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Elena Satine is a Superhero for the Pop-Culture Crowd

You may recognize her from roles appearing in Smallville, NCIS, 24: Legacy, the recent Twin Peaks reboot or Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She’s even appeared in a Spider-Man workshop on Broadway and Chris Cornell’s video short, among other formats, but… Continue Reading →

The Return of the Living Dead: The Nashville Zombie Walk

“They’re coming to get you, Barbara.” – Johnny, Night of the Living Dead It’s amazing how a single phrase like that can usher in a completely new era, but in six words, George Romero and John Russo established what would… Continue Reading →

Nashville Rep is Raisin the Bar for Quality Entertainment

Per Matt The Music City welcomes Eddie George’s return — this time at a different downtown stage, but still under the bright lights — as his character struggles to survive in A Raisin in the Sun, produced by Nashville Repertory… Continue Reading →

Actor Profile: Dan Fogler

If you saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them over the weekend, you may or may not recognize Dan Fogler. The 40-year-old actor portrays the American muggle Jacob Kowalski in the latest J.K. Rowling movie adaptation, but has lent… Continue Reading →

South Park Hits Season 20 Benchmark

This week, South Park aired the first episode of its 20th season, tying Gunsmoke and Law & Order for the second-longest running primetime TV series behind only The Simpsons, which has cataloged 28 seasons of its own, and is still… Continue Reading →

Chicago by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt The truth may be out there, somewhere, but at the Cook County Jail, it’s a fuzzy science.

Previewing the Taste of Music City Festival

Per Matt Nashville’s largest food and drink festival is celebrates its 13th-year anniversary this weekend with a celebration of foods, drinks and music.

Death of a Salesman by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt Dramatic, painful, tragic, failure, unstable, wisecracking, dismissive and difficult. Individually, each of these words represents different story elements, but together, they help create Death of a Salesman.

Six Obscure and Absurd Spider-Men in the Spider-Verse

Marvel has been exploring every (and I mean, EVERY) single interpretation of Spider-Man in their current “Edge of the Spider-Verse” storyline. The original comic book Spider-Man, Peter Parker, teams with the Miles Morales, the current Spider-Man of the Marvel Ultimate… Continue Reading →

War Horse at TPAC

Per Matt If it’s possible to attribute an Unknown poet’s quote and relate it to a play, this one is spot-on: “A horse is like a best friend. They’re always there to nuzzle you and make your life a better… Continue Reading →

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