“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Fantastic Beasts,” Marvel’s latest Doctor Strange,“ Antoine Fuqua’s star-packed reboot of “The Magnificent Seven, “ Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in the hot space romance “Passengers,” to the big screen adaptations of the bestselling novels The Girl on the Train and The Light Between Oceans this fall is full of movies we can’t wait to see. From September to Christmas, audiences will be treated to Brad Pitt as a sexy spy, Ben Affleck as a nerdy accountant/assassin and Tom Hanks in not one, but two flicks. This is our top picks for the upcoming season.
The Light Between Oceans (9/2): More Oscar nods seem assured for Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, in this much-anticipated adaptation of the popular novel. In post-WWI Australia, the childless and married lighthouse keepers discover a baby girl and raise her as their own — until the birth mother appears.
Sully (9/9): After landing a plane in New York’s Hudson River, Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) faces an investigation that threatens to destroy his career and reputation.
Bridget Jones’s Baby (9/16): In this third Bridget Jones film, our British heroine (Renee Zellweger) has split from Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). She’s seeing a new guy (Patrick Dempsey) — so who’s the Baby Daddy? Will true love triumph?
Snowden (9/16) Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone’s long-awaited film. The star-studded cast includes Shailene Woodley and Zachary Quinto
Blair Witch (9/16): She’s back, but this time Adam Wingard directs this follow-up, which centers on college students investigating the legend of the infamous witch and the disappearance of James’s sister. Perfect pre Halloween material.
The Magnificent Seven (Sept. 23): Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke reunite with director, Antoine Fuqua, for this remake of the classic western about mercenaries who come to the aid of a small town. Along for the ride. Chris Pratt as an explosive-loving gambler.
Storks (Sept. 23): This adorable animated film has storks delivering packages for an online megastore. When a machine starts accidentally churning out babies, they are back on the delivery route. Voiced by Andy Samberg and Jennifer Aniston.
Queen of Katwe’(9/23)David Oyelowo and Lupita Nyong’o star in this inspirational biopic about Phiona Mutesi (played by Madina Nalwanga), who grew up in the Ugandan slum of Katwe and became the world’s first female chess master.
Deepwater Horizon (9/30): Mark Wahlberg stars in the story behind the devastating explosion on the titular offshore drilling rig in 2010.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (9/30): Tim Burton, directs this adaptation of the popular novel. Eva Green stars as the birdlike Miss Peregrine and Asa Butterfield is the lad who comes to work for her. She helps him discover his “peculiar.
Denial (9/30) Irving (Timothy Spall) wages a legal battle against historian Deborah E. Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz) after she accuses him of denying the Holocaust.
The Birth of a Nation (10/7): Nate Parker not only stars in this festival hit, he also wrote and directed it. Parker playing Nat Turner, who led a violent slave uprising in 1831 Virginia. The stirring drama premiered at Sundance, where it won the Audience Award and the U.S. Grand Jury Prize.
The Girl on the Train (10/7): Emily Blunt stars in this thriller (based on the book that was hailed as “the next ‘Gone Girl’”). A lonely divorcée rides the train to and from work each day. One day, she spies something disturbing from her window seat and is soon caught up in a woman’s mysterious disappearance.
The Accountant (10/ 14): Ben Affleck is a math whiz and a forensics accountant who “un-cooks the books” for criminal organizations. He’s also very handy with a gun.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ (10/21) Tom Cruise returns as Jack Reacher, a man who goes back to his old military unit. He’s accused of murder and discovers a military conspiracy.
A Monster Calls: (10/21): A 12-year-old boy (Lewis MacDougall) deals with his mother’s illness and bullies at school by living in a world of fairy tales and monsters.Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, Liam Neeson and Geraldine Chaplin star.
Inferno (10/28): Is the film we have been waiting for. This religious thriller is based on the best-selling book. While still suffering from amnesia, symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) and his doctor (Felicity Jones) race against the clock and across Europe to foil a deadly plot that will help prevent an coming apocalypse.
