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You Are Perfect - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Kristin Samuelson, Michael Wiener, and Lindsay Danielle Gitter, in YOU ARE PERFECT Convicted Manson Family member Susan Atkins is the focus of the critically-acclaimed off-Broadway production, YOU ARE PERFECT, starring Lindsay ...

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Waitress - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

B y Kathy Flynn Charity Angél Dawson, Desi Oakley, and Lenne Klingman in Waitress Photo by Joan Marcus. Waitress, now playing at the Hollywood Pantages, is a story about female friendship and empowerment and taking what life gives you and making the ...

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"Mayakovsky and Stalin" perfectly dehumanizes its own themes

Posted By Victor Kong

By Victor Kong Daniel Dorr and Laura Liguori as Mayakovsky and Lilya Photo by Ed Krieger It is inevitable that there be no more apt moment in time to evaluate our reflections of the Stalinist regime than today. In understanding Russia and its ...

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Under Milk Wood - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan Bruce A. Dickinson and Ensemble Photo by Darrett Sanders "To begin at the beginning: It is spring, moonless night in the small town" and with that, Dylan Thomas draws you into a day in the life of the residents of a small Welsh ...

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The Motherf*cker with the Hat - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Stephen Adly Guirgis's dark comedic play about obsessions, love, addiction and betrayal is directed by NAACP award-winner and veteran actress Gloria Gifford at her Conservatory's new home in Hollywood. The dark comedic and ...

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Famous - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Alexander Daly (Ryan), Thomas McNamara (Brody), and Christopher Dietrick (Jason) in Famous at the 11:11. Photo by Genevieve Marie Photography Jason Mast, teen actor turned Hollywood megastar, has just received his first Oscar ...

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Groundlings Family Road Trip - Comedy Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin I've been going to the Groundlings for at least ten years and I'm still blown away by what they do. The Groundlings is an improvisation and sketch comedy theatre that was founded by Gary Austin in 1974. A 'Groundling' is one of the 30 ...

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Arrival & Departure - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Deanne Bray and Troy Kotsur Photo by Ed Krieger The stage is a constant whirl of motion and noise in Arrival & Departure, the new romantic drama at the Fountain Theatre. The set is a reproduction of a classic New York subway ...

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Cry It Out at the Atwater Village Theatre - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Megan Ketch and Jackie Chung Photo by Darrett Sanders Anyone who has been through the changes motherhood brings will relate to Cry it Out, Echo Theater Company's dark-edged comedy about two new moms and the friendship that forms ...

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On Your Feet - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Mauricio Martinez as Emilio Estefan and Christie Prades as Gloria Estefan and Company, ON YOUR FEET! Photo © Matthew Murphy On Your Feet, the musical now playing at the Pantages, starts at 110% and never lets up. Chronicling the life of ...

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That's Not Tango - Theatre review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Editors Note: Discover Hollywood's roving reporter Bill Garry saw this play, which is looking for a home in Hollywood, on his travels to NYC. That's Not Tango, playing in New York and preparing for a national tour, is not simple to ...

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Armenian genocide haunts the psych ward of "100 Aprils"

Posted By Victor Kong

By Victor Kong Rachel Sorsa, Robertson Dean, John Perrin Flynn, and Leslie Ayvazian in "100 Aprils" Photo by Michelle Hanzelova If the dying doctor's paranoia wasn't enough to chill the scene of the psychiatric ward, then the detachment of his wife ...

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Manson's Girls - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By James Bartlett

By James Bartlett Cast of Manson's Girls For decades the Manson name has fascinated the public, and so any story featuring him and his family will always garner some interest - though taking it to a musical place is something different. On entering ...

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The Most Massive Woman Wins - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

by Kathy Flynn The Most Massive Woman Wins is a short play that packs a powerful punch. Four women in the waiting room of a fat reduction/liposuction clinic flash back to what brought them there. All of them have reasons to be there, but are any of ...

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Cult of Love - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Graham Sibley, Tom Amandes, Keliher Walsh, Christine Woods, Christian Durso, Sarah Utterback, John Lavelle and Tina Huang Photo by Dean Cechvala There's a happy Christmas party just getting started at the Dahl's house in rural ...

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