Aimee Verder Curameng is a graduate of California State University, Sacramento, with a degree in Film Studies that took her back to her native city of Los Angeles. Once a casual hobby, photography has become a passion. A musical theatre fan since she was a child, you can often find her admiring talented performers and artists by attending shows in the Southern California area (and beyond). Follow her on Twitter @aimeecurameng and on Instagram @aimeecurameng.
The holidays aren't over at Rockwell (nor should they be!) and you have two more chances to catch their current great parody show of the '90s Christmas classic Home Alone. Previous parodies included Scream and Cruel Intentions which brought a flurry of nostalgia for those who grew up in the '90s, but how would a Christmas-themed parody fare? Really, really well!BWW Reviews: MICHAEL FEINSTEIN'S A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES Brings Nostalgia with the Pasadena Pops October 2, 2015
The Pasadena Pops held their final event of the summer at the Los Angeles Country Arboretum and Bontanic Garden on September 12, 2015. Michael Feinstein, performer and principal Pops Conductor led the full orchestra and featured soloists Shelea Frazier and Broadway's Jeremy Jordan.Video: EMMA HUNTON and THE UNAUTHORIZED MUSICAL PARODY OF CLUELESS September 21, 2015
Emma Hunton (Wicked, Next to Normal, Spring Awakening) recently took to the Rockwell stage, performing songs ranging from Fleetwood Mac's 'Go Your Own Way' to Radiohead's 'Creep.' Guest stars included Glee's Lindsay Pearce and Dear John Hughes' Michael Thomas Grant. Grant is currently performing alongside Hunton in 'The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Clueless,' playing now through October 2nd at Rockwell Table and Stage. Hunton honored her Broadway roots with a performance of Spring Awakening's 'Touch Me.'Photo Coverage: Segerstrom Center Previews 2015-2016 Season! August 31, 2015
Soundtracks of the '90s were epic, memorable, and unforgettable. A familiar song plays on the radio and you know that song. You can name the scene in the movie, the actors, and you're probably reciting a few lines to yourself. Cruel Intentions had one of those soundtracks.BWW Reviews: STEVE KAZEE Wows at Rockwell! February 9, 2015
Here it is, folks. We've hit the end of the road for season two in another great season of MASTERS OF SEX. I can't believe it's over until next year! Let's savor these last few moments we have together and talk about all the twists and turns the season finale had for us.BWW Recap: MASTERS OF SEX Finally Gives Libby Her Due September 22, 2014
Libby. This episode of MASTERS OF SEX was really all about Libby. I know other things happened but I really just want to get to Libby. All right, let met give you a quick rundown and then we're going to talk about Libby and the wonderful work of Caitlin Fitzgerald and Robert, played by Jocko Sims.BWW Reviews: It's Another Hit with ROAR at Rockwell September 15, 2014
It is the day I've been waiting for. Christian Borle finally makes an appearance on tonight's episode as Bill's brother, Frank! Or Francis. Francis, the name Bill used in his and Virginia's roleplaying game. Yep. It wasn't some arbitrary name he insisted on calling himself.BWW Recap: MASTERS OF SEX Skips Ahead and Leaves Nothing Behind August 25, 2014
I admit, this was a tough episode to watch, but also, the kind of episode that makes this show so great. There was a lot of loss, and we said goodbye to some key performers. It was such a well-constructed episode that it brought on the tears. Let's get to it...BWW Recaps: MASTERS OF SEX Learns A Lot; Annaleigh Ashford Sings! August 11, 2014
Hello, Masters of Sex fans! Let's get to recapping the fifth episode of this fantastic season. This episode packed in a few (what I like to call) 'Oh, snap' moments. The title of the episode is called 'Giants' and I'd say that it's aptly titled. It's almost one full hour clocking in at 55 minutes so let's try to hit every minute.BWW Reviews: SING ME HOME Rocks at Rockwell July 16, 2014
"Sing Me Home" is a new musical set to premiere at the prestigious New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) on July 20th but Los Angeles had the honor of hosting its debut at Rockwell on Sunday, July 13th. Featuring a variety of performers, each song was introduced by writing team, Amber Cassell or author/singer/songwriter Kristy Hanson who penned all 13 songs.BWW Reviews: JAGGED LITTLE PILL IN CONCERT Triumphs at Rockwell July 14, 2014
If you grew up in the '90s, you know exactly how Alanis Morissette impacted music. She burst onto the scene with her hit single 'You Outta Know' and followed it with hit after hit all from her album Jagged Little Pill. Alanis shaped an entire generation of strong women and her powerful voice, attitude, and unique style are not easily replicated, but the cast of Jagged Little Pill in concert: A Tribute to the Music of Alanis Morissette manage to do just that and more.BWW Reviews: The Quintessential Modern Vaudeville - CLOCKWORK FOLLIES at Rockwell July 14, 2014
Described as 'modern vaudeville,' Clockwork Follies at Rockwell manages to take a classic, almost-forgotten form of entertainment and transform it for today's audience. The show is comprised of a mixture of performers - a musical comedy troupe, beautiful dancers, a comedian, a magician, a French chanteuse, all hosted by the entertaining and magnetic, Jai Rodriguez.