GUYS AND DOLLS MUSIC AND LYRICS BY FRANK LOESSER, BOOK BY JO SWERLING & ABE BURROWS September 18 to October 6, 2019 | Prohibition Era New York is bustling with glitz and glamour in this classic Tony Award-winning musical. Nathan Detroit, the city’s most infamous craps game organizer, makes the bet of a lifetime with high-roller Sky Masterson. Sky accepts, and tries to win the heart of “Save-A-Soul” missionary Sarah Brown, while Nathan’s fiancé of 14-years, Adelaide, grows tired of him gambling with hers. When it comes to love, these characters discover you’ve gotta play the right cards if you want to win big. DETROIT Ꞌ67 BY DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU October 23 to November 10, 2019 | Turntables turn to turmoil in the heart of Detroit when a mysterious woman ent
What are you doing August 23rd and 24th? Well, if you are in town Let’s Meet Up at Live! on Atlantic at the oceanfront on 24th Street for the 10th Annual Virginia Beach Funk Fest. The FunkFest Beach Party is widely known as being the hottest family reunion on the East Coast! Let’s Meet Up at 24th Street for funk and disco era bands, great home cooked-style food and create some new memories that remind you of the good old days. Some of the amazing groups that will be performing include Midnight Star, Zapp, Klymaxx feat, Joyce Irby, Ohio Players, among many more! Admission is free to the beach concert stage and a Preferred Viewing ticket option with Beach access closer to the stage is available for purchase from ticketmaster.com and Virginia Beach Vi
With Dr. Kara Coe Party With a Purpose: A Charitable Reason this Fall Season As the summer heat dissipates in Coastal Virginia, late August ushers in our annual Fall customs. For many of us, the frenzy of school supplies, anticipation of cool crisp weather, and pumpkin-flavored everything, will also bring a sense of togetherness. Kids return from camp, fathers get out their football jerseys, and mothers start making plans for Thanksgiving and holiday travel. In Hampton Roads, we are blessed with the good fortune of warm Autumn evenings well into October, as well as, brilliant foliage and harvested crops; the perfect conditions for both indoor and outdoor entertaining at home. Do I ever need an excuse to host an event? No! I just need friends, food, and plentiful cockt...
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During our February issue, I reviewed the beginning of season two of Star Trek Discovery. Compared to the 1st Season, I was relieved and happy with what I saw. The first season did not stick to Star Trek canon (the timeline and rules of Star Trek). Happily, the second season does. The first episode opens with the USS Discovery answering a distress call from the USS Enterprise. Remember, this is set about 10 years prior to Captain Kirk. The commanding officer of the Enterprise is Captain Christopher Pike, played by Anson Mount. He actually is playing the character in a similar fashion to Bruce Greenwood’s portrayal in the movies. He has a great sense of humor and takes command of Discovery to go on a special mission for the Federation. Thi
In our New Year’s Edition, I reviewed the CBS All Access original program -Star Trek Discovery. On January 17 th the second season of Discovery kicked off. While I did enjoy last season’s show, I felt it went off the rails in the violence department and lacked the humor for which Star Trek is known. Fortunately, this season has gone back to the Gene Roddenberry vision. The first episode opens with the USS Discovery answering a distress call from the USS Enterprise. Remember, this is set about 10 years prior to Captain Kirk. The commanding officer of the Enterprise is Captain Christopher Pike, played by Anson Mount. He actually is playing the character in a similar fashion to Bruce Greenwood’s portrayal in the movies. He has a great sense of humor and takes command of Discovery to
As a kid growing up in Miami, I was fortunate to be introduced to Star Trek by my father. Although the original series was already in syndication, each week our family would sit in front of the TV in the den and watch the exploits of Captain Kirk (William Shatner), Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy), Dr. Leonard McCoy (DeForest Kelley ) and the crew of the Starship Enterprise. I was hooked! I became a Trekkie. I also attended my first Star Trek Convention at the Miami Space Transit Planetarium. They would show some of the classic episodes in the planetarium itself. You have not seen Star Trek until you have seen it play on the big screen the size of the sky. Fast forward and after many spinoffs and sequels, Star Trek is back on the small screen. Star Trek Discovery – only available via CBS
This column will be dedicated to my late Father – Manny Meyer. He was a devout movie buff. When we moved up to Virginia Beach from Florida when I was 13, one of the first things my Father discovered was the Naro Cinema. My Father and I used to trek to the Naro Cinema on Colley Avenue in Norfolk almost every week to see either a film Noir or foreign film that was playing. In fact, he was such a film buff that he and some of his friends formed the Tidewater Film Society. A group of 20 – 40 “interesting” people would get together in an old building off Granby Street and would show old silent films. I was introduced to the works of Buster Keaton, W.C. Fields, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd and many others. That lasted for just a couple of years; but it was certainly an education. Up until the t