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Blue Man Group at the Pantages Theatre

Posted By Valeria Milano

Speechless New Tour (Courtesy of Blue Man Group) By Valeria Milano Hollywood, CA On opening night of Blue Man Group Speechless at the Pantages Theatre, a modern-day Las Vegas showstopper burst out at an iconic Hollywood landmark. With a touch of ...

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Review of 100 Planes

Posted By Harrison Held

By Harrison Held 100 Planes is an intriguing new drama worth watching, making it's West Coast Premiere at The Broadwater Black Box located on Hollywood's Theatre Row. The powerful story takes place in 1997 on an American Airbase in Germany. The ...

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The Long Gravel Road

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By Harrison Held The Long Gravel Road is a re-imagining of the Parsifal myth set in the present... A hermit turns into a beast while fetching the morning paper and fetching the morning paper is definitely much more than it seems in this endearing, ...

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Les Miserables at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Posted By Samantha Halbreich

By Samantha Halbreich The Cast of Les Miserables Photo by Matthew Murphy In an age of hashtags and purple prose, the term "epic" frequently gets overused. But make no mistake, there is no word that more accurately applies to the current National ...

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Daniel's Husband - An Intimate Review | The Fountain Theatre

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Whenever I review a show, I bring a guest for an added, personal perspective on the subject matter. For example, a friend with a severe speaking difficulty accompanied me to a show about a couple dealing with the deaf/hearing divide. ...

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All My Sons at Lounge Theatre

Posted By Samantha Halbreich

By Patricia Garcia It is always interesting to see how creative people can be with small theater spaces, especially when producing classical works that come with very specific stage directions, such as Arthur Miller's All My Sons. Here, in Gary Lee ...

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Pantages

Posted By Tracey Paleo

By Tracey Paleo // Gia On The Move If you were hoping for the iconic, 1971 movie version - the Gene Wilder candy man who frighteningly taxis around a bunch of bratty kids and their hopelessly bullied parents through his über factory, kiss that dream ...

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Open Fist Theatre Opens Third Annual Political Pop-up: What Matters Now?/! at Atwater Village Theatre

Posted By Valerie Milano

Open Fist "Speakeasy" Photo by Darrett Sanders By Valerie Milano Open Fist Theatre Company opened their 3rd annual political pop-up in speakeasy fashion, featuring a rotating roster of eight 10-minute plays by writers from across the country - ...

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Paradise at the Matrix Theatre

Posted By Kathy Flynn

Jeff Marlow and Maral Milani Photo by Ed Krieger By Kathy Flynn Faith, acceptance and the value of personal connection are key themes in Laura Maria Censabella's Paradise, currently playing at the Matrix Theatre. Dr Royston (Jeff Marlow,) a ...

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Miss America's Ugly Daughter at The Greenway Court Theatre

Posted By Tracey Paleo

Barra Grant Photo by Darrett Sanders By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Growing up as a confused 'ugly duckling' in the shadow of a spectacular mother can be challenging for any girl (or boy for that matter!). Of course, if your mother also happens to ...

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Hype Man at the Fountain Theatre

Posted By Bill Garry

Chad Addison, Clarissa Thibeaux, Matthew Hancock Photo by Ed Krieger by Bill Garry Hype Man, the important new show at the Fountain, takes audiences into the world of Hip Hop -- politics (racial, sexual and otherwise), ambition, and behind-the-scenes ...

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Anna Karenina - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

Eva Abramian as Anna Karenina Photo: Larry Sandez/Actors Co-Op By Stana Milanovich The Actor's Co-Op's revival of Helen Edmundson's adaptation of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina is long on possessive apostrophes but short on balance, and its handling of ...

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Two Trains Running at the Matrix Theatre - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

The cast of "Two Trains Running" at the Matrix Theatre: Alex Morris, Montae Russell, Terrell Tilford, Nija Okoro, Ellis E. Williams, Dorian Missick and Adolphus Ward Photo by Tiffany Judkins By Kathy Flynn August Wilson's Two Trains Running, set in ...

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Soul Crushing Disco Ball - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich Malcolm Wise and Jae Head in "Soul Crushing Disco Ball" Photo by Glen Gainor I wanted to like Soul Crushing Disco Ball, really I did. I have a soft spot for actors portraying childhood moments, non-linear plotting, and the ...

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Hello, Dolly at the Hollywood Pantages - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly! Photo by Julieta Cervantes The Hollywood Pantages' 2018-19 season is filled with iconic Broadway classics, and none are more enduring than Hello, Dolly. The 1964 musical, with lyrics and music by Jerry ...

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