Doctor Strange (11/4): Benedict Cumberbatch is Doctor Strange, need we say more?
Trolls (11/4): Justin Timberlake voices a grumpy troll survivalist and Anna Kendrick is the giddy Princess Poppy who team up to save Troll Town. James Corden also lends his voice talent.
Loving (11/4): Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga (AMC’s “Preacher”) star in the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, the plaintiffs in the 1967 U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned the law against interracial marriage. The film premiered at Cannes, where it received a standing ovation.
Arrival (11/11): Amy Adams is a linguist brought in to communicate with alien life residing in football-shaped spaceships.
Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk (11/11): Ang Lee directed this adaptation of the novel about an Iraq war hero who’s sent on a “Victory Tour” around the U.S., including a big Dallas Cowboys game. Manchester by the Sea’ (11/ 18) Casey Affleck must raise his teenage nephew after the death of his brother in this Sundance hit from writer-director Kenneth Longergan. Oscar buzz is strong on this one.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (11/18): This is the most anticipated film of the year thanks to it’s author J.K. Rowling. It is a spin off the Harry Potter series. Here magizoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) must track down an array of magical creatures in 1926 New York.
Nocturnal Animals (11/18): Jake Gyllenhaal is a character from a disturbingly violent novel that haunts Amy Adams. She believes it’s a veiled threat from its author, who happens to be her ex-husband (Armie Hammer).
Allied (11/23): Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard are really, really ridiculously good looking spies. Of course they fall in love in this WWII thriller.
Moana (11/23): Young girl on a mission as the first Polynesian Disney princess. Lin Manuel Miranda wrote the music.
Rules Don’t Apply (11/23): The new Han Solo, Alden Ehrenreich, plays a driver who’s forbidden to romance the starlet (Lily Collins) being groomed by eccentric mogul Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty).
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12/16): Felicity Jones and Diego Luna are rebels determined to steal the plans to the Death Star before it can be built.
Sing (12/21): The studio behind “Despicable Me” and “The Secret Life of Pets” has an all-animal singing competition. Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey star.
La La Land (12/2): Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling together singing and dancing all over Los Angeles!
Office Christmas Party (12/9): Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman star in this insane comedy.
The Founder(12/ 16): Michael Keaton plays Ray Kroc, the man who took McDonald’s from a small hamburger stand to the most successful fast food chain in the world.
Assassin’s Creed (12/21):
Michael Fassbender is both an ancient assassin and his descendant in this movie based on the Ubisoft videogame. Marion Cotillard also stars
Passengers (12/21): Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence in space! With a hot sex scene! What more do you need to know?
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STRIKE END LOOMS — (Via Showbiz 411/Roger Friedman) All the studio chiefs met Wedneday with the Writers Guild and will continue negotiating tomorrow, according to a WGA post.
The sudden seriousness of the studios is welcomed as the deadline looms for the 2023-24 TV season. If the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes aren’t resolved by early October, my sources say it will be impossible to put on a season.
Netflix’s Ted Sarandos, Disney’s Bob Iger, Universal’s Donna Langley and Warner Bros Discovery’s David Zaslav were present today for the negotiations, a sure sign that the studios are finally in panic mode.
There are no daytime or nighttime talk shows, no new material on TV, and actors can’t promote the fall and winter movies. The actors have already missed the Telluride, Venice, and Toronto Film Festivals. Now the New York Film Festival looms, as does the premiere of Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon.”
The so-called Fall TV Season has been decimated; the Emmy’s pushed back and just general chaos everywhere. The severity of the strike -142 days in- has hurt almost-every-single below-the-line sector, from caterers to limo drivers to costume houses. It’s reported that it will take up to 10-12 weeks to fully resume everything. That means early-November and let’s not forget come Thanksgiving, the holiday season officially starts. Stay tuned.
LOVE, BURT AT THE CUTTING ROOM — Monday night at Steve Walter’s Cutting Room was the presentation of Love, Burt – celebrating the majesty and memory of Burt Bacharach’s music.
The show really moved me and reminded me of the reason I do what … the music!
