Mary Siegel is Sparkling in “Cirque du Soleil’s Crystal,” A Stunning Acrobatic Performance on Ice

Mary Siegel has been with Cirque du Soleil’s highly-acclaimed show Crystal since the creation of the show in 2017, waited two years when it was dark during the pandemic, and came back to the tour the moment that she could. Those who enjoy the spectacle, both on land and on the ice will adore Cirque du Soleil’s highly… Read More

Why Jude Law Was Eager to Return to the Magical World of ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’

When asked to join the wizarding world of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, Jude Law said there was no hesitation to join the team in the role of the wizard destined to be Headmaster at the famed Hogwarts. Law, the accomplished British stage and screen actor, director, producer, and screenwriter, is best known for… Read More

How Moses Storm Uses His Humble Beginnings to Forge a Successful Stand-Up Comedy Career 

When Moses Storm was a young boy, one of six children reared by missionary parents, he watched Conan O’Brien by recording episodes over Christian learning tapes. It was one of the few pleasures of a very difficult life that he has turned into a stand-up comedy routine that resonates with his audiences far and wide.… Read More

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein to Debut in the New Lifetime Series — My Killer Body with K. Michelle

Board-certified Miami-based plastic surgeon Adam J. Rubinstein, MD, FACS, is one of the plastic surgeons featured in the new  series My Killer Body with K. Michelle debuting February 3, on Lifetime. The series is about transformation and changing lives. With reports revealing over $9 billion spent on plastic surgery in 2020 alone just in the United… Read More

A Very Fond Farewell to Beloved TV Dad and Full House Star Bob Saget

Funnyman Bob Saget, the multi-talented stand-up comedian, actor, television host, game show host, and director, has left an indelible mark on the entertainment world. His grieving friends and co-stars say Hollywood lost a legend. He was known for his big heart, big hugs, and his kindness and will be missed by family, friends, and fans.… Read More

‘Pretty Woman’ star Olivia Valli Continues Her Grandfather’s Musical Legacy

What more of a treat could Philadelphia area theater lovers want than a night at the Academy of Music watching a live performance of Pretty Woman: The Musical? We will have that opportunity for the Philly premiere of Pretty Woman at the Kimmel Cultural Campus; Academy of Music from Tuesday, January 4 through Sunday, January… Read More

Artist Albina Zorina Raises Money for Breast Cancer By Donating Celebrity Paintings

Well-known Artist, Albina Zorina is known for her sophisticated paintings of Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep, Kathleen Cleaver, Al Pacino, and other A-listers. In honor of her mother Vera who had breast cancer at 51-years old and is now a breast cancer survivor, Albina has donated a stunning Angelina Jolie painting to raise funds for The Tutu Project;  a… Read More

How Best-Selling Author and Coach Sara Connell Uses Her Writing Gifts to Improve the World

Author and Coach Sara Connell  Helps Young Writers Sara Connell knows that female entrepreneurs who have a mentor or a coach, most often see their personal and career success soar to new heights. “It’s all about being lifted up and built up,” Connell says. “It has been shown that women who had a mentor or… Read More

What “Council of Dads” Michael O’Neill Wants Us To Know About the Importance of Family

From the moment you meet Michael O’Neill you know two things for sure: you have seen him before in a number of television shows and movies, and you are certain that chatting with this devoted family man is going to make you feel both rich and inspired. The native of Montgomery, Alabama, he lives with… Read More

The Way Back’s Director Gavin O’Connor on Why We All Need Second Chances

The Way Back’s director Gavin O’Connor is using the game of basketball to tell an important story about overcoming insurmountable odds and coming out the other side to find redemption. The new movie from Warner Bros. is about Jack Cunningham, (Ben Affleck), a former high school basketball star whose life has unraveled and is filled… Read More

Mean Girls Star Mary Kate Morrissey Advises Budding Actors: ‘Work hard, Play Hard and Never Give Up.’

When Mary Kate Morrissey was growing up in Upper Darby, South Philly and rural Downingtown, Pennsylvania, she found her bliss while watching and performing in musical theater. In what feels like a “pinch-me” moment she is starring in the National Tour of Mean Girls. Fortunately for Morrissey, her parents nurtured her dreams, to the point… Read More

Come From Away’s Julie Johnson Calls This: “One of the Most Life-Affirming Shows You will Ever See!”

Julie Johnson, who first came to New York to perform in the early 1990s, is proud to still be gracing the stage in the national tour of the life-affirming show Come From Away. Now playing at the Kimmel Center’s Academy of Music as part of the Philadelphia Broadway series through Sunday, November 3, Johnson says… Read More

28th Philadelphia Film Festival Offers Stunning Line-Up of Movies and Special Events

Now is the perfect time to head to the 28th Philadelphia Film Festival (PFF) for a line-up of remarkable films from noted directors in a wide range of genres. The festival, hosted by The Philadelphia Film Society, is running through October 27. There are 120 films from 41 countries to see during the memorable 11-day… Read More