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Emery Entertainment in association with Starvox Entertainment is excited to bring a new show to St. Louis audiences as Disenchanted! hits the boards at the Playhouse @ Westport Plaza February 28-March 5. Tickets may be purchased through MetroTix at www.metrotix.com or by calling 314/534-1111. Additionally, tickets will be available at the Playhouse @ Westport Plaza box office one hour prior to show time. Disclaimer: this show contains adult content.
All seats are $60 but We Are Movie Geeks has a pair of passes to give away for the opening night performance of Disenchanted! That’s Tuesday February 28th at 8pm. Leave a message below letting us know who your favorite princess of all time is, real or fictional (mine is Princess Grace of Monaco)! It’s so easy!
1. You Must Be In The St. Louis Area The Evening Of The Play.
Gone are the days of poisoned apples and »
- Tom Stockman
Whether it’s the golden era of spaghetti westerns or the more blood soaked appeal of the Tarantino films, there’s no denying that Hollywood loves the appeal of the old west. From books, to video games, and even casino slots, the world loves a good western. We take a look at some of the greatest films in history!
Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
Without a doubt, one of the most popular westerns in cinematic history, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was released in 1969. Directed by George Roy Hill and written by William Goldman the film is loosely based on a true story. It tells the story of the outlaws Robert LeRoy Parker, known as Butch Cassidy and his partner Harry Longabaugh, the Sundance Kid, who are on the run after a string of train robberies. The pair, along with Longabaugh ‘s lover Etta Place flee to Bolivia in »
- The Hollywood News
The refitted 6-bedroom brick colonial — which the prince purchased in the fall — will house regional offices for the Princess Grace Foundation and a U.S. extension of Monaco’s Princess Grace Irish Library.
Events that will welcome the public into the restored East Falls landmark at 3901 Henry Avenue are an integral part of plans, »
- Peter Mikelbank
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana made her grand debut on May 2, 2015, and the little one has already received lots of attention despite being just shy of 2 years old. Although she slept through her big entrance into the world, her first photos were still adorable. Be it her, three adorable Dutch sisters, Monaco's Prince Albert in Grace Kelly's arms, or newborn Princess Amalia of Luxembourg, these blue-blooded babes have posed for many precious portraits. Flip through our royal baby book now. Related:Look Back at Princess Charlotte's Cutest Pictures - So Far!The 45 Cutest Pictures of Prince George »
- Annie Gabillet
One of the world’s most beautiful and glamorous women turns a quiet 60 today.
Princess Caroline is “quite a remarkable woman,” her brother, Prince Albert, tells People on Monday. “What’s she’s done over the years, helping Monaco in various ways, on the cultural and charitable sides — she’s always there. She’s often the first person on board.”
In many ways, it was Caroline’s destiny. The first born child of Prince Rainier and Hollywood actress Grace Kelly, the young princess was once the world’s most photographed child and only 25 when forced to become Monaco’s surrogate »
The Italian photographer spent years traveling the globe with the couple, after meeting them on the set of 1967’s The Comedians. And while promoting his new memoir, My Life in Focus: A Photographer’s Journey with Elizabeth Taylor and the Hollywood Jet Set, the celebrity shutterbug shared rare photos with People of the Hollywood legends from the ’60s and ’70s — and revealed secrets of their legendary romance.
Taylor and »
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