The Gin Game

The Gin Game

The Gin Game is a two-person tragicomedy and a play by Donald. L. Coburn. The play was a conflict between a man and a woman who uses a card game as a metaphor for life. It got premiered at the American Theatre Arts in Hollywood in September 1976 starring Weller Martin and Fonsia Dorsey originally.

The two elderly residents strike up an acquaintance where neither seems to be having any other friends and enjoy each others company well. Weller and Fosnia begin playing a series of games i.e. Gin Rummy, where the latter always wins. Eventually, they get to know about their families and their lives outside the world with deep long conversations turning into battles.

The Gin Game opened up on Broadway on October 06, 1977 at the John Golden Theatre with more than 517 performances. Directed by Kip Niven, the play went on to be presented at the Actors Theatre of Louisville festival of new plays, the Long Wharf Theatre on July 1977, and the Wilbur Theatre, Boston.

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Long Grove Apple Fest

Long Grove Apple Fest

The 2019 edition Apple Fest will take place in historic downtown Long Groove for the 28th consecutive year. The fest hosts visitors from all around the country. and guarantees ounces of fun. The apple orchards become home to dozens of local merchants with baskets of freshly picked apples along with other original Long Grove products. As always the Long Grove festival showcases music on the festival’s three stages.

The heart of apple festival includes local made, apple-inspired cuisines with countless of handmade options including items like chocolate caramel apples, apple wine, hard apple ciders, spiced apple lattes, apple pie, apple cheesecake, apple sugar cookies, apple crisps and much more.

Apart from the Apple Fest, you can also enjoy various other activities along with your friends, kids, and family. The event features live entertainment, music, shopping, fine dining, as well as exciting games for children such as pony rides, kiddie rides, face painting, etc. Welcome the three-day annual festival with great enthusiasm and participation.

Life is Beautiful Festival

Life is Beautiful Festival

Life is Beautiful is a three-day, pop-up music, comedy, culinary, art and learning festival in Las Vegas, born in 2013 as part of the major transformation of the downtown. The festival is about creating an enriching experience of art and cultural exchanges. The three-day event features music acts, artists, thinkers, and other flourishing talent. The festival-goers flow into the streets of the downtown to experience the music and art including massive murals and interactive sculpture exhibits.

The festival aims at building a brand uniting people around artistic experiences ranging from music to street artists. A touch of comedy also plays an important role in the Life is Beautiful Festival with the topmost comedians. When people with the same interests come together, it encourages optimism, culture and creativity, and therefore transformation occurs.

This year’s festival includes artists such as Chance the Rapper, Billie Eilish, Vampire Weekend, Lil Wayne, Janelle Monaé, Post Malone and The Black Keys. Life is Beautiful has contributed over $350 million to economic impact and was nominated for “Music Festival of the Year” by Billboard Live.

Young Frankenstein

Young Frankenstein

Young Frankenstein is a 1974 American comedy horror film about Dr. Frankenstein’s grandson. The story is about an American grandson of a not so famous scientist who struggles to prove that his grandfather is not as insane as people believe him to be.

The film adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, was produced by Universal Pictures in the 1930s. The film is a parody of the classic horror film genre as well as one of the scariest comedies of all time. A young neurosurgeon inherits the castle of his grandfather and repeats his experiments after years of not living up to the family reputation. On discovering the diary of his grandfather, he begins to feel differently, repeat the experiments of ancestors and tends to create a very unique monster in the whole process.

Young Frankenstein ranked No. 28 on Total Film magazine’s readers “List of the 50 Greatest Comedy Films of All Time”, No. 56 on Bravo TV’s list of the “100 Funniest Movies”, and No. 13 on the American Film Institute’s list.

Young Frankenstein, the musical opened on Broadway in 2007 to mixed reviews. A revised version of the show opened in 2017 to positive reviews. Get tickets now to view a live show of Young Frankenstein.

The Scenario Studio

The Scenario Studio

The Scenario Studio is known for producing elaborate photo shoots for celebrities and fortune companies for the past 12 years. The famous studio in Los Angeles features a collection of full-scale, professional photography sets, designed by world-famous photographer and set designer, John Ganun. He custom designs each installation and perfectly trains his professional and friendly crews to implement his creations.