The show was just sumptuous – with the assembled group -led by Mike Visceglia- honoring and doing proper justice to a host of Bacharach songs – everything from “Baby, It’s You” to “One Less Bell To Answer,” The Look Of Love” and “Alfie” were all dutifully done. Especially poignant was their rendition of “A House Is Not A Home.”
The fact of the matter is that when these songs were recorded, they were embedded into everyone’s consciousness. These versions were good, but the originals remain standout. You hear a lot about the Great American Songbook, but these songs are the “new” Great American Songbook. Just luscious.
They ended the show was one of my favorite-Bacharach songs, from the 1988 album Burt recorded with Elvis Costello, Painted From Memory. One of the album’s strongest cuts is “God Give Me Strength.” It was simply sensational. Spotted there were Benny Harrison and Maria Milito from Q1043.
The room was packed like never before; what a night!
SHORT TAKES — Micky Dolenz headlines the ACE Theatre Friday night in LA, and was a guest on KTLA Wednesday. Here’s a shot of him on-set with Sam Rubin who interviewed him with the KTLA-gang. Sam’s the second from left. Industry stalwarts at the ACE Theatre show include legendary-LA Times writer Randy Lewis; LA Magazine’sRoy Trakin and Goldmine’s Ken Sharp … Roger Friedman reported Wednesday that the pre-sales of Jann Wenner’s upcoming book Masters have been severely impacted by his New York Times interview. Take a read here: https://www.showbiz411.com/2023/09/20/jann-wenners-new-book-the-masters-drops-in-pre-sales-run-on-amazon-almost-off-the-top-2000-after-scandal-erupts And just last night his big presentation at NYC’s 92nd Y with Cameron Crowe was shuttered as well … SIGHTING: Alison Martino at NYC’s Algonquin Hotel …
When Apple TV’s The Morning Show debuted years ago (November 2019), created and run by Kerry Ehrin, it was a first-rate series certainly of The Sopranos-like and Mad Men-like caliber. Billy Crudup was astonishingly good as were Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell. The second season was basically trash. Three episodes in on a third season -with a 4th already guaranteed- it’s kind of a mixed-bag. I did not care for the first two EPs, but the third was bordering on the edge of greatness – and Witherspoon wasn’t even in this one and there was no explanation why. Jon Hamm has joined the cast as sort of an Elon Musk-figure. To me, he’s still Don Draper, just with an updated wardrobe. Most of the production staff has been replaced and it seemed to me, they’re still finding their way. The trouble is, that with these 8 or so episode-runs, it gets really good at episode 6. Go figure …
Rupert Murdoch to retire per CNBC? More on this next column … Meg Ryan and David Duchovny in What Happens Later – looks cute and Ryan directed it – check out the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqTZqSglhZo … RIP Roger Whitaker
and Happy Bday David McCallum; Curtis Urbina; and Bill Murray!
NAMES IN THE NEWS — Glenn Gretlund; Jodi Ritzen; Leonard Nimoy; Tom & Lisa Cuddy; Scott Shannon; Zach Martin; Michelle Grant; Art Rutter; Maria Milito; Joe Lynch; Melinda Newman; Mandy Naylor; Kimberly Cornell; Sam Rudin; Jim Clash; Terry Jastrow; Randy Alexander; Bob Merlis; Andrew Sandoval; Art Rutter; and CHIP!
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WENNER TAKES A DOWN —Jann Wenner always speaks his mind and this week he may have overstepped just a bit. In an interview that ran in the New York Times about his new book called Masters, he quite openly said that there were no black or R&B artists in it, because they were not able to articulate properly. I know, I felt the same way reading that. Minutes later, he was let go by the board of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which he helped start with Ahmet Ertegun way back in 1983.
His Like A Rolling Stone autobiography book was quite an indulgent read last year, but Wenner has in the last several years suffered several health set backs and it was pointed out that he may not be in his right mind. Still, he should have spoken way more carefully. I’ve known Wenner for decades and trust me, he feels he’s way entitled, and that said, you can rest assured that there were dozens and dozens of people (and former employees) waiting to take him down.
