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Time's "Person of the Year" is actually more than one

Time's Person of the Year are the "Silence Breakers."

Every year Time Magazine chooses its Person of the Year, but this year it is more that one.

The cultural reckoning in 2018 against high profile people in society by mostly women shed light on sexual misconduct in the workplace and also re-ignited a #MetToo social media campaign.

Theater Review: “Tarrytown”

Backyard Renaissance Theatre’s “Tarrytown” runs through December 17, 2017, at Diversionary Theatre’s Black Box, 4545 Park Blvd., University Heights

Washington Irving’s well-known Halloween story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” gets a fetching musical update – and amusing twists – in Backyard Renaissance Theatre’s world premiere of Adam Wechter’s “Tarrytown,” playing through Dec. 17 in Diversionary’s Black Box Theatre.

Theater Review: “The Secret Garden”

“The Secret Garden” plays through December 24, 2017 at New Village Arts,

Photo credit for all photos is Daren Scott, with the exception of the first two photos (with the characters in all brown), and that photo credit is Shaun Hagen

Gay, Latino 'Avenger' to get story arc in 2018

Marvel Comics announced they will be giving new life to an Avengers team member who also happens to be gay and Latino.

His birth name is Miguel Santos, but his alter ego is Living Lightning. His arc will appear in the “No Surrender” series which will hit newsstands in 2018.

Theater Review: “The Diary of Anne Frank”

“The Diary of Anne Frank” plays through December 17, 2017 at Moxie Theatre,

Anne Frank’s diary is arguably the best-known document of the World War II era. It’s been translated into some 60 languages and has perhaps contributed more toward the understanding of the human tragedy of the Holocaust than any other single piece.

Theater Review: “The Moors”

“The Moors” plays through December 10, 2017 at Diversionary Theatre, 4545 Park Boulevard, University Heights.

Those English moors of the Bronté sisters are probably still dark, foreboding and foggy, but in “The Moors,” playwright Jen Silverman gives us a play that’s more than that – a story that’s deeply macabre and disturbing, subversive and bizarre, but with grim humor and a modern viewpoint, all played out in a Victorian-era parlor complete with fireplace...and on those moors.

REVIEW: Streisand on Netflix is a masterfully bound modern songbook

Streisand commands the stage once again in “Barbra: The Music...The Mem’ries...The Magic!”

The only set piece other than the massive orchestra on stage for “Barbra: The Music...The Mem’ries...The Magic!” now showing on Netflix is a stool, a porcelain teapot, matching cup and a small vase filled with some unremarkable roses.