BY Casey Krosser in Movies on Oct 27, 2011 |
In The Education of Dee Dee Ricks, a documentary airing tonight on HBO, Dee Dee Ricks is a wealthy, materialistic socialite who has everything--including breast cancer. She is lucky to have the money and health insurance to provide herself with her needed health care. But the piling medical bills are a sobering life changer for Dee Dee, as she becomes empathetic to women with breast cancer who aren’t as lucky as she is. Having cancer opens Dee Dee up ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser in Boob Tube on Oct 20, 2011 |
The documentary I've been dying to see since I first saw the trailer is finally premiering on TV tonight! Do not miss Miss Representation by Jennifer Siebel Newsom; it's sure to be a powerful film about modern women's depictions in the media.
This is not just a film, it's the catalyst to a growing movement and a call to challenge the media. They've launched numerous social change campaigns already including, Represent Us, where anyone can ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser in Movies on Oct 19, 2011 |
Attention Madge fans, the new trailer for Madonna's movie W.E. has dropped. Will it be her comeback into the film world? From the looks of the trailer, the cinematography looks beautiful and the music is lovely.
The film, written and directed by Madonna, takes place in 1930s England, and is Madonna's take on the affair between American socialite Wallis Simpson and and King Edward VII. King Edward later abdicated the throne to be with Ms. ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser in Feminizzle on Oct 18, 2011 |
This past weekend I was lucky to catch the last show of the world premiere stage adaptation of Newsies, at the Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ. The stage show was the cult movie, with all the loveable characters, dance moves, and all of my favorite songs, but also with notable differences. There were changes to the details of the story, some new songs, and some lyric changes. My favorite change from the movie was the addition of a lady ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser in Artsy on Oct 11, 2011 |
Miranda Huba’s new play, Hospital City, tells a poetic tale about two sisters desperately trying to escape their lives. The sisters are introduced as poor drug addicts who’ve been at a debaucherous party all night and one of the sisters, Mia, has committed a wrongdoing. It’s quickly apparent that Mel is always taking care of her sister Mia. Mia is blissfully ignorant of any problem and is contented to stay at the party, ... Read More