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True Romance at Cinespia Sunday, September 4th

One of the most underrated and best movies of the 90s is playing at Cinespia this Sunday, September 4. Written by Tony Scott, the romance-adventure flick stars Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette, Christian Slater, Val Kilmer, and Brad Pitt in his self-proclaimed favorite role ever. Movie starts at 8. Gates open at 6:45. 

The Birds this Saturday, September 3rd, at Cinespia

One of my favorite movies of all time! If you haven't experienced a film at Cinespia at the Hollywood Cemetery, The Birds is a great film to introduce you to the outdoor movie experience. Gates open at 6:45. Come early, come prepared. Movie starts at 8pm. For more information check out

The Suitcase at Echo Theatre Company thru August 25

Inspired by the true story of Michel Leleu, the son of a French Jew murdered at Auschwitz who recognized his father's suitcase at an exhibition at the Shoah, The Suitcase explores a father and son relationship an asks us to consider what we are responsible for in the wake of enormous national tragedy. Described as surreal yet humorous, this is one of the best theatre companies in LA and is sure to deliver a refreshing piece of theatre. For more information, check out

FringeNYC coming August 12 - 28

The New York International Fringe Festival is coming August 12 - 28. If you want to see innovative, fresh theatre before you have to pay hundreds of dollars for one ticket, spend $18 on a ticket with 200 shows to choose from. For more information check out

Reel Harlem Historic Harlem Parks Film Festival 2016: Purple Rain this Monday, August 1

On Monday, August 1st at Marcus Garvey Park, Reel Harlem Historic Harlem Parks Film Festival will feature Purple Rain and live music starting at 6:00 p.m. Free admission!

In & Of Itself - Final Extension at the Geffen, Closes August 28

If you have not had a chance to see the widely critically acclaimed In & Of Itself, tickets will be in short supply as the final extension for this play was just announced. The new show by Derek DelGaudio has been described as a show constructed as a metaphoric labyrinth, filled with allegorical illusions and centered around a single paradoxical truth. The artist blurs the lines between art and magic and uses magic tricks to tell unravel a more personal and moving narrative. For more information, check out

The New York Musical Festival, July 11 - August 7

A fun, vibrant and diverse festival to "ensure the future vitality of musicals." To check out the line up and book tickets, go to

Here are a couple sneak-listens...