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Dusk Rings a Bell - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair. Wes McGee and Brea Bee. Photograph's by Rance Brafton "Dusk Rings A Bell" is the newest play from writer Stephen Belber. With a set of only the actors and two chairs, the play uses its austere background to its advantage. The ...

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Holly Would - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell. Gerardo Ibarra (l.), Christina Lemon, Elizabeth Ferraris, Kat Brower All Photographs by Augustus Photography. Holly Would, a new comedy by fashion designer and first time writer/ director Octavio Carlin is now playing at ...

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Out & About with Susan Hornik

Posted By Susan Hornik

Actor/musician Johnny Depp attends the GRAMMY Gift Lounge during The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/WireImage) Just back from the array of pre Grammy happenings around ...

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The Art of Oscar Statuettes

Posted By Suzanne

THE ACADEMY AND POLICH TALLIX FINE ART FOUNDRY REVIVE THE ART OF OSCAR ® STATUETTES LOS ANGELES, CA - The Academy announced today that Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry, based in Rock Tavern, New York, will exclusively create its iconic Oscar ® ...

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Indie Films Mar 4-10

Posted By Suzanne

AVA'S POSSESSIONS, ROAD GAMES, CAMINO, EMELIE BEGIN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON MARCH 4 Ava's Possessions. Directed and written by Jordan Galland. Produced by Galland, Maren Olson, Carlos Velasquez and Douglas Weiser. From ...

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Indie Films Feb 26 - Mar 3

Posted By Suzanne

KING GEORGES, THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE, WHO'S DRIVING DOUG BEGIN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON FEBRUARY 26 King Georges. Produced and directed by Erika Frankel. From Sundance Selects. Color, 2016, USA, 77 minutes, not rated. ...

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Altman's Last Stand

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell The American Premiere of Altman's Last Stand written by Charles Dennis and now showing at the Zepher Theatre is a wonderful show with many layers. The woman I sat next to thought it was a good portrayal of the Jewish ...

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Thicker Than Water - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Johnny Ferretti (l.), Heather Alyse Becker, Joseph Bongiovann. Photos Charlie Mount Laughter is the best medicine and there is an abundance to be had in Thicker Than Water now showing at Theatre West. This hilarious ...

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Lindsey Way and Jessicka Addams - Art Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan Walking into Soap Plant, WACKO, and La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Feliz is like walking into one of the happiest places on earth for pop connoisseurs. The store alone has millions of items from books to toys, stuffed ...

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The Mountaintop - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair Larry Bates and Danielle Truitt. Photos by I C Rapoport Katori Hall's two-person drama The Mountaintop imagines the final night of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life. King (Larry Bates) alone in an innocuous motel room waits for his ...

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Watching OJ - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Lisa Renee Pitts, Angela Bullock, Tony Pasqualini and Kelly Wolf. Photos by Hope Burleigh. There are moments in your life that define who you are and who you are going to become. Then there are moments in life that people ...

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Bed - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair. TW Leshner and Kate Morgan Chadwick. Photos by Darrett Sanders Sheila Callaghan's one room play "Bed" displays the seductively toxic dilemmas in relationships. It shows that what initially attracts us to our significant other ...

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Indie Films Feb 19-25

Posted By Suzanne

FORSAKEN, THE FORBIDDEN ROOM, HANGMAN BEGIN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTs AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON FEBRUARY 19 Forsaken. Directed by Jon Cassar. Written by Bard Mirman. Produced by Kevin DeWalt, Gary Howsam, Bill Marks, Josh Miller et al. From Momentum ...

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Dirty Dancing - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Dirty Dancing opened last night to an enthusiastic full house at the Hollywood Pantages. A classic well-loved movie made popular stage show. The fact that the original movie was loosely based on the writer's story just ...

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Swarm Cell - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Maritxell Carrero (Tomasina), Diana Elizabeth Jordan (Ma Joad), & Ensemble/Cast Photographer: Marjorie LeWit Greenway Court Theatre presents the world premiere of Swarm Cell that poses the question, "Are you a queen ...

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Dreamcatcher - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair. Elizabeth Frances and Brian Tichnell Photos by Ed Krieger The play, Dreamcatcher, opens with Roy running onto the reservation to meet Opal, his girlfriend of three months. From the first instant, we see there is a shared, ...

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Opinion: Laugh Factory Salutes Chris Rock's Decision

Posted By Nyla

From Laugh Factory Founder Jamie Masada. Laugh Factory Salutes Chris Rock's Decision I've been booking comedians for the past 35 years and I have always had the same requirement: They need to be funny. Gender, skin pigment, sexual orientation, ...

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Oscar nominee films and appearances

Posted By Suzanne

Film Events Just Added to Our February Calendar! Oscar Season Contenders Oscar Nominees In Person! members Get first Crack at the Tickets, so get on Fandango Now! February 3 - 22, 2016 Aero Theatre 1328 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90403 Fast ...

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Inland Empress - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan Photo by Ed Krieger Somewhere about 30 minutes away from here sometime around now, there is a place where you grow up tough if you grow up at all. The women of Inland Empress have it tough. June (Monica Martin) a mother of ...

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The Film Festival of (In)appropriation #8 Feb 21, 2016

Posted By Suzanne

Los Angeles Filmforum presents The Festival of (In)appropriation #8 February 21, 2016 LOS ANGELES, January 17, 2016 - Whether you call it collage, compilation, found footage, détournement, or recycled cinema, the incorporation of already existing ...

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