Articles by Michelle Clay
The 2007 Hollywood Interfaith Choir Festival recognizes Los Angeles non-profit: The Harmony Project
For the fifth year, Steve Harvey presents the Hoodie Awards, highlighting those who are leaders in the community. This awards ceremony is the best party in town
The Matthew Shepard Foundation Honors: the awards ceremony conceived to recognize and celebrate the work of trailblazers in the movement to erase hate in America
Translated as IN A YELLOW SUN (MEMORIES OF AN EARTHQUAKE), the Teatro de los Andes deliveres an abstract theater piece that is both moving and visceral.
This intense drama warns to be careful of with whom you share those tiny indiscretion
If a person's love for you is tough, complicated, and sometimes indistinguishable, then they are probably your family
And Neither Have I Wings to Fly is a stunning display of fantastic writing and superb acting
Write Act Rep's latest retelling of the Shakespearean favorite is more creepy than magical
Lost Angeles at the Lillian Theater. "Find Yourself. Or Someone Better"
Mustang Sally explores a topic that is less taboo than one might think
The Only Award Show That Honors The Real Stars Of The Community
CenterStage in Baltimore revives an American classic in grand fashion and big fun
Clay: His rap is pretty fly for a White guy
The three most beautiful names in the jazz lexicon is Ann Hampton Callaway an embodiment of the legendary singers legends Billie Holiday and Betty Carter
Laughing Matters… More! assembles another eclectic group of women comics who share their lives, their stories and keep us laughing
To be, or not to be. That is the question 70-year old Regina faces in the World Premiere of Elizabeth Appell's brilliant Comic-Drama "Confessions of a Catholic Child"
Slippery Slope by writer/director Sarah Schenck is a fine independent film that is bound to have its audience talking about sex. In a good way, of course
If the quality of comedy and filmmaking defines a film's expiration date, then Tamar Halpern’s Shelf Life deserves a very long one
Does there really need to be another review of this blockbuster? Well, Yeah! I actually found more great things to say about the final chapter to the Robert Ludlum Bourne Trilogy
The Painter, His Lover, Her Husband and The Journalist
I have always been a huge fan of the play that is actually a show. A show has singing and dancing and broad humor that makes me laugh out loud. Write Act Rep's Loosely Lysisitrata delivers all this and more
Beautiful Souls makes a limited engagement at the Hudson Mainstage
Out Late, the latest play by Tim Turner, contains all the best elements found in a dramatic May-December romance, but with a queer twist
Bye Bye Birdie - A classic musical filled wall to wall with singing and dancing that celebrates family, loyalty, and the timeless enigma of intergenerational communication
BioPic "Talk to Me" features Don Cheadle as the Washington DC radio icon Petey Greene, an ex-convict who made a career of "telling it like it is"
The Los Angeles Theater Center continues its Cultural Reconstruction Series with the insightful one woman show What's an Indian Woman to Do?, starring Cherokee Indian actress, DeLanna Studi
Jonathan Epstein and Linda Hamilton tackle the infamous roles of McMurphy and Ratchet in the Berkshire Theater Festival's Main Stage production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Acclaimed hit show "The Catskill Sonata" opens at the Matrix Theater July 7th
If it is true that when one life ends another begins, then Anna is the benefactor of her dear friend Robbie's untimely demise - Lanford Wilson's Burn This is a whirlwind of high drama and bittersweet ironies
Its Just Sex toes the line of naughty without actually venturing into the truly raunchy--It's a play that is just as much about communicating, as much as about fornicating