A Walk in the Woods - Theatre Review
Posted By Terry Gloeggler
By Terry Gloeggler Phil Crowley and Nan McNamara Photo by Matthew Gilmore "A Walk in the Woods" by Lee Blessing and directed by Ken Sawyer is so much more than a politically charged two actor play about negotiators during the Cold War. This ...
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The Speed of Darkness - Theatre Review
Posted By Harrison Held
By Harrison Held Eddie Kehler and Leo Ramsey Photo by Cesar Gamino "The Speed of Darkness" presents a complex story that I really enjoyed at the cozy, classy River Street Theatre Company in Hollywood. The acting is excellent and the dramatic story is ...
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The Chosen - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
By Bill Garry Sam Mandel, Dor Gvirtsman, Alan Blumenfeld Photo by Ed Krieger The first thought I had while watching "The Chosen," now playing until March 25 at the Fountain Theatre, was "How did they get such authentic New York Jews?" For the ...
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Demin Doves - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
By Rachel Flanagan "Denim Doves" is self-described as a feminist farce, with music, stuck somewhere between "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Idiocracy." The audience joins in one morning to witness a small commune made up of a five seemingly clueless woman ...
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The Ugly Duckling - Theatre Review
Posted By Jen Brown
By Jen Brown Heather Keller McCarthy, Kathy Garrick, Anthony Grupposo and Kristin Towers Rowles Photo by Dina Morrone As per usual, Storybook Theatre served up the sweetest of shows with the strongest of messages - "Even though you're different, you ...
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Disney's Aladdin - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
By Rachel Flanagan Anthony Murphy Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann In 1992, Disney brought the animated classic "Aladdin" to life on movie screens. "Aladdin," the story of a street urchin in the fictional city of Agrabah who falls in love with a ...
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My Father's a Cop - Theatre Review
Posted By Harrison Held
By Harrison Held Jerry Dean Photo by Matt Kamimura Take a walk on the wild side... "My Father's a Cop" is a funny and highly entertaining new one-man show starring actor Jerry Dean. The self confessed former con man, boxer, actor, model and drug ...
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Bled for the Household Truth - Theatre Review
Posted By Annette Semerdjian
By Annette Semerdjian Alexandra Hellquist and Benjamin Burdick Photo: John Perrin Flynn "Bled for the Household Truth" is an engaging and exciting new play at Rogue Machine at The MET Theatre that had the audience on the edge of their seats. We were ...
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Rotterdam - Theatre Review
Posted By Annette Semerdjian
By Annette Semerdjian Ashley Romans and Miranda Wynne The UK hit "Rotterdam" makes its West Coast premiere at Skylight Theatre for night of hilarity and fun as well as food for thought. What makes this production, produced by Gary Grossman, unique, ...
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Delearious - Theatre Review
Posted By Terry Gloeggler
By Terry Gloeggler Ensemble Photo by Darrett Sanders Musical lovers looking for a laugh, Shakespeare enthusiasts who enjoy a tale about the Bard, or just theatre goers searching out some light fun should not miss "Delearious" (stylized as ...
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The Radiant - Theatre Review
Posted By Harrison Held
By Harrison Held "The Radiant" is directed by talented Australian director/actress Jane Edwina Seymour. The intriguing new play about Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie was written by Shirley Lauro and is now playing at a cool venue called The Other ...
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The Man Who Came to Dinner - Theatre Review
Posted By Terry Gloeggler
By Terry Gloeggler Natalie Hope MacMillan, Jean Kauffman, Karen Furno, Kevin Michael Moran, Greg Martin, Lila Hood, Deborah Marlowe, Irwin Moskowitz and Lawrence Novikoff Photo: John Dlugolecki If you are looking for theatre to enjoy this Holiday ...
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Collected Stories - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
By Bill Garry Susan Fisher and Gretchen Goode Photo by ShoWorks Entertainment New York in the 1990s is tiny walk-up apartments with broken intercoms. Korean markets. High-brow programs at the 92nd Street Y. Woody, Mia and Soon-Yi. And writers both ...
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Br'er Cotton - Theatre Review
Posted By Harrison Held
By Harrison Held Emmanline Jacott, Dane Oliver, Jasmine Wright and Omete Anassi "Br'er Cotton," written by Tearrance Arvelle Chrisholm is a timely, relevant and ambitious dramatic production directed by Gregg T. Daniel that's playing now at The ...
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Hello Stranger - Theatre Review
Posted By Joan Alperin
By Joan Alperin "Hello Stranger" written by Sharon Yablon and directed by Sarah Figoten Wilson is one of the most original, engrossing plays I've seen in a long time. When the play opens we meet Mike (the outstanding Trevor H. Olsen) a man who has ...
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