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SEX WITH STRANGERS - McCadden Place Theatre

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Reviewed by Chris Cassone cc@chriscassone.com Touted as one of the most produced plays of the decade, Red Jasper Entertainment's production of Sex with Strangers was unknown to this reviewer, and just as well. Yes, it was a New York Times Critic ...

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FATHERLAND - Fountain Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck The election is upon us and reflecting on January 6 events gives us an inclination to look at what happened with the families whose harmony and love was disturbed on that day. Based on official court testimony, public ...

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THE 2024 LA ART SHOW - By Dana Benson and Chris Cassone

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The LA Modern and Contemporary Art show opened last Wednesday, February 14, 2024, at the LA Convention Center and ran for five days, closing this past Sunday. It featured over one hundred and twenty galleries, museums, and art organizations from over ...

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IT'S A WRAP - LA Art Show

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The LA Art Show, LA's largest and longest-running art fair, wrapped up its 29th iteration following a triumphant return to the Los Angeles Convention Center from February 14 through 18, 2024. Guided by producer and director Kassandra Voyagis, the ...

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A PERMANENT IMAGE - Pacific Resident Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards A Permanent Image at the Pacific Resident Theatre is wonderfully entertaining and simultaneously dark work. Run, don't walk to see this play. Masterful writing meets a tight team of intelligent, talented and very generous ...

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THIS JOINT IS JUMPIN' - The Hollywood Museum

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With more than 35 entertainers represented in this year's exhibit is sure to delight featuring costumes of many favorite stars from their films, TV, and concert appearances including: Eddie Murphy, Queen Latifah, Whoopi Goldberg, Samuel L. Jackson, ...

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OPEN CALL: APOPHENIA - Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park

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By Amalisha HuEck In celebration of its 70 th year anniversary, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG), Barnsdall Art Park on Hollywood Boulevard, reopened its doors after being closed for many years. To celebrate, it's presented a city ...

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ARROWHEAD - IAMA Theatre Company at Atwater Village Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck IAMA Theatre Company launched its new comedy Arrowhead by Catya McMullen about a radical change in a person's life when a young woman is attracted to girls, while at the same time longs for having a sexual encounter with ...

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THE WIZ - Hollywood Pantages Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards The Los Angeles Pantages Theater opening of THE WIZ offers up a dazzling GenZ revival of the classic 1975 production. Though time and place may have kept the original works' cultural impact locked away somewhere in the ...

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MIDDLE OF THE WORLD - Rogue Theatre Company at Matrix Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Rogue Machine's "Middle of the World" written by Juan Jose Alfonso and directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos is a night of sharp storytelling, with an enlightening human discussion centered by a brilliant lead performance. The ...

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TINY LITTLE TOWN: A NEW MUSICAL - Broadwater Theatre

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A Theatre Movement Bazaar Production Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck An exuberant, joyously unrestrained, and enthusiastic musical comedy TINY LITTLE TOWN by Theatre Movement Bazaar at Broadwater Theater is enchantingly entertaining with high energy from ...

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MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE - Hollywood Pantages Theatre

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MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE A Sadler's Wells and Universal Music UK Production Bas ed on the Songs of Sting Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Four cheering and standing ovations concluded one of the most exciting and original stage productions this reviewer has ...

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Oscar's Hollywood - Winter 2024

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One of the most recent additions to rental housing is the Hollywood Arts Collective-a 152-unit community for artists in the heart of Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard between Wilcox and Schrader. Just steps away from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the ...

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From The Editor - Winter 2024

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

This issue marks the completion of 85 issues. I'm proud of what we've accomplished through the years, sharing our corner of the world. The journey has been filled with countless stories and wonderful relationships. Michael Darling's story about the ...

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THE DEATH OF ME YET: DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL - Rogue Theatre at The Matrix

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Reviewed by Chris Cassone - cc@chriscassone.com David Dean Bottrell calls himself a veteran actor and writer, yet he possesses so much youthful verve, it is hard to believe he's got that much under his belt. Yes, he's got an IMDB list that goes on ...

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MJ THE MUSICAL - Hollywood Pantages Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck MJ The Musica l is a wondrous show about the King of Pop Michael Jackson. Without reference to his later troubles, the story tells how the prize of fame puts every moment of his life on public display and lets the music be ...

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BILL GRISOLIA PLAYS THE BLUES

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BILL GRISOLIA LOVES PLAYING THE BLUES Whether he's in battle of the band competitions, performing at nightclubs, casinos and music conferences, or helping charities, one thing is clear: Bill Grisolia loves playing the blues. The veteran bluesman, who ...

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DEPECHE MODE - Crypto.com Center

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Depeche Mode sells out Crypto.com Center, as L.A. declares Depeche Mode Day By Dana Benson (Topdown999@gmail.com) The L.A. City Council, led by Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, recently passed a resolution declaring December 13 th "Depeche Mode Day ...

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CORINA: FROM LAPDANCE TO SUNDANCE - Casa 101 Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Casa 101 Theater's production of "Corina: From Lap Dance to Sundance", is a powerful evening of rich and authentic storytelling. An autobiographical hero's journey, this play educates, entertains and enlightens all at the ...

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HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS - THE MUSICAL - Hollywood Pantages Theatre

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Reviewed by Chris Cassone - cc@chriscassone.com Fresh from LA ComicCon with all of its cosplay, I was somewhat prepared for a repeat performance Wednesday evening at the palatial Pantages. As I approached the theater with a giant crowd milling about, ...

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