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Theater Review: “Margin of Error”

Anton Myrvold (Ruff Yeager) is what might be termed a BMOC.

Not just an imposing physical presence, he’s also a major light in physics, and as “Margin Of Error” opens he crows to Indian wife Sunita (Roxane Carrasco) that he has just received backdoor notice from someone in the know that he’s been shortlisted for the Nobel Prize. 

Theater Review: "Travels With My Aunt"

L to R Benjamin Cole, David McBean, James Saba & Richard Baird

Some people are lucky enough to have an aunt, friend or relative to take them under wing and introduce them to the joys of travel. I’d have loved to have an Aunt Augusta, since travel is the only thing I can ever remember really wanting to do in life.

'We Exist' documentary features SDPD officer Christine Garcia

SDPD officer Christine Garcia is featured in new documentary about trans heroes.

Documentary film maker Isley Reust is trying to educate the public about the lives of influential transgender men and women around the world. The focus is less on what people see on the outside, rather the intricate details and feelings these folks have to deal with on the inside.

“We Exist” is a 10 episode documentary series hosted by Ruest and directed by Tony Minas. 

This thing IS on! TS Madison gets her own national talk show

TS Madison Hinton dishes through the drive-thru in her new talk show "Lemme Pick You Up."

Celebrity vlogger TS Madison Hinton always starts her Facebook Live broadcasts asking, “Is thing on?” And now the world will see that it definitely is, as she gets her own talk show called “Lemme Pick You Up.”

This isn't your traditional in-studio celebrity exchange.

Uber's new ad; a gay meet-cute

New Philippine Uber ad is a testament to the awkwardness of encountering a crush.

Uber’s roll out in the Philippines came with a commercial about unexpected encounters while sharing a ride with a stranger.

The video, now viewed more than 2 million times features a young man who uses the UberPool option to get to where’s he’s going, but an unexpected passenger creates a little anxiety for the duration of the trip.

Theater Review: “The Siegel”

Mamie Gummer and Ben Feldman in “The Siegel."

No, this isn’t a Chekhov play spelled wrong, though human romantic foibles are the topic here as well.

But I’m talking about Ethan Siegel, played adorably by “Mad Men’s” Ben Feldman, and he opens South Coast Repertory’s world premiere of Michael Mitnick’s “The Siegel” with an irresistibly weird ploy:

Theater Review: “A Doll’s House, Part 2”

Shannon Cochran and ​Lynn Milgrim in South Coast Repertory's 2017 world premiere of ​A Doll's House, Part 2

Oh, that Nora Torvald. Really, running off and leaving husband and small children, just because she wasn’t happy? As my grandma would have said with disdain, “The idea!”