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Victoria L. Dammer

Graduate of Harvard with a Master of Journalism, Victoria Dammer is a brilliant writer, world traveler, entrepreneur, sportswriter, and freelance photographer. For five years, she has written the Jets Fan Chatter column for TapInto.net, an online franchised newspaper with over 15 million readers. Her travel pieces will transport you to exotic and exciting places. Her food articles will make you hungry, and her photography will inspire you. She enjoys reading and writing literature reviews and recently started writing Broadway and Off-Broadway reviews for The Front Row Center. In addition, she is working on two books, a women's adult fiction novel and a children's book.

The Club. Courtesy georgestreetplayhouse.org
Theater Reviews
Victoria L. Dammer

The Club at the George Street Playhouse

NEW YORK – The Club at the George Street Playhouse through emotion to the forefront and proves racism cripples. It teaches the lesson we should strive to dispel racism in our communities, no matter what color we are.

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Patrick T. Horn and Patricia Lynn in a scene from The Maid and the Mezmerizer. Photo by DLW Photography NYC
Off Broadway
Victoria L. Dammer

The Maid and the Mesmerizer

NEW YORK – The Maid and the Mesmerizer is a gripping performance about a work relationship when one partner is the so-called master, and the other becomes the captive.

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Stevie Nicks on Tour Now. Courtesy stevienicksofficial.com
Music Reviews
Victoria L. Dammer

Stevie Nicks 2024 Live in Concert Tour

NEW YORK – Stevie Nicks 2024 Live in Concert Tour – Stevie Nicks. Phenomenon and phenomenal. End of review, and no, seriously, even though you can describe Nicks with just those two words, she’s so much more.

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The cast of King Lear at the Theatre at St. Clements, New York NY. Photo courtesy of Amy Quint and SkollarPR
Off Broadway
Victoria L. Dammer

King Lear at the Theatre at St. Clemens

NEW YORK – King Lear at the Theatre at St. Clements explored human frailties like narcissism, madness, betrayal, and death that transcend centuries since this play was first written, and those tragic flaws live on today.

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Dr. Lou Chodosh, Pencil Artist. Photo by Victoria Dammer
Art Appreciation
Victoria L. Dammer

Lou Chodosh Discovered Pencil Art in His 90s

Dr. Lou Chodosh Discovered Pencil Art in His 90s and is an inspiration reminding us we can do anything we want to at any agen and while Chodosh attributes his long life to good genes and stellar health, one cannot deny that discovering pencil art enhanced the richness of his life.

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Joan Didion, 1970, photo by Kathleen Ballard, Los Angeles Times, CC BY 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Book Reviews
Victoria L. Dammer

PRAISING JOAN DIDION

Eighty-seven-year-old Joan Didion, one of the greatest essayists and novelists of the 20th and 21st centuries, passed away in December 2021, leaving behind a host of writers and readers who will sorely miss her voice in the literary world.

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