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Archive for September, 2017

Find Out Why the Funniest Comics Get Bruce

Friday, September 29th, 2017

Boulder Jewish News
Find Out Why the Funniest Comics Get Bruce
By Kathryn Bernheimer ??September 25, 2017

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Why the title “Get Bruce?”

The title has two meanings. The first is a command issued by any high-ranking comic in need of a good joke. As in, “I have just been invited to host the Oscars! Get Bruce!

The other is a question: Do you get Bruce? Do you get his humor?

The documentary, being screened at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm Wednesday at the Boulder JCC, makes sure we do get Bruce, a flamboyant, sweet, outrageous giant of humor. He appears in person at Reel Hope on October 14 at the Boulder JCC. The ACE screening is in anticipation of the Jewish Family Service fundraiser. Read More

Bruce Vilanch To Attend The LGBTQ Palm Springs Film Festival

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

Desert Sun
Xochitl Pena, The Desert Sun Published 5:29 p.m. PT Sept. 15, 2017

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When Cinema Diverse premiered in 2008, the lineup was 15 films, including “Shelter,” a coming-of-age romance produced by J.D. Disalvatore.

Ten years later and with 91 films, the line-up has grown significantly, but it still includes a screening of “Shelter,” a coming-of-age romance produced by J.D. Disalvatore.

Resurrecting the inaugural event film is part of the special programming intended to help celebrate the LGBTQ film festival’s 10th anniversary, Thursday through Sept. 24 at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, said Michael C. Green, Cinema Diverse festival director and executive director of the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Read More

Aaron Lazar Will Offer From Broadway to Hollywood in Los Angeles: The solo show is penned by Bruce Vilanch and Scott Mauro

Friday, September 8th, 2017

Playbill
Aaron Lazar Will Offer From Broadway to Hollywood in Los Angeles
BY ANDREW GANS
SEP 07, 2017

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Aaron Lazar

Aaron Lazar, whose Broadway credits include Mamma Mia!, A Little Night Music, The Last Ship, and Les Miserables, will offer his solo show, Aaron Lazar: From Broadway to Hollywood, September 25 at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles.

In addition to a mix of tunes, the actor will also share stories of working with Angela LansburyMichael Crawford, Catherine Zeta-JonesPatrick Wilson, Joan Allen, Matthew Morrison, Marsha Mason, Andre De Shields, and more. Show time is 8 PM. Read More