Author Archives: Jennifer K. Hugus

Jennifer K. Hugus

About Jennifer K. Hugus

Jennifer K. Hugus was born at a very young age. At an even earlier age, she just knew she would one day write for the LA Beat! Having grown up in Massachusetts, France, and Denmark, she is a noted fan of Asian Cuisine. She studied ballet at the Royal Danish Ballet Theatre and acting at U.S.C. in their prestigious BFA drama program. She also makes her own jewelry out of paints and canvas when she isn’t working on writing absurdist plays and comparatively mainstream screenplays. Jennifer would like to be a KID when she grows up!

Actor/Singer Don Most Blows the Roof off Vitello’s to Sold Out Crowd before Taking his Talents to New York!

On May 10th the upstairs of Vitello’s just about had its entire roof blown off by none other than the illustrious Don Most and his most righteous 17 piece orchestra! So high octane the performance: more power to any senior citizen or … Continue reading

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New American Theatre’s “Loose Ends” Lives up to Title via Diffuse Dramatic Tension and Ambiguous Agendas

Aaah the 70s! Bow chikka bow bow!  Remember that decade?  All the Pez we dispensed, the Kool Aid we over-sweetened (to the horror of the man himself i.e. the Pitcher-Shaped oaf who never arrived bashing through any brick walls in … Continue reading

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43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Pre-Reception Floods Hollywood Museum to Fizzy Fresh Effervescence!

The Hollywood Museum was a rockin’ and a rollin’ a few days prior to the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys roughly two Wednesdays and a week ago; wherein the primary songs that might have been flowing through anyone’s heads could very … Continue reading

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Write Act’s “Joe and Marilyn: A Love Story”– Sentimental, Distressing, and uh… just a little bit Sexy…

Imagine being married to Marilyn Monroe; then envision living in-and-out of sin with Joe DiMaggio (despite his alleged staunchly Catholic sensibilities).  Then pretend the two of them have a pet fly which resides on their fictional fourth wall and imagine … Continue reading

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NATAS Announces 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy® Award Internet Channel on which to View May 1st Daytime Emmys!

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) enterprisingly announced today that the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy ® Awards is currently available for viewing at: Having been recorded in a most cutting edge method this year, NATAS engaged in … Continue reading

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43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Award Presenters Announced: To Feature Larry King, Toni Tennille, Anson Williams and a Host of Others (who may even Double as Hosts)!

The weekend of April 29th Actors, Actresses, Culinary Experts, Game Show Hosts, Sports Casters and even Larry King and Chris Harrison of “Bachelor” fame will be traversing from near and far for two special evenings highlighting this year’s superlative achievements … Continue reading

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Frank Welker, Best Known as Voice of Scooby-Doo and Curious George, to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at The 43rd Annual Daytime Creative Emmy Awards!

Come April 29th, the 43rd Annual Daytime Creative Emmys will have more than just shows aired between the hours of 2 am and 6 pm to honor, but a body of work to beat most as will be bestowed an … Continue reading

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Ted Lange’s “The Cause, My Soul” aka Prequel to Shakespeare’s “Othello”: From the Calm before the Storm to the Charm before the Scorn

Ah Othello, Desdemona, Cassio, Rodrigo, Iago–the entire Venetian gang: Back together again for the very first time!!! The suspense, the duplicity, the black vs. white racial tension, the revelation of which would stun most in the Black Lives Matter community … Continue reading

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70s Icon and Grammy Winner Toni Tennille to Sign Recently Released Memoirs at the Grove Barnes and Noble

Okay, everyone! Sing it with me now (to the tune of Love Will Keep us Together by Captain and Tennille): Books. Books all bound in leather, Most sturdily stay together. Think of well-bound books whenever, a holiday comes back around, lack … Continue reading

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Scott Free and Radar Pictures Team up with Milt Larsen and his Magic Castle to Charmed Serendipitous Consequence!

Right on the heels of the opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios (and paralleling all related traffic jams so common to L.A. that any manner of magic could scarce ever drive away) yet long before … Continue reading

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