The sad fact is that most of the accusations are true. That said, let’s face it Rolling Stone magazine in it’s heyday was a miraculous outlet for so much music and terrific journalism – from Ben Fong-Torres to Hunter Thompson and Jann himself .. it was distinguished. Now, he may have killed it all.
Rolling Stine magazine Monday posted this – essentially disowning his from the magazine: “Jann Wenner’s recent statements to the New York Times do not represent the values and practices of today’s Rolling Stone. Jann Wenner has not been directly involved in our operations since 2019. Our purpose, especially since his departure, has been to tell stories that reflect the diversity of voices and experiences that shape our world. At Rolling Stone’s core is the understanding that music above all can bring us together, not divide us.”
Here’s the report from Deadline: https://deadline.com/2023/09/jann-wenner-removed-rock-and-roll-hall-fame-foundation-board-1235548690/comment-page-1/#comment-3858649
DREW’S BLUES — Boy, what did Drew Barrymore ever do to deserve the treatment she’s been through with the media. Sure, her ideas to bring back her daily-chat fest was a good one, for the right reasons, but everyone from Rosie O;’Donnell to the trade papers have bounced on her like madmen. I never met her, don’t hate her, but really … let’s get back to something real, like these Russell Brand-accusations!
SHORT TAKES — We finally caught David Bryne and Fatboy Slim’s Here Lies Love and absolutely loved it. I remember it well when it premiered at the Public Theater way back when and knew they were trying to get it to Broadway. Honestly, I never thought twice about the Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos story, but the play was riveting then and it remains now. They’ve outfitted NYC’s magnificent Broadway Theater with disco-balls galore and club-lighting and the immersive experience is terrific. Here’s a great re-cap of the play’s evolution from Theatre Guide: https://www.newyorktheatreguide.com/theatre-news/news/how-the-music-of-here-lies-love-evolved-on-the-way-to-broadway …
Micky Dolenz appeared on Sunday’s Breakfast With The Beatles with Chris Carter (on KLOS) and talked about his new Dolenz Sings R.E.M. on Glenn Gretlund’s 7a Records. He also talked about his time with The Beatles and John Lennon. Carter also played a mash-up of Monkees and Beatle-songs which was done in England and it was superb. Here’s a shot from the event at LA’s Hard Rock Cafe on Highland and Hollywood Blvd. … SIGHTING: PR-pasha David Salidor and Benny Harrison at Monday’s Cutting Room tribute to Burt Bacharach … RIP Sammy Ash …
I’ve been thinking the best way to describe Jimmy Buffet and I saw this headline in LA Magazine: leisure evangelist– and it fits perfectly …
Happy Bday Donnie Kehr and Richard Branciforte.
NAMES IN THE NEWS — Dan Mapp; Brad Auerbach; James Clash: Robbie Robertson; Carol Ruth Weber; Randy Alexander; Tom & Lisa Cuddy; Andrew Gans; Kathy Brown; Roger Clark; Chris Boneau; Tricia Daniels; Dan Zelinski; Benny Harrison; Steve Walter; Gil Friesen; Donna Dolenz; Dan Mapp; Brad Auerbach; James Clash; and ZIGGY!
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STRIKE UPDATE— (Via TV Line) “9-1-1, what’s your TV emergency?” The dual WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes need to be resolved by the end of this month if scripted primetime fare such as 9-1-1: Lone Star and The Cleaning Lady are to return with new episodes in the 2023-24 TV season, says Fox entertainment president Michael Thorn.
When last we tuned in, 29 days ago, the WGA had countered the AMPTP’s latest offer; no next meeting has been scheduled. Things are proceeding even slower on the SAG-AFTRA front. Sources tell TVLine that it will take scripted shows roughly eight weeks to get back into production once the strikes are resolved.
“You’re going get to a point in the fall, in the late fall, where it’s going to be very hard to launch [scripted shows] within the traditional TV viewing season,” Thorn told our sister site Deadline.
