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Theater Review: "Marjorie Prime"

Dee Maaske & Elaine Rivkin in “Marjorie Prime."

The future is here. One thing it has brought us is drones, a “sanitized” way to kill by machine without dirtying human hands.

Moving documentary reunites Madonna's 'Truth or Dare' dancers

"Truth or Dare" dancers are profiled in moving new documentary.

It’s been 25 years since Madonna went on her Blonde Ambition tour and subsequently the movie “Truth or Dare” hit theaters to critical praise.

Now the dancers in that film are returning to the theater in their own documentary called “Strike a Pose,” which details their trials and tribulations before and after the tour curtains closed.

January birthday? Celebrate at Babycakes on Saturday night!

If your birthday falls in January, gather up your friends and head over to Babycakes on Saturday, Jan. 21 starting at 8 pm to celebrate your special day during Baby's Birthday Bash, presented by San Diego Pix!

The event is held on the third Saturday of each month, and everyone is invited!

Theater Review: "Beau Jest"

Jason Heil, Ross Hellwig, Omri Schein, Sandy Campbell and Erika Phillips.

Can a nice Jewish kindergarten teacher find love with a goyisch actor? Probably, unless her parents get in the way.

But I’m getting ahead of myself.

Teacher Sarah (Erika Ruth Phillips) already has a perfectly good goyisch bf in a tall blond WASP advertising account exec named Chris Cringle (Jason Heil). But she also has very Jewish parents she’s afraid to introduce Chris to.

Terrified German Shepherd star of 'A Dog's Purpose' forced into water

"A Dog's Purpose" scene terrifies one canine actor, but he is forced to do it anyway.

If you have seen the trailer for “A Dog’s Purpose” you know that the film being released on January 27, is certain to be the tear-jerker of the year.

However, TMZ has uncovered some disturbing images of one of the animals used in the film who appears to be forced to do things he doesn't want to, just to get the shot.

NBC confirms: 'Will & Grace' returning to television

The cast of "Will & Grace" will back a return to television as NBC confirms limited renewal of the sitcom.

The “is it, or isn’t it?” controversy over whether “Will & Grace” will be coming back to TV may have finally been put to rest this morning.

NBC and some of the stars of the long-running sitcom have officially announced its return for a mini-season.

Theater Review: “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”

A. Schaar in “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”

Ah, those French. Famous for making love a national obsession, their reputation for artful seduction persists even today.

Back in the pre-French Revolutionary 18th century, Pierre Choderlos de Laclos posited a game which would use seduction as the bait for debauchery, revenge and cruelty, and would serve to amuse the idle rich. His novel was called “Les Liaisons Dangereuses.” 

Theater Review: "My Fair Lady"

Oh, that Henry Higgins. What a prig. What a jerk. What a genius! (Just ask him.)

Yep, George Bernard Shaw’s favorite linguist is back to amuse and annoy us with his smart-alecky and soulless use of poor Eliza Doolittle as a guinea pig to showcase his great ability to transform a flower girl into someone who can pass as nobility.