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The 2017 Fringe award-winner returns with a topical new show.
The Fringe first-timer discusses his new show about the late, great video store culture.
The artist and L.A. native makes her Fringe debut this year.
The veteran troupe returns to the Fringe with a brand new musical comedy.
Another piece making its world premiere at the Fringe is Son of a Bitch, the story of the controversial political strategist Lee Atwater. It was written by Lucy Gillespie, playwright of last…
The familiar character actor has a field day playing a psycho landlady.
Making its world premiere at this year’s Hollywood Fringe is Internal, a new piece from They Played Productions, creators of last year’s God: the Apologies Tour and 2016’s horror music…
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Jennifer Townsend’s insightful documentary, Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise. is making its Los Angeles theatrical debut this week at Laemmle’s Music Hall starting
Any One of Us, a new documentary that provides an unflinching look at traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCIs), is certainly one of the most powerful and
In The Peanut Butter Falcon, newcomer Zack Gottsagen stars as a 22-year-old with Down syndrome who lives in a retirement home — the only place
In The Art of Self-Defense, Riley Stearns’ new dark comedy, Jesse Eisenberg is cast in what can best be described as a quintessentially Eisenbergian role as
Making its world premiere at SXSW this year is writer/director Paul Shoulberg’s delicately moving comedy-drama, Ms. White Light.
Roberta Colindrez stars as Lex, a repressed
Making its world premiere at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe is The Witnessing, an immersive, multi-sensory theatrical experience that explores a shocking paranormal experience.
Co-stars Eric Segal and Daniel Donhue.
Daniel Donohue and Eric Siegel, the stars of last year’s hilarious The New Bad Boys of Magic, are staggering
The writer talks about the ghost shows of yore, their relevance in today’s society and its manifestation at the Fringe.
Making its world premiere at
Making its world premiere at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Fest is playwright Lucy Gillespie’s comedy Keeping Up With the Prozorovs — a mashup of Chekhov’s
Making its world premiere at this year’s SXSW was the feature-length documentary They Live Here, Now, conceived and directed by human rights filmmaker Jason Outenreath. Shot
Among the more intriguing offerings at this year’s SXSW was the Virtual Cinema space at the JW Marriott. There, attendees had the opportunity to experience
Two bickering brothers plot the perfect murder in this dark crime thriller from Australia.
The new Australian film Brothers’ Nest is a cleverly constructed, bleakly humorous
The producers of ‘Heavy Trip’ talk about the making of first Finnish comedy to premiere at SXSW.
Touted as the first Finnish comedy ever to premiere
The new anthology thriller, Field Guide to Evil, is comprised of eight chilling tales from acclaimed international directors, with each story drawn from their countries
The documentary filmmaker’s first narrative feature is an exciting true crime caper.
Based on an audaciously true story, American Animals is both terrifically entertaining and superbly
Boundaries, the new comedy from writer/director Shana Feste (Country Strong) is a familiar family road trip story buoyed by a terrific cast and lots of offbeat
The 24th annual San Antonio Film Festival (SAFILM) is scheduled to take place Aug. 1-5, 2018, at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. A haven
On Sunday, Jan. 7, the Playhouse San Antonio unveiled its new season, as well as its new name — the Public Theater of San Antonio.
After 30 years, rock dreams come true for San Antonio musicians.
This past October, a 30-year-old dream was finally realized at the Josephine Theatre with the
Robot Teammate is heading for the Big Apple!
The Los Angeles-based comedy improv troupe is crossing the country in October to make its New York debut
This is certainly a unique premise for a documentary.
Director/producer Jennifer Townsend was not in the film business at all when she first encountered the
Kuleana, written and directed by Brian Kohne, is unquestionably the work of a filmmaker who deeply loves the culture and people of Hawaii. And anyone
WARNING: SPOILERS WITHIN FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO – MERCIFULLY – HAVEN’T SEEN THIS MOVIE YET.
Yes, I know I’ll probably be in the minority