Category Archives: Theater

  • ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Official Motion Picture Soundtrack Released

    Feb 13, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ Leave a comment


    *New York, NY  – The highly anticipated “Fifty Shades of Grey” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [Republic Records] is available to purchase today in stores and all digital retailers. Purchase it HERE. The Universal Pictures and Focus Features‘ film releases in theaters today, February 13, 2015. The pre-order for the album reached the Top 10 on the overall iTunes album chart and hit #1 on […]

  • ‘The View’ Using Rosie Perez’s Broadway Run to Ease Her Out?

    Feb 12, 15 by EURPublisher01 2 Comments


    *Radar Online is reporting that Rosie Perez is about to follow Rosie O’Donnell off of “The View,” although her impending exit is not voluntary. “The plan [to fire her] is still on,” an insider told Radar. “She’s absolutely gone.” In the context of Rosie O’Donnell’s departure, “they didn’t want to dump on Rosie Perez and […]

  • Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation Continues 2015 Season with The Four Tops

    Feb 8, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ Leave a comment


    *Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation continues its 2015 Season with The Four Tops on Saturday, February 21 at 8pm. The Four Tops is one of soul’s most legendary groups and shaped the Motown sound, as we know it. The Four Tops has had over 15, top 20 singles in the U.S. including “Baby I Need Your […]

  • Films ‘Through a Lens Darkly’ & ‘American Denial’ Examine Black Experience and Question of Race in America

    Feb 8, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ Leave a comment


    *This February, Independent Lens presents two provocative new documentaries that take a fresh look at not only the African American experience but the ongoing question of the meaning of race in America. Directed by Thomas Allen Harris, the film probes the recesses of American history through images that have been suppressed, forgotten and lost. Bringing […]

  • David Harewood on White Actors ‘Blacking Up’ to Play Othello

    Feb 5, 15 by Cherie Saunders 1 Comment


    *Fans of David Harewood still can’t get over his rather explosive exit from “Homeland” in 2012. The actor is back on television Friday, Feb. 6, in a gig considerably less stressful than that of CIA Director David Estes…and one where he gets to keep his British accent. Harewood hosts this week’s episode of PBS’ “Shakespeare […]

  • Phylicia Rashad Talks August Wilson Ahead of PBS Special

    Feb 3, 15 by Cherie Saunders 1 Comment


    *Anything you have ever wanted to know about August Wilson – the late literary mastermind who brought to humanity such gifts as Fences and The Piano Lesson – will be covered in a new PBS special and DVD that celebrates his life and work. “American Masters — August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand” traces […]