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Snow April 13, 2014 at 01:04 am
My problem with this? Who to watch- Colbert or Fallon? Tough choice. Wonder if Fallon will shareRead More Timberlake or not?
WMS826 April 13, 2014 at 08:42 am
If you don't like it then don't watch....then stop bringing up Fox News when you liberals are backedRead More into a corner or rush Limbaugh. These are not suppose to be political shows yet for some reason they choose to put a man in that slot with a political agenda. Bad choice in my opinion.
Brian N April 13, 2014 at 09:13 am
Colbert will have no political agenda on The Late Show. Maybe you should read more about the actualRead More man instead of making comments based off if a 'character' that he plays on a completely different kind of TV show.
Jim Clayton March 28, 2014 at 03:51 pm
Snookie recenlty appeared in the TV series "Supernatural" and also on a WWE wrestlingRead More event where she did a triple back flip off the ropes so she seems to be trying all different venues for exposure.
FIMF the ll March 28, 2014 at 04:04 pm
I heard about that move. I believe it is called the stink face.
ThudNJ March 28, 2014 at 07:12 pm
She is a lousy representative for the Jersey Shore. I know not from here but the rest of the USARead More does not realize that.
Teresa and Joe Giudice leave federal court in Newark on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
Mariea March 10, 2014 at 02:02 pm
NJarhead March 10, 2014 at 02:43 pm
It has to do with crime. We don't let criminals off because they have children at home. They screwedRead More their kids, not the courts. The rest of your post isn't worth addressing.
jp1 March 10, 2014 at 02:43 pm
Mariea, where are your brains these two idiots chose to break the law and did not think of of thereRead More children .Send them to jail and then deport the convicted felon.
Michael B. Jordan discussing his portrayl of Johnny Storm / CineMovie via youtu.be/NRzKI2-T1Yg
Lincoln Farquharson March 21, 2014 at 12:15 pm
I feel like I will be repeating what's been said, but I think it was foolish to cast a blackRead More character as Johnny Storm. How will they explain his sister being white? and regardless of how they explain it, the dynamics of their relationship may be lost to the viewer. They are taking a big risk there. With that said, had they cast the Thing as black or possibly even Reed Richards, you would get no argument from me. It's not that the characters were originally drawn white or black because that decision is personal bias on the past of the artist and the economics of what image will sell, but it is based on their personal character. Not other race can play Malcolm X or Robert Kennedy or Mahatma Gandhi, because their race is part of what made them historical figures. A white person, as another example, can not play Storm or Black Panther, but one could play Bishop.
Hookerman March 21, 2014 at 12:52 pm
Lincoln, there is a big difference between an actual person and a fictional character. CharactersRead More are often portrayed by actors whose physical appearance is much different from that described in literature. For example; in the book One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, the character of Randall McMurphy was described as being tall, with thick red hair. Somehow, people had no problem accepting the portrayal of Jack Nicholson, who is short with thin brown hair.
Lincoln Farquharson March 21, 2014 at 05:26 pm
It's about depiction. Real or fake. Comics are visual books, so a character isn't described. If weRead More want to be strict, most of the real life depictions of comic book characters are wrong (Rogue, Iceman, Magneto). Since we apparently are not going for exact replicas, we have artistic license to change a few details. Race plays a part in the character development and ultimately the storyline of several characters and comics. You can't change the race for those characters without affecting everything else (Storm, Black Panther). Other characters were simply drawn that way because, as I said, artist bias and marketability (Nick Fury, Reed Richards). For this particular case, the Storms are brother and sister and the stories and development of character is based largely in part on that relationship. If the race of one changes, without proper explanation, then the race of the other should change. Throwing a black character in the movie just for sake of doing it without respect to canon or continuity is disrespectful to fans and unimaginative. Had Reed Richards or Ben Grimm been made black for this movie, no arguments can be made.
TRISH SCHWECKE February 19, 2014 at 11:31 pm
tracy t February 23, 2014 at 09:04 am
So happy for you Patrick and your fellow drum line team....it's only just begun. ENJOY!
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Juliet Morgan (“Violet Beauregarde”) is shown with several of the blue Oompa-Loompas in Moorestown Theater Company’s production of "Willy Wonka, Jr." Credit: Provided
Desiree Miller December 8, 2013 at 08:40 am
Willy Wonka is a Fabulous show for both adults and children! Both the Black cast as well as the GoldRead More cast were Fabulous!! Check out their Web site for the remaining show dates and times! You won't be disappointed!!!
