Ali MacLean’s Rock n Roll Greek tragedy debuted to a packed theater at Atwater Village Theater Sunday night and received rave reviews. This Will Be Our Year, which follows the toxic love affair of Hugo (Rob Nagle), a British rock star, and Gen (Ali MacLean) a New York designer, took the audience at Ensemble Studio … More This Will Be Our Year Debuts at Ensemble Studio Theatre
Love is the drug and Hugo and Gen are junkies in Ali MacLean’s play This Will Be Our Year. Debut performance with Rob Nagle Ben Huth Ali MacLean Christine Hamilton-Schmidt and Lauren Campedelli. Directed by John Ennis. It debuts Sunday, January 19th at 7pm at Ensemble Studio Theatre LA.
Rock N Roll Greek Tragedy ‘This Will Be Our Year’ Set for Debut at Ensemble Studio Theatre photo credit: Megan Duffy LOS ANGELES, CA (Thursday, January 2nd, 2020) – The debut of new play THIS WILL BE OUR YEAR by award-winning playwright, television writer, and actor Ali MacLean, has been set for Ensemble Studio Theatre … More Ali MacLean’s ‘This Will Be Our Year’ Set for Debut at Ensemble Studio Theatre
Reposted from Antiquiet The last time I saw The Pixies‘ Doolittle tour, I was too young. As in: too young to get into the venue. My teen guy friends, Dan, Mike, and I snuck out of our houses and drove an hour south of Boston to sneak into a dive in Rhode Island called The Living … More La La Love The Pixies: The US Doolittle Tour Ends In San Diego
This year, South By Southwest was even more of a business trip for me. Not a search and destroy mission of boys, bands, and booze as it was for a lot of my friends. I had notes and cards, I had a freaking power point presentation…would I find the time to enjoy some aural pleasure? … More The Good, The Bad, and The Courtney – A Mini Review of SXSW
Blame it on the Mad Men if you want, but all of a sudden class and style are coming back into vogue in music. With acts like Mayer Hawthorne, Fitz and The Tantrums and Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings bringing 60’s soul back into the groove, it’s high time that the dudes of 90026 … More The Hounds Below – Bringing The Class & Style Of The 60s To Modern Rock
The Guitar Center’s 2009 Championship Drum Off’s moved this year to the Wiltern and that wasn’t the only moving on up they did. The contest with the $25,000 cash prize also featured a Tommy Lee headlined Bezerk spectacle, including performances by Max Weinberg (from both Bruce Springsteen and Conan O’Brien fame) playing in tandem with … More Guitar Center Fell In Love With A Drummer