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Geek Gal Caroline Cao is back doing what she does best — reviewing movies! This time, it’s Denzel Washington’s latest film The Tragedy of Macbeth. Who is Denzel playing? As the titular character Macbeth, Denzel Washington bears a frost-like beard…Continue Reading >
Geek Gal is back! Caroline Cao’s review of the new film Nomandland from Asian filmmaker Chloe Zhao. Disenfranchised from life and the economy? Hit the road to meet — and leave — some folks along the way. Nomadland is the…Continue Reading >
Geek Gal is back with her thoughts on Broadway’s more controversial drama. After a sold-out critically acclaimed run at the New York Theatre Workshop, Jeremy O. Harris‘ Slave Play is now sending electric shockwaves on Broadway at the Golden Theater….Continue Reading >
It ain’t easy for women of a certain age to maintain fame. Exceptions might find longevity in elevated stage fame like Bernadette Peters or Patti LuPone, but not all. Among those who have not, though not without past renown, is…Continue Reading >
We know you’ve missed her! Geek Gal Caroline Cao shares her Broadway review of Hadestown! You might know the old Greek tragedy of Orpheus and Eurydice where a musician travels south to charm the King of the Underworld and retrieve…Continue Reading >
Greetings, I come with news from the New York Comic Con 3 Below event. ΓÇ£In Mexico, when you have dinner and ask, ‘Have you seen a ghost?’ later you realize that they all have,ΓÇ¥ Guillermo del Toro said on the…Continue Reading >
Geek Gal Out! These Are The Warrior Women Writers Behind Star Wars – Find Out Why They Love The Franchise!
Women writers have enriched the literary world of Star Wars canon. The 2018 New York Comic Con held ΓÇ£A Celebration of Female Writers in a Galaxy Far, Far AwayΓÇ¥ event. ThereΓÇÖs nothing like spending my Saturday listening to smart enthusiastic…Continue Reading >
Our own Geek Gal Caroline Cao attended the New York Film Festival, which dished out some riveting pictures, ranging from sci-fi and┬ámagical┬áto the grimly real. The best films of NYFF pertained to the delicate underpinnings of class relations, which are…Continue Reading >
Penned by playwright Eva MeiLing Pollit with phantasmagorical flair, ├ël├⌐phant – now playing at┬áClemente Soto Velez Cultural Center -┬á┬áis harrowing like a dark nursery rhyme where a false sense of comfort cannot conceal darker implications. A Planet Connections Festivity production,…Continue Reading >
At the San Diego Comic-Con, Clone Wars was back! And baby, and I can’t even! Star Wars fans survived it all: The Last Jedi, Solo┬áand the end of Star Wars Rebels. But holla! San Diego Comic-Con shot out some moon-shattering…Continue Reading >