Public Relations by Katie Heaney & Arianna Rebolini (2017)
NA Fiction | Contemporary Romance |Rom-Com | (TV-14)
“Young PR star Rose Reed is thrown into the big leagues when her boss leaves town the day of the firm’s meeting with Archie Fox, a young, hot, internationally famous British singer-songwriter. The meeting is going badly until Rose suggests a staged romance with up-and-coming, young indie star Raya. He’ll do it, but only if Rose becomes his publicist. Continue reading
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Fairly Certain (Love of Fairs #1) by Deborah Ann Davis (2015)
Teen | FantasyBlurb:
“What would you do if you thought you couldn’t fail?
Fairly Certain is the unlikely adventure of Petir Capota, a nineteen year old computer geek who finds himself back in the days of Robin Hood after falling out of a tree. He awakens in the forest surrounded by a band of young British scavengers, clothed as if in Old England. His instinct to freak out is tempered by the arrival of a lovely maiden wearing a bow…and arrow. Coming from college life where fair maiden types don’t ordinarily go for computer geek types, Petir is fairly certain he can try whatever he wants in this strange realm, and without consequence…so why not pursue Maid Rianne? Continue reading
Grease: Live! by Fox TV (TV Movie-Concert, 2016)
Musical | Comedy
Lead Cast: Juliann Hough (Sandy), Aaron Tveit (Danny), Vanessa Hudgens (Rizzo)
“After enjoying a summer romance, high school students Danny and Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when she transfers to Rydell High. There Sandy must contend with cynical Rizzo and the Pink Ladies in attempt to win Danny’s heart again.” -IMDB Continue reading
What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton (1969)
Theatre | Comedy: Satirical FarceBlurb:
“Joe Orton’s last play, What the Butler Saw, will live to be accepted as a comedy classic of English literature” (Sunday Telegraph) The chase is on in this breakneck comedy of licensed insanity, Continue reading
Woman in Mind by Alan Ayckbourn (1986)
Theatre | TragicomedyBlurb:
“By turns sad and funny, satiric and moving, Alan Ayckbourn’s intelligent British comedy Woman in Mind charts, without sentimentality or heartless irony, a frowsy middle-aged Englishwoman’s hopeless descent into psychosis.”
–Goodreads Continue reading