The studio is a pop-up event featuring a collection of full-scale and interactive photography sets. The team designs each photo set with LED lighting equipment and techniques which allow the guests to have amazing photographs taken by the Scenario team with their professional cameras.

The experience of the photo booth begins at the prop table where the guests are greeted and styled by the team members. Our photographers familiarize the guests with a variety of poses which you can review after the shoot. The studio has been hired by companies such as Facebook, Netflix, Coca-Cola, YouTube, SpaceX, etc. and over 100 top-grade celebrities.

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The Imaginators

The Imaginators

The Imaginators is the story of three children and the power of their imagination, written by Dwayne Hartford and directed by Lynne Streeter Childress. The play tells the story of a brother and sister, Tim and Anne, who have just moved to a new town. Tim is a playful 9-year old who loves to play games and makeup stories, while his sister Anne is a serious 10-year old girl. She refuses to play with her little brother when the family moves, fearing kids from her new school will see them and make fun of her.

In this play, children discover their strengths, the value of cooperation, and unlimited power of imagination. The children meet Nina Frances Elizabeth Vanderhelden, the girl from next door who takes an eager Tim and a reluctant Anne on a great make-believe adventure. With the help of moving boxes and whatever else they could find in the garage to create their imaginary world, the three battle the child-eating monster, the Mooklecratz and figure out ways of defeating the beast. The play encourages children and adults to never lose their sense of play and creativity.

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The Color Purple

The Color Purple

The Color Purple follows the life of Celie Johnson as she struggles with real life hardships in the early 1900s. The story begins with 14-year-old uneducated, black girl, Celie, who was born into poverty and segregation. Being raised in a rural and isolated town in Georgia, Celie narrates her life through painful and honest letters to God.

A film, directed by Steven Spielberg and a screenplay by Menno Meyjes was made in 1985. The musical and film are based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name by Alice Walker.

Celie is raped repeatedly by a man she calls her ‘father’, Alphonso. She has two children which are taken away from her and Alphonso warns her not to tell anybody but God.

The story portrays problems African American women faced during the early 20th century including domestic violence, poverty, racism, and sexism. The film was a box office success and received positive reviews from the critics for acting and direction. It got nominated for eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and four Golden Globe Award nominations.

The Color Purple was later included in Roger Ebert’s book series, The Great Movies.

Run For Your Wife

Run For Your Wife

Run For Your Wife is comedy play written by Ray Cooney. The story is a mix of situational comedy and light humor with many relatable situations. The story features bigamist, John Smith, a taxi driver with two wives, two lives and a very precise schedule for juggling them both. John Smith appears to be the happiest man in the world loving his job and his two wives in two separate cities.

Smith gets into trouble one day when he saves an old lady from two youngsters and ends being mugged, hit on the head and winding up in a hospital. He becomes hopelessly entangled in his attempts to explain why two wives report him to be missing. Though he’s the sweetest and most lovable husband in the world, his existence is immediately threatened by the press, police, and his best friend Gary.

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Glen Hansard

Glen Hansard

An Academy Award-winning songwriter, musician, singer, and actor, Glen Hansard was born on April 21st, 1970 in Dublin, Ireland. He formed a band, The Frames, in 1990, where he was vocalist and guitarist for the Irish group.

Glen Hansard left his school at the age of 13 to begin busking on Dublin streets. He came to be known internationally as a guitar player in the 1991 Alan Parker film, The Commitments. He released his first album, without The Frames on April 22nd 2006 on Overcoat Recordings and Czech singer and multi-instrumentalist Marketa Irglova.

Hansard is best known outside Ireland for his leading role in the award-winning film, Once, directed by his former band-mate John Carney. The film had its United States premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007 which also received the Festival’s World Cinema Audience Award.

The movie featured songs from Hansard’s back catalog of writings including compositions co-written by Marketa Irglova. The song ‘Falling Slowly’ was nominated for the 2007 Grammy for “Best Song Written for a Motion Picture” and won the 2007 Academy Award for “Best Original Song”.

In recent years, Hansard has grown with his reputation as a bearded balladeer.