December 13, 2018

Gerri Miller

"I was not quite Mexican enough to be Mexican and not Jewish enough because I wasn’t raised in a Jewish household," Giselle Fernandez said
Rapper Drake, music legend Barbra Streisand and the late rapper Mac Miller are among the nominees for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards,
The Israeli miniseries “Nevelot” is being adapted for Apple TV, with Richard Gere set to star. HBO had announced plans to adapt back in 2015
Jewish talent was recognized on camera and behind the scenes in the nominees for the Hollywood Foreign Press’ 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Michael Zegen has played good guys, a gangster and a zombie, but in season 2 of “Maisel,” he has his juiciest and most personal role to date.
Emmy and Golden Giobe-winning creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, will be the 2019 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television recipient
PBS will honor the Tree of Life Synagogue victims and first responders Dec. 11 with a concert featuring violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Capitalizing on biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Queen has announced a North American tour that will play 23 cities this summer.
After years of mistletoe, The Hallmark Channel is adding menorahs to its holiday programming next year with two Hanukkah-themed movies.
Award-winning novels "The Plot Against America," and "Save the Deli" are becoming televisions Series thanks to NBC and HBO.
The multi-Tony award winning Broadway musical “Dear Evan Hansen” is headed for the big screen. Author Steven Levenson is adapting screenplay
A documentary about the life of noted sex therapist and Holocaust survivor Dr. Ruth Westheimer has been acquired by Hulu
For comedian Elon Gold, this is a busy time of year, with stand-up appearances in his native New York, here in Los Angeles and in Israel,
Talk show host Jerry Springer is going to court—as a judge in fall 2019. The former lawyer will become “Judge Jerry.”
“Hairspray”'s Marissa Jaret Winokur is returning to the musical theater stage as the good witch Glinda in “The Wonderful Winter of Oz.”
Where and when to see theater, concerts and events with Jewish connections around Los Angeles this holiday season.
Members of the Tribe are on camera and behind the scenes in this cinematic holiday mix of comedy, drama, animation and prestige pictures.
Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Come From Away,” opens Nov. 28 at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
“On the Basis of Sex” zeros in on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s early career, marriage and the landmark case that set her on the path to greatness. 
FX's new miniseries “Fosse/Verdon,” is channeling the New York theater world to explore choreographer Bob Fosse and dancer Gwen Verdon.
Three generations struggle with the fallout in the aftermath of a horrific tragedy in Wendy Graf’s play “Exit Wounds,”
“Green Book” is about a black pianist and the white driver/bodyguard he hires for a concert tour through the segregated South in 1962.
In 1987, Colorado Senator Gary Hart appeared to be a shoo-in as the Democratic Party’s 1988 nominee for president, until his campaign
A new Israeli TV series “Euphoria,” about teenagers, sex, drugs, identity issues, social media, friendship, and love, is coming to HBO.
The old Crest Theater on Westwood Boulevard will become the UCLA Leonard Nimoy Theater. The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture
“Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, director Judd Apatow and other Jewish notables from the comedy world are teaming up for the get-out-the-vote
Sacha Baron Cohen is in talks to play Abbie Hoffman in “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” a long-gestating project that Aaron Sorkin will direct.
Acclaimed for such films as “The Troupe,” “Rage and Glory,” “Past Life” and  “Dizengoff 99,” Israeli film director Avi Nesher is headed to LA
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