The premise of The Final Project is simple: six college students visit a supposedly haunted plantation to film a documentary for extra credit. They realize too late that supposedly is more like definitely.
Kind of like the audience, who will realize too late that they definitely chose the wrong movie if they go see this one.
This weekend Lott Entertainment Presents is doing their part to make sure when someone mentions Mozart, you say, “Which one?” by staging Sylvia Milo’s The Other Mozart, a 75 minute, one-woman show about the life of Maria Anna (Nannerl) Mozart, accomplished musician and big sister to Wolfgang Amadeus.
It’s 1957, the U.S. is about a decade into the coldest of wars, and an insurance lawyer from Brooklyn is unanimously chosen by his peers to defend an accused Soviet spy. Sounds like a good place to start a movie.
COMING HOME, the latest film from Zhang Yimou, is a period piece set amidst the Cultural Revolution. I don’t want to get bogged down in a half-assed history lesson, but this context is kind of important. So deal with the half-assed history lesson or skip the next paragraph. In the 1960s, following the catastrophic failure […]
The Landing Theatre Company opens its season with How I Learned To Drive, the Paula Vogel-penned Pulitzer prize-winning play that chronicles the relationship between persevering protagonist, Lil’ Bit, and her sexually predatory, alcoholic uncle.