Movie premiere "Van Dexter, Vampire Slayer Begins" from Harvardwood's Gary Vinant-Tang.
"My Favorite Color(s)" from BEYOND ME, written and performed by SUZANNE TANNER '85 (BEYOND ME 4/27 3:00 p.m. at Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park)
BEYOND ME: a Song Cycle in the Key of Survival (written and performed by SUZANNE TANNER '85) is a 90-minute multimedia musical monument to human resilience -- a 90-minute art/film/performance piece blending personal testimony, original dramatic songs, documentary footage and contemporary art into an inspiring account of an extraordinary woman's triumph of spirit despite immeasurable loss, including her family to the Holocaust and her son to AIDS. The St. Louis Jewish Federation praises the show as "must-see, mesmerizing theater" and "a compositional treasure."Read more
Trying to write off that red wedding this year? As tax day approaches April 15, 2014, nobody's more upset about paying their debts than those playing the Game of Thrones. One thing is for sure: All Men Must Pay.Read more
Posted by Robin Rouse
What happens when two boomers who have been writing together since they were 10-years-old, get together with their millennial children to do a parody of Dolly Parton's classic "9 to 5"?
This happens. Ironically, the millennials wound up doing most of the work.
Posted by Lawrence Angelo B. Katigbak
JEWVANGELIST is a quirky comedy web series about a struggling rabbi who, in order to save her family synagogue from ruin, goes where no rabbi has gone before: she attempts to convert people to Judaism. With her wannabe pop star cantor by her side, she embarks on a quest to learn the tricks of the evangelizing trade from other religions, all while struggling to surmount the schemes that her rival rabbi (and twin brother) devises.
JAMESY BOY is based on the true story of teenager James Burns (Spencer Lofranco) who goes from a suburban street gang to a maximum-security prison cell surrounded by hardened criminals. He turns his life around in prison thanks to the unexpected friendship he forms with a convicted murderer (Ving Rhames) who becomes his mentor.Read more
A documentary shot over 12 years about the hopes and dreams of five orphans struggling to reach adulthood in Kenya's Mathare slum.
Please support at www.kickstarter.com/projects/randybell/the-mathare-project
www.AngeliqueHenderson.com - PLEASE READ ME: I wrote, filmed, and edited the video for this poem between 11pm and 4am one day last week. I hope you enjoy it! Feedback is welcome. - Love Angelique Henderson
Alyssa Chan, Beth Newhall, and Craig Altemose make the case for Harvard University’s divestment of its fossil fuel holdings and preview the 5:30 pm EST Monday, September 16, 2013, Harvard Alumni for Divestment Rally in front of Massachusetts Hall in Harvard Yard, recorded from Cambridge, Massachusetts, on September 11, 2013.
www.AngeliqueHenderson.com -PLEASE READ ME: The title is self-explanatory. Please watch this video to find out the answer ;)Read more