Mark Morgan December 12, 2013 at 09:36 am
There are four more performances of the magical musical "Willy Wonka, Jr." by theRead More Moorestown Theater Company's 81-member children's cast at the UES: Friday at 7 PM ('Gold' Cast), Saturday at 2 & 7 PM ('Black' Cast), and Sunday at 2 PM ('Gold' Cast). Tickets are available at MoorestownTheaterCompany.org or at the door. Come out to see the "Candy Man"!
Rick Williams (as Trevor Graydon) and Elizabeth Deal (as Millie) perform a scene from Moorestown Theater Company's "Thoroughly Modern Millie." Credit: Provided
Mark Morgan November 16, 2013 at 02:40 pm
Hi Patch Readers, Our "Opening Night" performance of "Thoroughly Modern Millie"Read More went great last night. We would love to have you play your part as "Audience Members". I promise you that you will enjoy yourself. And why not make it a Moorestown double-header by having dinner before tonight's show or after tomorrow's matinee at one of Moorestown's many great restaurants or at Passariello's Pizzeria, which is MTC's Production Partner for "Millie"? You can see a list of these other restaurants that are members of the Moorestown Business Association at www.MoorestownBusiness.com. You can buy tickets to this great musical (with our live 15-piece orchestra!) at www.MoorestownTheaterCompany.org (or at the door). "Community Theater only survives with Community Support!" Thanks, and see you at the show! Mark Morgan Producing Artistic Director, Moorestown Theater Company President, Moorestown Business Association
Westfield Friends School and Moorestown Theater Company have partnered up to form a drama club at the school.
Hank October 29, 2013 at 12:32 pm
Not being smart but is it a good idea that the MBA promote cinnaminson orgs? Or have those supportRead More cinnaminson businesses during these events by mtc rather than having it in Moorestown and doing that? If the MBA and MTC are indirectly doing this then why not have performances at st Charles or OLPH in Maple shade? I'm sure people will cater to the local businesses in those towns too.
Senior Kevin Mullin (far left, as defense attorney Sir Wilfrid Robarts) interviews senior Jack Morgan (center, as Leonard Vole) with help from junior Rahul Wadhwa (as Mr. Mayhew) in a rehearsal of "Witness for the Prosecution." Credit: Provided
Mark Morgan October 23, 2013 at 10:24 am
"Break A Leg!" to the entire MHS Fall Play Cast, Crew, & Staff of "Witness ForRead More The Prosecution" (especially "Leonard Vole")! We'll be there cheering you on, and we hope as many Moorestonians as possible will do likewise! Mark Morgan Producing Artistic Director Moorestown Theater Company
The Moorestown Theater Company will perform a series of shows this weekend unlike any its ever done before. Credit: Provided
Mark Morgan September 26, 2013 at 10:36 am
Hi Moorestown Patch Readers, Our "Scenes & Songs" is going to be a very eclectic nightRead More of theater! For just $10, you will see scenes and songs performed from shows that MTC has never produced. Director Tom McHale and our 37-member cast will surely entertain you. Please come out and support your community theater. And make reservations in a Moorestown restaurant for a great meal before or after one of the shows. Thanks! Mark Morgan Producing Artistic Director Moorestown Theater Company
Photos from rehearsals for Moorestown Theater Company's production of "Bye Bye Birdie." Credit: David Baldwin
Ellen Edwards July 18, 2013 at 10:49 am
I think it would have been nice to keep it to Moorestown people. Why is Amy Belgard involved butRead More Stacey Jordan is not? I hope Stacey was asked, it is the MOORESTOWN Theater Company after all! While I think it's nice they are getting involved, I wish it wasn't so political. Would have been nice to mix the Democrats and Republicans instead of having a "Democrat" cast and "Republican" cast like I've seen on the Moorestown Theater Company posters. Politicians should be involved, but politics should not.
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Donna Morgan July 15, 2013 at 02:10 pm
Awesome! Evita was a great show. Look forward to catching Bye Bye Birdie.
Joe Johnson July 15, 2013 at 02:39 pm
Break a leg to the entire cast and crew. Great job by the Freeholder and Councilmembers
Dallas Cowboys center Phil Costa, formerly of Moorestown, proposes to Brooke Hogan in Las Vegas last month in this photo posted to Hogan's Instagram account.
Margaret Anderson July 13, 2013 at 02:50 pm
Well, that's a big whoop, totally unnews worthy.
Margaret Anderson July 13, 2013 at 02:53 pm
Equally unnews worthy will be the short lived marriage, i.e. divorce.
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