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Women w/o Walls - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

Reviewed by Rachel Flanagan Kristin Carey and Esther Mira. Photo by Alex Moy Women w/o Walls is a new twist on the story of Charon the ferryman on the River Styx as he transports the dead to a final resting place. Using concepts from both Dante's ...

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Prairie-Oke Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

A review by Bill Garry (L-R) Amy Procacci (Mrs. Moleson) and Drew Droege (Mellie Moleson). Photo by Dan Whitlock There's a boisterous party going on in a Silver Lake basement and, if you're lucky enough to score tickets and get past Mr. Dan, the ...

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Entertainment - Film Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

Review by Rachel Flanagan In 2012, director Rick Alverson delivered the 2012 Sundance competition entry The Comedy to audiences who found it anything but a comedy. Instead, the film was a tragic case study of a thirty-something slacker leading a ...

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Toys: A Dark Fairytale - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A Review by Rachel Flanagan Julia Ubrankovics & Tunde Skovran Toys: A Dark Fairytale is anything but your average run of the mill fairytale. Instead, it is a dark story of two young women who grew up in two completely different worlds but come to ...

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The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek- Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A Review by Erin Fair "The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek" begins as the story of real-life "outsider artist" Nukain Mabuza, (Thomas Silcott) is forced to face his legacy as a painter, a person, and a black man in 1980s South Africa. With him is a ...

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One Cut, One Life - Film Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan. Ed Pincus was well-known as a pioneer to first person documentary films. One Cut, One Life is one last film Ed made with Lucia Small, who had previously collaborated on an earlier film, "The Axe in the Attic" (2007). The film is a ...

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Indie Films Nov 6 - Nov 17

Posted By Suzanne

nascreen.com I REMEMBER YOU: EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT STARTS NOVEMBER 13 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD I Remember You. Written and directed by Claudia Sparrow. Produced by Leandro Marini, Maria Valentina Bove, James Cotten and Bradley Smith. From Indie ...

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The Exit Intervview (An Existential Comedy) -Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Davey Johnson and Catie LeOrisa If Ionesco is your cup of tea, you will definitely enjoy The Exit Interview (An Existential Comedy) now playing at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood. The Exit Interview is wacky fun, ...

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ANNIE - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Review by Suzanne Birrell (l to r) Isabel Wallach as Duffy, Lilly Mae Stewart as Molly, LillyBea Ireland as Tessie, Issie Swickle as Annie, Angelina Carballo as July, Sydney Shuck as Kate and Adia Dant as Pepper in "It's The Hard Knock Life" Little ...

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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

Hollywood Leads the Way. Watching Kilroy Realty's Columbia Square and Hudson Pacific's Hollywood Icon take shape on Sunset Blvd. is easy because of their highly visible locations. Equally impressive, however, is J.H. Snyder's $138 million, 244,000 ...

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From the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Can someone tell me why there's always the "good news and bad news"? There was good news for our businesses with summer tourism up but not so good for traffic or for our hillside neighbors who were inundated with visitors armed with GPS and smart ...

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The Emperer's New Clothes- Theatre Review

Posted By Jen Brown

A review by Jen Brown. Lukas Bailey as the Emperor, James Patrick Cronin as Ronald, Julie McKay as Princess Felicity, Kathy Garrick as Beatrice. Presented by Storybook Theatre. Photo Credit: David P. Johnson. What do you get when you combine a sweet ...

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Indie films Oct 28-Nov 6

Posted By Suzanne

EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS START OCTOBER 28 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD: THE CREEPING GARDEN, BARE, AT GRANNY'S HOUSE; TOKYO TRIBE HELD OVER The Creeping Garden. Directed and produced by Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp. From 108 Media. Color, 2015, U.K., 81 ...

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Indie films Oct 23-Oct 28

Posted By Suzanne

EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS START OCTOBER 23 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD: TOKYO TRIBE, PLUS WEEKEND ENGAGEMENTS OF TALES OF HALLOWEEN, SLEEPLESS IN NEW YORK, OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN, FUN SIZE HORROR VOL. II Tokyo Tribe. Directed by Shion Sono. Written by ...

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Indie Films Oct 9-15

Posted By Suzanne

WESTERN RELIGION, BREAKING THROUGH, I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 3 OPEN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON OCTOBER 9; JUST ADDED: LOST IN HONG KONG Western Religion. Written and directed by James O'Brien. Produced by O'Brien and Louis ...

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Ghoulmaster's Haunted Playhouse- Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Reviewed by Harrison Held Ghoulmaster and his Ghosts. Photo:Bianca Sanchez The slick, glitzy and glamorous new show Ghoulmaster's Haunted Playhouse opened at the Hudson Theatre Main Stage Friday night right on time to kick off a festive and sexy ...

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American Falls - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Review by Suzanne Birrell American Falls presented by the Echo Theatre Company and now showing at Atwater Village Theatre is a vignette of American life where good and bad things happen to your neighbors but no one interacts much. The time is ...

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Décor for the Hollywood Emmy parties

Posted By Susan Hornik

By Susan Hornik Gina Rodriguez at the 2015 Emmys styled by Joico's Paul Norton with hairshake. It's Emmy time again! And here's some behind the scenes news about the décor for the Hollywood Emmy parties. The Governors Ball, Sequoia Productions ...

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Hooked - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Reviewed by Harrison Held Hooked is a raw and provocative new drama written by indie actress Jillian Leigh which recently opened at the cozy Ruby Theatre on Santa Monica Boulevard. It is presented as part of the Los Angeles Theater Festival 2015 ...

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The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940

Posted By Harrison Held

Reviewed by Harrison Held Emily Rose McLeod (l.) , Anne Leyden,Jacque Lynn Colton, Donald Moore, Scott Seiffert. All photographs by Charlie Mount The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 is a fun zinger full who-done-it trip to the past written by John ...

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