Steve

The immersion into Phyllida Lloyd's meticulously crafted reimagination of "Henry IV" begins before the audience steps foot into the new home of St. Ann's Warehouse.
Mark Gerrard's "Steve" examines what happens after you think you've found the one.
Parnell takes a sociological approach, kind of; Gerrard gives us what we might call a show tune approach, which is at once less realistic and more rambunctiously funny.
Seven thousand people pledged to go meatless for US Veg Week in 2014, and armed with the support of Raskin, Carter, Esther and others, Meier's hoping to make that number closer to 10,000 this year.
Adams has done much better than this opera and its orchestral CliffsNotes version, and I am sure will do so in the future
It's official, folks! I was just issued my entry badge, complete with retractable elastic belt clip. Little old Jewie-B now has 24/7 access to the Romney Campaign Headquarters.
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Palm Springs may hover around 110 degrees in June but this collection of shorts from around the world is a cooling balm for those who have a diverse, worldwide perspective on filmmaking.