Circus 1903 - Theatre Review
Posted By Bekah Caden
by Bekah Caden Full of whimsy and some of the most incredible skill you'll ever see, Circus 1903 revives a turn of the century tradition in splendor. Replaced by fairs, festivals and theme parks, touring circuses are few and far between these days. ...
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33 Variations - Theatre Review
Posted By Bekah Caden
by Bekah Caden As one the most influential composers of all time, Beethoven's legacy weighs heavily on this production, and playwright Moises Kaufman puts his reverence for art centerstage. 33 Variations follows two stories. Ludwig van Beethoven ...
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Game of Thrones the Musical - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
by Joshua Kahn You've got Silence! , the "Silence of the Lambs" musical. You've got Bayside! , the "Saved By the Bell" musical. You've even got Thrones! , another Game of Thrones musical currently playing in Los Angeles. The world is rife with parody ...
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The Princess and the Frog - Theatre Review
Posted By Jen Brown
by Jen Brown What happens to a frog when kissed by a Princess? It turns back into a Handsome Prince, of course! But not before he has learned to be gracious and good and a little less self-obsessed. Storybook Theatre productions always impart ...
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Plasticity - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
by Bill Garry Plasticity, now running at the Hudson Guild Theatre in Los Angeles, is a remarkable production. A single actor (Alex Lyras, who co-wrote the play with director Robert McCaskill) plays ten separate characters, interacting with the ...
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Motown the Musical - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
by Joshua Kahn Like other LA natives, I grew up listening to K-Earth 101 on countless car rides, raised on the music of Motown and the "Keyes on Van Nuys" jingle. For me and my fellow millennials, the music of Motown has a mythic tinge to it; it ...
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The Found Dog Ribbon Dance - Theatre Review
Posted By Bekah Caden
by Bekah Caden Echo Theatre Company's most recent production examines the very base of theatre and art; connection. The Found Dog Ribbon Dance follows a professional cuddler, Norma, as she navigates between providing warmth and happiness for a few ...
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Brilliant Traces - Theatre Review
Posted By Bekah Caden
by Bekah Caden Experiencing the almost 30-year-old play Brilliant Traces at the Underground Theatre put me in a quandary. I left thinking, "What did I just see? What were they trying to say?" The next day I bought the play book. "This," I thought, ...
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The King and I - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
The multi-Tony-winning musical, The King and I, by Rogers and Hammerstein, dances its way into the heart of theatre goers at the Pantages Theatre this winter season. Laura Michelle Kelly and Jose Llana star in the fourth revival of the Broadway ...
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Bakersfield Mist - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
by Bill Garry You walk through the intimate theater's door into a kitschy, run-down mobile home in Bakersfield. Mellow music from a local radio station is playing. Maude Gutman, foul-mouthed and 70, is sitting at her kitchen table waiting for a ...
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When Jazz Had the Blues - Theatre Review
Posted By Joan Alperin
Billy Strayhorn (Frank Lawson) ever hear of him? Probably not. Well for one thing, he was the love of Lena Horne's (Michole Briana White) life and most importantly he co-wrote some of Duke Ellington's (Boise Holmes) hits. He also happened to be black ...
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Blood - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
Kabuki is a stylized form of Japanese dance and drama dating back to the 1600s. When, after World War II, Japan put Kabuki on global tour in an attempt to strengthen diplomatic relations, the word took on a new, cynical meaning: self-serving ...
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Bob's Holiday Office Party - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
Bob's Holiday Office Party makes its way to the Atwater Village Theatre for its 21st consecutive year of drunken revelry. I must admit that I'd never heard of this long-running show until seeing it, but now I'll be hard-pressed to forget. Most ...
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White Christmas - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
If you are looking for a white Christmas in Los Angeles this holiday season, look no further than the Pantages Theatre. Directed and choreographed by Randy Skinner, the dazzling White Christmas returns for a one-week engagement this holiday season. ...
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Thrones! The Musical Parody - Theatre Review
Posted By Bekah Caden
by Bekah Caden Coming to Los Angeles after rave reviews out of Chicago and from across the pond, is Thrones! The Musical Parody. We begin with a group of friends getting together to watch the latest "Game of Thrones" episode when disaster strikes - ...
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