Mary Siegel is Stunning 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 unique and imaginative production of Crystal.

Dubbed a “breakthrough ice experience,” the show had its first public …

Interview: Chace Crawford And Claudia Doumit Talk The Boys Season Three!

The Boys are back and bloodier than ever as we continue to dive into season three of the Prime Video series. It is hard to believe that there are only a mere three episodes left to go and one of them just happens to be the hyped “Herogasm” episode. We didn’t think they could (or rather would) pull this one off, but all we can say is just wait and see!

We recently had a …

Tish Monaghan Talks Schmigadoon! and Her Love of Musical Theater

CAFTCAD award-winning costume designer Tish Monaghan has lent her creative talents to a number of films. From Twilight: New Moon to The Terror for which she won her CAFTCAD award, she’s expanded her horizons just beyond the fantasy and horror realm. After a long and eventful career, Tish was set to retire after the exhaustion of the pandemic but after receiving a call she soon joined AppleTV+’s musical comedy Schmigadoon! finally allowing her to work …

Karl Urban Talks ‘Exhilarating Shock’ And ‘Great Heart’ Encompassed Within Prime Video’s ‘The Boys’

The Boys season three is already off to an a incredibly depraved, yet dazzling start. Within the first three episodes alone we find all the sex, violence, gore and snarky satire that we have all come to love from this series. If you thought they couldn’t outdo themselves from the first two seasons, then look out because season three is a real doozy.

This is what we love about The Boys…despite all of the outlandish …

The Cast Of ‘Shoresy’ Share Details About Hulu’s New Comedy Series

The wait is over for fans who were eagerly anticipating “Shoresy”, a spin-off of the incredibly popular series “Letterkenny”.  The new hockey comedy series starring Jared Keeso (Letterkenny), Tasya Teles (The 100), Harlan Blayne Kytwayhat (Tribal), Blair Lamora (Paranormal Nightshift) , Keilani Rose (Flimsy), Jonathan-Ismael Diaby , and Terry Ryan is currently streaming on Hulu now.

“Shoresy” also features Ryan McDonell (The Crossing), Max Bouffard (Letterkenny), and former Kahnawake Condor and MMA fighter Andrew “The …

Author James Hallam Is Eager to Teach Us ‘Human Gifts’ to Help Us Lead Fruitful and Happy Lives

Author and United Methodist Minister James R. Hallam is an extraordinary teacher who is eager to impart vital life lessons to us when it comes to human gifts.

Drawing on a lifetime of experience as a minister, teacher, administrator, counselor, and father, Hallam uses lessons from contemporary culture, the Bible, and his own personal history to illuminate the nature of gifts ranging from love and compassion to generosity and legacy.

His profound new book, Human

Allan Sidley Talks “Daddy Issues”, His Comedy Career, and the Importance of Laughter

Comedian Allan Sidley

Father’s Day is a touching holiday for some as family dynamics aren’t always warm and fuzzy. But comedian Allan Sidley is compartmentalizing and utilizing his sorrow and comic talents to revitalize a somber story into one that will bring people joy. With his father passing away when Sidley was only 9 months old, his determined mother made sure to nurture her son and his talents which quickly came out in his writing …

Donald Mowat Shares Exciting Stories From Behind The Camera

Donald Mowat’s Long Career in Movie Makeup

Since his first Emmy win in 1992 for Mark Twain and Me, Donald Mowat has infiltrated many projects beloved by film audiences. First entering the industry in 1982 by joining the SNC Montreal Union as an assistant makeup artist, Mowat quickly gained traction for his commitment to the craft and creating looks and designs that captivated fans across the globe. He received his first Emmy nomination in 1987 …

Talk This Way Podcast [E1]: Sydney Rae White of The Wild Things

Talk This Way Podcast

The band has world tour dates lined up with The Who and Pearl Jam

On the latest episode of the Talk This Way Podcast, we caught up with Sydney Rae White of The Wild Things. The British alt-rock outfit recently finished up their sophomore LP Afterglow. In this episode, White talks about touring with The Who, playing the first U.S. shows of their career, upcoming new music, and more.

Stream the entire conversation above.…

YouTuber Monica Catapusan Shares Her Video-Making Process

Monica Tells Viewers How She Implements her Impeccable Style Into Her Reaction Videos

Based in the UK, Monica Catapusan uses her signature girly style, amiable personality, and hilarious reactions to create a community online unlike any other. Currently sitting at 47.2K subscribers Monica’s audience has only been growing as she covers more exciting shows and movies from Disney, to Marvel, to Netflix series. Since she started vlogging on Youtube 3 years ago, Monica has shifted …

Emily Gabriele Shares The Inspiring Personal Story of her Debut Album

NYC-Based Singer Emily Gabriele Shares Her Musical Story 

Alt-pop singer/songwriter Emily Gabriele is gearing up for her debut album “Omega Man” premiering on May 27th 2022. She melds many influences in her music and stresses the importance of sound and lyrical rhythm in her emotionally fluid songs. After facing a deep, personal tragedy in 2019 right in the middle of her album recording process, Emily realized the importance of transforming the inevitabilities of life into

Emmrose Talks First Ever Music Video and What it’s like Being a Young Woman in the Music Industry

Emmrose Talks About Being A Young Woman in the Music Industry

Growing up in New York City, Emma T, or Emmrose as she’s musically known, understood the importance of compartmentalizing influences from the beautiful city she’s surrounded by and her own personal experiences. Now 18 and in college, Emma is continuing her musical legacy and diving into more prevalent topics with her recently released single “Brave New World” which derives its title from Aldous Huxley’s