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reviews


  • Susan Sarandon Shines in Happy Talk

    by Bruce Chadwick

    Written by Jessie Eisenberg, Happy Talk focuses on a woman enthralled by South Pacific, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein show about life in the Pacific during World War II.


  • A Bloody Mary Bar and a Barroom Full of Fun

    by Bruce Chadwick

    The story includes the history of the Bloody Mary, Irish Coffee. Champagne and the Bellini, brunch drinks, told in spirited, light hearted songs presented by a seasoned and a deliciously giddy cast.


  • The Price of Thomas Scott is Pretty High

    by Bruce Chadwick

    The drama is a sturdy look at the lives of women in that era and shows how thousands of them found work in millinery and other women’s’ shops, creating a whole new underclass of fashion workers.


  • Cracking the World War II Nazi Code

    by Bruce Chadwick

    A review of "The Imitation Game." The power of the film is the ever urgent need to crack the Nazi code amid the nearly non-stop bombing of London and other areas of England by the German Luftwaffe and, later, V-2 rockets.