Sunday, September 14, 2014 Elul 19, 5774
Spotlight on Center City for star talent? Here's the proof
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Does Aretha Franklin have an avatar in Rodney Robb? Better yet -- does Rodney Dangerfield? Fix him up with a skinny tie, a rumpled shirt, bug-out eyes, and I tell ya, I tell ya, that Rodney Robb gets no respect. Well, respect this: As owner/president of the Actors Center and Baby Boomers Talent Management, Robb can count among his alums...
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"The Little Traitor" is a little treasure. A coming-of-age allegory about a young boy and a young nation, "Traitor" is seditiously seductive. It straps the story of a Jewish youngster accused of collaborating with a British officer during that nation's mandate control of Palestine around a lovely, funny rites of passage play for both the boy and the State of...
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Could hair stylist Jonathan Antin be the tonsorial Simon "Scissorhands"?
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Gonna wash that man right out of your hair? What for? He's a keeper. And not only does the hair-styling industry know it; so does TV. Jonathan Antin's antics are familiar to those who coveted his breezy "Blowout," Bravo's tonsorial treat in which the stylist to the stars ran wild with audiences in pursuit of his daily dish and snips,...
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Love means never having to say you're ... sumo? With all due respect to the recently deceased author Erich Segal, love -- and self-image -- are a big part of the questions rolled around on the mat in the delightfully sumo-set arena of "A Matter of Size," the opening entry in the Israeli Film Festival, set to unspool on Feb...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Sara Keisler Greenberg's first film, all of 12 minutes, might be called "The Little Class Project That Could -- and Did -- Make It All the Way to the United Nations." The 22-year-old from Gladwyne is the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors and a recent graduate of Yale University. Last spring, as a senior, she opted to make a film rather...
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