A Legend After the Candle Burns Out

Norma Jeane, Enlightened By Kristin O’Blessin Joanne De Simone’s new play is an engrossing journey into key relationships that helped mold Norma Jeane into Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn’s absentee father, Bobby and Jack Kennedy and Paula Strasberg are among the most compelling conversations the audience is privy to. We meet Marilyn shortly after she has died and famed actress […]

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How the Mighty Fall in CORRECTION

Reviewed by Bob Greene How many times have we all walked out of a movie or play and asked “what do you think will happen to…[whomever the lead, villain, or put-upon character happens to be].” Jane Beale and Ronnie Cohen have answered that question for us in CORRECTION. They also gave us a unique character […]

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A Humorous Dane on Stage at MITF

Reviewed by Bob Greene No other play in history has been as discussed and dissected as Hamlet. No other play is so easily recognized – and quoted – as Hamlet as well. So, using Hamlet as his weapon of choice against the puppy mill that is Hollywood was a prudent choice of playwright Andrew Rothkin, […]

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