Review – “Greyhound”

Military-themed movies don’t come more retro than Greyhound. The film stars Tom Hanks as the captain of a U.S. naval destroyer escorting a convoy of supply ships to WWII-torn England that comes under attack by a wolf-pack of Nazi submarines. Originally scheduled for a March 2019 theatrical release, Apple acquired the film from Sony Pictures…

Review: “The God of Hell”

With the lifting of most restrictions on in-door gatherings, the curtain continues to slowly rise on live, in-person theatre in the North Bay. Many companies have made their season announcements and plan to re-open their houses to audiences with productions that will be opening from mid-August to early September. The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center gets…

Stream-a-palooza

So I’ve spent the last week trying to emulate all the cool kids by binge-watching a bunch of series I’ve been reading about but haven’t had the chance to stream. Here’s my short take on them all: Special – Netflix Give credit to creator/writer/star Ryan O’Connell for developing this series which is an autobiographically-based take…

KSRO Interview – “In Their Own Voice”

My guest on the Thursday, May 6 theatre segment on KSRO’s The Drive with Steve Jaxon was producer Beulah Vega from the Heroines, Harpies, and Harlots & Cloverdale Performing Arts Center’s streaming festival titled In Their Own Voice – a virtual on-line festival about what happens when you let a woman speak. Click below to…

KSRO Interview – “She Kills Monsters”

My guests on the Thursday, March 4 theatre segment* on KSRO’s The Drive with Steve Jaxon were director Leslie McCauley, performer Claire Grodrian, and designer Kris Hakim from the Santa Rosa Junior College Theatre Arts streaming production of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realm. * The audio file for this segment is incomplete. The file will…