB Gun. Santa delivers.
Charles Shultz’s best loved Peanuts TV Special comes to the stage.
Ebenezer gets the capitalism scared out of him in this holiday classic.
Holidays and pink slips lead to fine singing and a heartwarming finish in this musical holiday special.
Tinsel and Lights (Merge Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Christmas, Thanks For Nothing EP (Moshi Moshi ). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Various Artists (Armoury Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Christmas with Sinatra and Friends (Concord Music). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Taste of Christmas (Warcon Enterprises). Review by Carl F Gauze.
A beautifully animated trip to the North Pole restores a boys faith in Santa, and Carl Gauze’s in computer animation.
An hour of non-stop show tunes.
Four local bands lit up Melbourne, Florida at the Pineapples Moon Room. The lineup, presented by Red Eye Booking, included London on Fire, The Speed Spirits, and Dunies, all from in Melbourne, and special guest, Orlando band Better Than This.
In this episode, Jeremy Glazier talks with Noah Lekas of the band American Restless, who draws on his Midwest roots for inspiration.
A young man with a mental condition struggles to understand the world.
This week, Christopher Long pulls up at a neighborhood garage sale and picks up his fourth vinyl copy of Song of Joy, the 1976 platinum slab from the Captain & Tennille.
Mikko Niskanen’s recently restored 1972 mini-series Eight Deadly Shots is a complex look at the real-life murders of four police officers in the farming community of Sääksmäki, Finland, in March 1969. Lily and Generoso review the powerful fictionalized adaptation of this tragic incident.
Equilibrium (Glacial Movements). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Lily and Generoso review Smoking Causes Coughing, the newest creation from surrealist comic genius Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Mandibles) that follows the adventures and storytelling endeavors of the kaiju-fighting Tobacco Force!
Games of Power (La Vida Es Un Mus Discos). Review by Steven Cruse.
Treat Her Strangely. Review by Ian Koss.
Ink 19’s Roi J. Tamkin reviews Drumming With Dead Can Dance and Parallel Adventures, Peter Ulrich’s memoir of an artistic life fueled by Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard’s remarkable friendship.
Tymisha Harris tells the story of Josephine Baker with the perfect mix of theater, history, and jazz in Josephine: A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play.