If the strikes are resolved later than October 1, that’s where difficult scheduling decisions will have to be made.
“If that means the [delayed scripted] show could work and succeed in the summer [of 2024], great,” Thorn said. Or, “If it’s better to wait for the fall and use football and sports” to promote/launch scripted seasons, “we’ll do that.
“You could use October 1 as the date” by which the writer and actor strikes need to be settled,” Thorn added. “Every show is different but sometimes when you’re staring at a May launch date, you always wonder, ‘Is that the best time?’” to premiere a season/series
Fox’s fall TV slate features one full night of scripted animated fare (on Sundays), while the rest of the week is rife with multiple Gordon Ramsay cooking competitions, new seasons of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, Name That Tune and The Masked Singer, 9-1-1: Lone Star reruns, the new, David Spade-hosted Snake Oil game show, and, of course, Friday Night SmackDown.
But whenever the magical day comes for live-action scripted fare to return to our screens, “we’re going to return those shows with vigor,” Thorn avowed. “We really pride ourselves on ‘less is more’ and we were fortunate to be able to really put our money where our mouth is in that regard. When we return, Animal Control is going to get the full backing of this far-reaching platform [as will] John Wells’ new show, Rescue: Hi-Surf, when we launch it.”
Several columns back we posited that the strike might just be settled by Labor Day .. and we were lambasted with emails from a scattering of actors, writers and below-the-line talent that it would not be. They were right. As Gordon Gekko said, greed is good. Is it? Let’s all make nice and good back to work.
SHORT TAKES — As you may know the Toronto Film Festival has been going on and the two films that have received the most buzz are the Paul-Simon/Alex Gibey doc,
In Restless Dreams and Knox Goes Away starring Michael Keaton, who also directs, with Al Pacino, can’t wait to see both. Bravo! …The latest episode of Hulu’s Only Murders In The Building was just OK. So far, this third season has totally underwhelmed us. We said a few columns back it was most likely due to the fact that Martin hasn’t written any of the episodes so far. Why? I have no idea. Matthew Broderick played himself, but with a little more anxiety than usual, but the real highlight of this episode was a video-phone call between Martin Short and Mel Brooks. Irresistibly funny … Hard to believe that it’s the 25th anniversary of MTV’s ground-breaking TRL Live (Total Request Live).
Carson Daly did a nice remembrance on Thursday’s Today Show, even citing John Norris and Kurt Loder, who were key correspondents. They taped many of the shows at NYC’s long-gone Palladium (now an NYU dorm), but many, many memories come to mind; Hall & Oates rehearsing in their dressing room
and running into Debbie Gibson is one. Daly pointed out -and rightly so- TRL was a fan-driven show, where viewers had to request what to hear. These days I guess it’s just a download. Much missed for sure …
Funny watching Carrie Underwood this morning; as she she reminded me so much of Shania Twain. from the music, to her visuals. As always, her “Before He Cheats” is tremendous and a big crowd pleaser … It’s a funny world for sure.
When RL Stine’s Goosebumpsfirst debuted in 1992, it was heralded as refreshingly new, both for the kid-demo and its brilliance. There were a few attempts at a series (even with Stine introducing them) and even a movie in 2015 that did just so-so. Now, with Netflix’s Stranger Things having hit a home run, Disney+ is starting a series, with Justin Long, that appears to veer dangerously close to Stranger Things. Also, oddly enough, Stine does not appear to be involved with it. He says: “I wish I knew something about it. I’m not in the loop. It looked to me like they weren’t going to do an anthology show. They were going to do something different that was some kind of continuing story. That’s what it appeared. But I have no information about it.” It begins on October 31. Have a look at the trailer:
Great Bernie Taupin interview on NY Live with Sara Gore. They’re friends, so the interview as sensational. Check it out:
NAMES IN THE NEWS —Andrew Sandoval; Jacqueline Boyd; Alison Martino; Robert Funaro; Tom & Lisa Cuddy; Roy Trakin; Daryl Estrea; Glenn Gretlund; Jane Blunkell; Roger Friedman; Felix Cavaliere; Dan Mapp; Jim Kerr; Sam Rubin; Liz White; Grace Mendoza; Roy Trakin; and ZIGGY!
