Barbara Gehring and Linda Klein in Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women
Photo by Terry Shapiro
Fun shows come around often, however not many as truly as heartwarmingly funny as “Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women”. Barbara Gehring and Linda Klein team up for this slumber party with one hundred of your closest girlfriends and will send you home searching for your childhood diary. This no holds barred comedy speaks directly to women and audience members feel like they grew up with Gehring and Klein. (Continue Reading at Examiner.com)
Krystina Alabado as the Mistress and Josh Young as Che in the National Tour of EVITA. Photo Credit: Richard Termine
The Tony Award winning musical “Evita” has once again stopped in the Mile High City. Gracing the stage of The Buell Theatre, this jaw dropping political drama by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice whisks theatregoers to Argentina in the early twentieth century. A tale of rags to riches, this beloved musical follows the life of Eva Duarte; future First Lady of Argentina. From her late adolescence to her untimely passing, “Evita” tugs at the heartstrings while taking a look at the cult of personality that followed Eva Peron. (Continue Reading on Examiner.com)
Join Heather and Michelle in the first ever Who Girls podcast! We discuss The Time of The Doctor and our thoughts on Peter Capaldi.
In the age of multitasking we can complete any imaginable task simply utilizing the smartphone in our hands. The challenge however is when truly having to complete another task yet still need to see the information displayed on the phone at the same time. When cooking for instance, if you have the recipe on your phone and forget a step, you either have to wash your hands or just pick up your phone knowing that your hands are covered in flour. A new product from BlueLounge helps the smartphone user by creating a convent and stylish display space for our favorite device. Milo is a micro suction stand that is compatible with all smartphones. (Continue on Examiner.com)