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Verdigris - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Theatre Review by Harrison Held Jim Beaver (l.), Sheila Shaw, Adam Conger. Photo: Charlie Mount Lots of interesting and colorful characters in the play Verdigris which takes place in small town Oklahoma. Theatre West premiered Jim Beaver's terrific ...

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If You Can Get to Buffalo - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell (l-r) Chase Cargill, Betsy Moore, Caitlin Teeley & Alex Wells If You Can Get to Buffalo by Trish Harnetiaux is a fine morsel of eclectic humor. Fast moving and funny, witty and thought provoking, If You Can get to ...

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Circles - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

By Suzanne Birrell Lisa Harris and Blake Adams. Photo by Gina Long We are immediately brought into the downward spiral of relationship in Circles, a new play by Lisa Harris and playing at the Bootleg Theatre. The language is smartly convoluted from ...

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Hell Country, Florida

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

By Suzanne Birrell Photos by Chuck Jones (l-r) Chrissy Swinko, Rich Baker, Gillian Bellinger, Maya Estephanos It's an hour of laughter at Second City with their New Show. If you've ever been to Florida, or if you simply watch the news, this show will ...

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7 Redneck Cheerleaders- Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

Review by Bill Garry Seven giant egos collide, conspire, and commiserate in a tenth anniversary staging of Louis Jacobs' " 7 Redneck Cheerleaders" from the Elephant Theatre Company. This production, updated with a few contemporary references in the ...

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Hollywood and Broadway - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

Review by Bill Garry Octavio Carlin, playwright-director-designer, has mined his love for the early years of show business to create " Hollywood and Broadway," an old-fashioned drawing room farce that is now on stage on Hollywood's Theatre Row. ...

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Alternate Endings - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Theatre Review by Harrison Held I had the pleasure of recently seeing Skypilot Theatre Company's world premiere of Alternate Endings well written by senior playwright in residence, Jonathan Price. It is a great production and I highly recommend it. ...

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Out & About - Oscar Season!

Posted By Harrison Held

Out & About by Harrison Held Oscar season brings party and events where celebrities, nominees, and VIP's go to mingle and be seen. Presidential Chef Kurt Ehrlich, Karen Sharpe Kramer, Kat Kramer, Harrison Held & Roger Neal. Photo by Billy ...

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Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea written by Nathan Alan Davis is a masterful story presented in a style which embraces all cultures. The theme is universal - to connect with our ancestors. It is the story of a dream and the ...

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Pulp Shakespeare (or Bard Fiction) - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

A review by Harrison Held Pulp Shakespeare (or Bard Fiction) I really enjoyed this fast moving take on Quentin Tarantino's hit 90s film Pulp Fiction performed by an impressive & well trained cast at Theatre Asylum on Santa Monica Boulevard. This ...

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Jesus Christ Superstar - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Reviewed by Suzanne Birrell From the first chords back in the 1970's, Jesus Christ Superstar, penned by Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice, was a hit. And the current performance by the Doma Theatre Group reminds us why Jesus Christ Superstar is still ...

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Out & About

Posted By Susan Hornik

Now that awards season has kicked off, I've been a busy journalist attending numerous celebrity events around Hollywood. I was happy to see that in addition to gifting celebrities luxury swag and travel trips, gifting lounges like the Secret Room ...

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Reborning - Theatre Review

Posted By Jen Brown

By Jen Brown We don't live in a perfect world or lead perfect lives. We live, we die and in between, for a good portion of the time, we yearn. In "Reborning", the writer (Zayd Dohrn) focuses on a unique kind of yearning, the yearning (and suffering) ...

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There Is A Happiness That Morning Is - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

By Harrison Held. Mickle Maher's rhyming scholastic comedy There Is A Happiness That Morning Is now playing at The Sacred Fools Theater is a very enjoyable production... The talented 3 member cast is terrific featuring Bryan Bellomo as Bernard, ...

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Serrano The Musical - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell Serrano-The Musical Entertainment at its finest. Laughter and craziness abound. It all happens in Little Italy. Rival families-Family strife. Dancing and carousing. Friends and feuds. The story is Serrano D'Angelo's -poet, ...

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Wicked - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Opening night of Wicked at the Pantages Theatre was a Green Carpet festive affair. Stars came out and it was a full house gala. I was probably one of the very few people who had never seen the show before. No need to report that Wicked is a great ...

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Hellcab - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

by Harrison Held Hell Cab is a very entertaining & enjoyable quick running one act 70 minute show currently at the Elephant Stages on Santa Monica Boulevard. The show is back by popular demand for the holidays and well directed by David Fofi. The ...

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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

The recent news that media titan Viacom is moving its cable networks to Hollywood is truly a big time step forward in the on-going renaissance taking place in our town. The company is taking 180,000 square feet of space and moving their cable ...

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From the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Isn't it amazing that the holidays come every year and always catch everyone by surprise-or is it just me? Don't get me wrong, I love this time of year especially the Thanksgiving kickoff. Heading into the season in the spirit of gratitude is the ...

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The Groundlings Holiday Show - Review

Posted By Bill Garry

Review by Bill Garry The six improvateurs who rule the stage at The Groundlings Holiday Show were so talented that when they came out at the end to take a bow, I had lost track of who was who. Tony Cavalero, Allison Dunbar, Christ Eckert, Ryan Gaul, ...

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