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Labitity - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Labitity is a look at your life. It's a show of labels, titles and identities-our own, our families and perfect strangers. It is witty and intelligent. Written and performed by Katrina Joli, she takes us on a journey ...

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Odilia- Hollywood Fringe Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Take a journey to the middle ground where dreams are woven and nightmares are felt. Odilia is almost like a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens in that Odilia meets the ghosts that know of her past, however Odilia is no ...

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Hello World - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Hello World definitely deserves some praise for bringing the virtual reality experience to theatre in a very unique and interactive sort of way. With your very own smartphone and headphones and borrowed Google Cardboard, ...

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Cowboy Mouth - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. During their volatile yet romantic love affair in the early 1970's, singer-songwriter Patti Smith and Obie award-winning playwright Sam Shepard wrote Cowboy Mouth. Over two nights, probably holed up in his hotel room at ...

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Alien vs. Musical - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Set in the "Land of Musicals" with characters from hit musicals like the Sound of Music, Rent, Les Misérables, and Annie, Alien vs. Musical is the story of a mysterious egg, the laughter, singing, and chaos that ensues ...

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Titus Andronicus Jr. - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Shakespeare is commonly read and performed in schools all over the country but it is rare that school-age youths are encouraged to read or perform Titus Andronicus. Thought to be Shakespeare's first tragedy, it is his ...

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Here There Be Dragons - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

Review by Rachel Flanagan. Drew Vandiver studied Theatre, Literature, and Mathematics and has been a sawmill worker, a bouncer, a high school teacher, an accountant, a drug dealer, an actor, manager of the world's largest Victoria's Secret, and a ...

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Oblivious - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Oblivious takes the concept of video games and mixes it with interactive theater to create a fun experience with audience participation. The concept behind Oblivious is set in a fictional United Nation-States of ...

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A Thorn in the FAmily Paw - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Nick McDow. Photos by Garry Michael Kluger A Thorn in the Family Paw by Garry Michael Kluger and directed by Arden Teresa Lewis opened this week at Theatre West. It's a story of an American family though the ups and downs ...

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A Whole Newd World- Hollywood Fringe Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne

A Review by Rachel Flanagan. A Whole Newd World - Cherry Tales at the Knock Shop mixes Disney princesses and fairy tales with Into the Woods meets cabaret meets burlesque. Cherry Poppins productions, a production company that creates fun interactive ...

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Mind2Mind - Hollywood Fringe Review

Posted By Rachel

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Mind2Mind is an interactive ESP adventure with the world's first Animated Mindreading cartoon guru. The guru, voiced by Dave Egan, is there to assist and entertain mentalist Don Bice, but don't expect him to stick around ...

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Sleeping Beauty - Theatre Review

Posted By Jen Brown

Review by Jen Brown Laura Wolfe and Lukas Bailey. Photo: David P. Johnson. It's official, Theatre West is the best, particularly, when mounting shows for STORYBOOK THEATRE. These captivating players know exactly how to entertain our children and ...

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42nd STREET - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. The Company of 42 nd Street in "Lullaby of Broadway." Photo by Chris Bennion If you like tap dancing then 42nd STREET now playing at the Pantages is the show for you. 42nd STREET is the song and dance fable of Broadway, ...

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Stopping By - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Barbara Tarbuck. Photos by Brian Drillinger Christine and Charley were a loving married older couple with an adult son and a generally normal life. That is until one morning when they were making love and Charley suddenly ...

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Gruesome Playground Injuries - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Jeff Ward and Sara Rae Foster. Photos by Ed Krieger Love hurts and so does blowing out your eye with fireworks. They each hurt in their own uniquely different way to each person that experiences every type of physical and ...

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