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This month, the Georgia Ensemble Theatre in Roswell took a stab at putting on the gender switch up classic only to find the venue was sold out, the audience was on the edge of its seats and laughing with tears of joy falling down their cheeks. Read on
“The Book of Mormon” is definitely a delight and is the best piece of satire I’ve seen in awhile. It also gives teens a reason to return to the theater and break the stigma that youth cannot appreciate musicals. Read on
Imagine a world where all you had to do was type what you need on your social media site and suddenly it appears on your doorstep. Oh, but there’s a catch! In order to have your need fulfilled you have to do something in return. In the case of Joelle Charbonneau’s “Need,” a new social…

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Recently, Jaden Smith, model, actor, and thought provoking Twitter user, signed on as the spokesperson for Louis Vuitton. What’s more, he can be seen in the fashion spreads wearing skirts, causing some gender norms conversations:   #JadenSmith just another example of a broken child star — [Insert Name Here] (@SizweMonsterNka) January 25, 2016    …

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Scary movies are probably the most difficult genre of film to produce effectively. They’re risky because there’s always the chance that a film intended to scare will unintentionally turn into a comedy in front of a laughing audience. As one of the first movies of 2016 and the first horror film of the year, “The…

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One of the greatest things Professor Morrie Schwartz  told former student Mitch Albom about life was: “Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.” In “Tuesdays with Morrie,” you’ll learn about life, death and everything in between. Morrie would walk that final bridge between life and death, and narrate the trip. “Tuesday’s…

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