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CAN I TOUCH IT - A Rogue Machine Theatre World Premiere Production

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Reviewed by Amanda Callas It seems incongruous to combine words like community activism, social justice, feminism, predatory capitalism, class, and FUN in one sentence, but can i touch it? at the Matrix Theatre is an incredibly fun, laugh-out-loud ...

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HANSEL & GRETEL - Theatre West's Storybook Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck A Family Musical, the classic tale of HANSEL & GRETEL inspired by the adored story from the Brothers Grimm, provides excitement, anticipation, and enthusiasm for the little ones ages 3-9, who become a part of the show ...

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FOOTLOOSE: THE MUSICAL - Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Footloose is an iconic tale, where wishes come true after a long and dreadful period of living in the shadow of tragedy and grief over a loss of a loved one, where dancing and singing are strongly prohibited. The story is ...

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HEAVENLY COUNTRY at Two Roads Theatre, Studio City

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck If you feel to see something warm, nostalgic, and full of love, then treat yourself to 'Heavenly Country', a world premiere jukebox musical packed with very familiar songs and related genres' musical numbers. This world ...

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44 THE unOFFICIAL unSANCTIONED OBAMA MUSICAL

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian It's not often that the entertainment term "BOFFO" comes to mind, but it did as the most descriptive word for " 44: The un Official un Sanctioned Obama Musical (as told through the hazy recollection of Joe Biden) ." An ...

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TORNADO - World Premiere at Actors Co-op Theatre Company

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Reviewed by Amanda Callas The world premiere play Tornado by Chris Cragin-Day at the Actors Co-op Theatre Company is a superbly produced, thoughtful drama with a quiet, keen intelligence. The detailed and powerful set design by Rich Rose and props ...

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HEAVENLY COUNTRY

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck If you feel like seeing something warm, nostalgic, and full of love, then treat yourself to 'Heavenly Country', a world premiere jukebox musical packed with very familiar songs and related genres' musical numbers. This ...

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MOOSE ON THE LOOSE - Theatre West

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards "Moose on The Loose" is a joyful deep dive into a random and remote world, but with the best of offerings for its audience. 'Moose' is a truly funny play that reveals, quite specifically for us, the heart of the Italian ...

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THE PILOT WHO CRASHED THE PARTY

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck What a crazy night right from the start! This is a comedic mystery in which actors put on a little game by creating the mood in a murder set-up at the beginning. Fabricated anticipation is now in the air, and in the ...

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LOVE LETTERS - By A.R. Gurney

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck At Theatre 68 in NOHO, Executive Producer & Voiceover Legend Grey DeLisle presents 'LOVE LETTERS'. Written by A.R. Gurney, who summons the core of the play with, 'Sometimes it takes a lifetime to spell out love.' How ...

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BLUE - Rogue Theatre at The Matrix

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck As one of the most cleverly written plays I have seen, 'Blue' has only two characters, and yet there are clearly two good cops and two bad cops in this gripping drama. In short - the audience sees multidimensional ...

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THE HUMAN COMEDY at Actors Co-op

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Review by Michael Edwards Living in California, it's often easy to forget that between the LA's, Sacramento's and 'the three San's', there's a rural way of life like nowhere else in the country. A deeply soulful way of life, rich in a different sense ...

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LA EGOISTA - Skylight Theatre

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Review by Amalisha HuEck Skylight Theatre Company has just opened the first show of their 40th season featuring female writers and directors. La Egoista, a West Coast premiere by Erlina Ortiz (a Dominican-American playwright), is artfully directed by ...

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SWEATSHOP OVERLORD - Kirk Douglas Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Kristina Wong is a force of nature. The good kind. Her NY Times Critics Pick, Pulitzer Prize nominated solo show, Sweatshop Overlord now at the Kirk Douglas Theater through March 12, is a brilliant celebration of who we ...

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THE LIFE OF A FACT - West Coast Premiere

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian An intriguing premise, especially in this era of misinformation and not quite "all the facts" needed to at least attempt to get to the truth, The Lifespan of a Fact, under Simon Levy's fine direction is an entertaining and ...

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COME GET MAGGIE - A Rogue Machine Theatre Company Production

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck On Sunday afternoon, February 12, I watched with increasing delight the world premiere of Come Get Maggie written by Diane Frolov with music by Susan Justin and Lyrics by Frolov and Justin at the storied Matrix Theatre on ...

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DO YOU FEEL ANGER? A Circle X Theatre Company West Coast Premiere

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Do You Feel Anger? , at the Atwater Village Theatre, is a brilliant play. On the surface, it's extremely funny, but not too far beneath we find ourselves in the middle of a discussion that some might find deeply troubling. ...

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Disney's LION KING

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Disney's Lion King is all that you want it to be and more. Having seen the original production at the Pantages years ago, this reviewer wondered if the touring production could deliver the awesomeness of that wonderment. . ...

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SOUTHERN GIRLS

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

A powerful production of 'Southern Girls' is now open at the Hudson Backstage Theatre by 'All the Way Productions, Inc.' and the Producer Harry Jones Jr., which takes us into a deep dive of various racial challenges where the lives of six women in ...

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Oscar's Hollywood - Winter 2023

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

BARDAS Investment Group and Bain Capital Real Estate have announced plans for the $600 million redevelopment of the Television Center at 6311 Romaine Street in the heart of Hollywood that will transform the historic facility into a modern ...

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