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  • Like/Dislike with Mansour Abdessadok, dancer/mime

    Like/Dislike with Mansour Abdessadok, dancer/mime
    Prepare to be thrilled, Baltimore. The Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour is coming to town. Mansour Abdessadok, 30, of Montpellier, France, is a part of the action, traveling the world as a mime, the main character in the Cirque du Soleil show,...
  • Now D.C. wants to horn in on Baltimore's 'House of Cards' action

    Now D.C. wants to horn in on Baltimore's 'House of Cards' action
    Should state legislators fail to offer enough tax incentives to keep Frank Underwood and his "House of Cards" gang filming happily in Maryland, D.C. mayoral candidate Vincent Orange has a helpful suggestion. How about filming in Washington? Seeing as...
  • Taliban documentary shows value of Al Jazeera America

    Taliban documentary shows value of Al Jazeera America
    Six months in, there is more to say about Al Jazeera America than that its ratings stink. But that's about the only thing I see written about the Qatar-owned cable channel these days. The ratings are minuscule — about one-half the audience that Al...
  • Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'
    Filmmakers David Posamentier and Geoff Moore knew Annapolis was the perfect place to make their movie when someone heaved a trash can through a plate-glass window — and no one made a peep. The someone was actor Sam Rockwell, who stars in "Better...
  • Film tax credits pay off for Maryland [Letter]

    Film tax credits pay off for Maryland [Letter]
    Four years ago, when the state's lack of tax incentives sent our local and union film crews off to earn their taxable income in other states, I, having just spent seven months in Detroit working on a very high-budget movie about boxing robots, returned...
  • Film tax credit pays off [Letter]

    Film tax credit pays off [Letter]
    Does this house look familiar? Participating in "The Miracle on 34th Street" is a privilege a few friends and I have had for the past two years. Boh and Utz are pretty cute, right? There was a new addition to the display for 2013 — painted...
  • Baltimore's 'Monuments Men' [Editorial]

    Baltimore's 'Monuments Men'  [Editorial]
    This weekend, Baltimore moviegoers will get their first look at "The Monuments Men," the long-awaited film by director and actor George Clooney about the Allied effort during World War II to recover thousands of priceless artworks looted by the Nazis...
  • A demon returns [Commentary]

    Normally, I get neither sad nor particularly sentimental when celebrities die. But I'm really bent out of shape about Philip Seymour Hoffman's death Sunday from an apparent heroin overdose. According to friends, Mr. Hoffman had been living drug-free...
  • 'Trip to Bountiful' small moment of redemption for Lifetime

    'Trip to Bountiful' small moment of redemption for Lifetime
    I stopped paying much attention to Lifetime after the cable channel branded itself “Television for Women” in the 1990s and started offering exploitative made-for-TV movies like the 1997 production of “My Stepson, My Lover” with...
  • 'Rocky' road runs from Maryland to Broadway

    'Rocky' road runs from Maryland to Broadway
    A down-to-earth guy from a working-class city is determined to succeed in a tough business. Punching above his weight, he beats the odds and makes it into the ring, cheered on by a crowd that includes a woman who shares his modest roots and encourages his...
  • Shipley makes return engagement at Chesapeake for 'Day of the Gun'

    Shipley makes return engagement at Chesapeake for 'Day of the Gun'
    Wayne Shipley returned to Chesapeake Arts Center last weekend to host the premiere of his second independent Western film, "Day of the Gun." Before his filmmaking career, Shipley taught English and theater arts for 30 years at Andover and North County...
  • Signature Theatre presents premiere of rocky 'Beaches'

    Signature Theatre presents premiere of rocky 'Beaches'
    Over the course of 24 years, Signature Theatre has given 42 premieres, 18 of them musicals. This commitment to new work cannot be praised enough, even if it's hard to summon much enthusiasm for the 18th of those musicals, "Beaches."  This piece is based...