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Theatre Review: “All the Way”

All The Way

Playing President Lyndon B. Johnson, Bryan Cranston brilliantly captures that president’s tireless energy and ruthless political gamesmanship in this drama about the events between LBJ’s swearing-in as President following Kennedy’s assassination, and his actual election as president around a year later, with a very strong focus on Johnson’s commitment to the passage of the Civil Rights Act, including a contentious ongoing dialogue with Martin Luther King.

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Watch RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 Episode 5 here [video]

Rupauls drag race season 6 episode 5

In case you missed it, catch up on the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 right here with episode number 5 in its entirety.

On this episode of Drag Race, the remaining contestants put on their best celebrity impersonation in a drag queen game show as guest judges Gillian Jacobs from NBC’s Community and Chelsea Lately’s Heather McDonald help eliminate the latest queen to hit the door.

Watch RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 Episode 5 titled “Snatch Game” in the video here:

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Watch RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6, Episode 4 here [video]

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In case you missed last week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6, here is episode number 4 in its entirety.

For episode 4 (titled “Shade: The Rusical”, the contestants enter the world of musical theater, perfectly fit for a queen! This episode features guest judges composer Lucian Piane, and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Dream Girls).

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Theatre Review: “Aladdin”

Aladdin, Toronto 2013

There’s much more to Aladdin than its often shirtless male chorus, although that certainly doesn’t hurt. Not that there’s anything incredibly substantial about it – this is brisk, lively, even jazzy musical comedy. And, as such, one of the more successful Disney screen-to-stage musical transfers.

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Cabaret Review: John Pizzarelli (featuring Daniel Jobim)


The duo of John Pizzarelli and Daniel Jobim playing and singing bossa nova are the ultimate in cool. Pizzarelli represents the very height of cabaret’s jazzier side, with profound musical intelligence at work. Jobim is part of a legendary Brazilian musical dynasty: his grandfather was Antonio Carlos Jobim, one of Brazil’s all-time greatest songwriters and composers, and one of the original architect’s of bossa nova.

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