Cynthia Bailey is September Cover Star of ‘Mr Warburton Magazine’
Actress and TV personality Cynthia Bailey is the September cover star of the relaunch of Mr Warburton Magazine.
The inspiration for the shoot was 1975 film Mahogany starring Diana Ross. We took over a street in DTLA and created a set.
“I wanted to show Cynthia in a different way. No wigs, just character,” says EIC Derek Warburton. “I have been friends with Cynthia half of my life and this is the first time she has posed for one of my magazines. I feel the world has a specific view of her but I see so much more. She is a chameleon & at 56 years old Hollywood isn’t gonna know what hit them when she gets the right role.”
Be sure to check out the new double cover issue HERE.
Santino Fontana Brings Voice, Comedy and Showmanship To 54 Below
Tony Award® winner Santino Fontana brings his tremendous talent to 54 Below and it is a show that wraps you up in his humor, charm, vocal prowess, laid back demeanor, jeopardy style musical choices and over all entertaining. By the end of the show you feel as if you know him or at least a part of him. Starting off with Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’s “Stick Around,” the night turned into a Russian roulette of material. The audience picked numbers and as Santino put it “if you don’t like the show, it’s your fault.” First up for my show was the naughty but amusing “Making Love Alone” followed by Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella‘s “Do I Love You,” which made for an amusing combination of songs. During Cinderella Mr. Fontana had shoes that were built up 2 inches inside and 2 inches outside, which cause a tremendous amount of pain, so the song told the story of his plight, which made the song take on a much different meaning. Sondheim’s “Anyone Can Whistle,” was sung for a Carol Burnett tribute, that luckily we were treated to.
His guest for the evening was Sarah Steele (“The Good Wife,” The Humans, The Country House) who sang “out There On My Own” from Fame. On the 14th it will be Greg Hildreth (Company, Disney’s Frozen, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella). Click on the name and you can hear that version.
Showing off his baritone side with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “If I Loved You.” We almost got to see Santino in Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields”s Sweet Charity, instead we got hint of what that would be like with “Too Many Tomorrows.” A hilarious version of “I feel Pretty” from West Side Story lightened the mood and had the room in tears. Recreating his duet “Love Is An Open Door” from Frozen, Santino channeled Dorothy Michaels from Tootsie. Again the room was laughing with the sheer comedic genius that won Mr. Fontana a Tony Award. Bringing the energy to a calmer state was the emotional Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley’s “Who Can I Turn To?”
Vocally the most impressive song of the night was “Joey, Joey, Joey” from Most Happy Fellow. Mr. Fontana’s voice was glorious in the tones and the subtle texturing. Keeping in the ballad mode and honoring Marilyn Bergman he launched into the iconic “Where Do You Start,”while accompany himself on the piano, which was highly impressive. Back to the uptempo mode “I Met A Girl” from Bells Are Ringing, was given a rigorous, amusing take. This was his original audition song. Lerner and Loewe’s “How to Handle a Woman,” from the recent Camelot, showed how Santino would have made an excellent King Arthur.
Another favorite moment of the night was “Buddy’s Blues” from Follies. Already a personal favorite, this made me want to see Santino play this role at a later date, though personally I would cast him as Ben.
For the finale songs “The Music In You” from Cinderella, told how he and the cast loved watching the magnificent Victoria Clark perform. “This Can’t Be Love” from 1938 Rodgers and Hart musical The Boys from Syracuse, ended up in an encore, of Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones’s “They Were You” from The Fantasticks, which made my guest producer Pat Addiss extremely happy.
Santino was backed by his musical director and accompanist Cody Owen Stine, who played flawlessly.
Santino Fontana opened September 10th at 54 Below and you can still catch this marvelous show tonight September 14th. 54below.com
This is a do not miss!
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