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SOUTHERN GIRLS

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

A powerful production of 'Southern Girls' is now open at the Hudson Backstage Theatre by 'All the Way Productions, Inc.' and the Producer Harry Jones Jr., which takes us into a deep dive of various racial challenges where the lives of six women in ...

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Mean Girls at The Pantages Hollywood

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Mean Girls, in spite of the title, as a show was like cotton candy, fun to eat and a really enjoyable experience, disappears as a lingering memory. Adapted from the 2004 movie, the addition of music to the mainly intact ...

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LITTLE THEATRE by Justin Tanner

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian It didn't take very long for the nostalgia to set in as Justin Tanner's Little Theatre unfolded. A superb ensemble performance based on the playwright's Los Angeles live theatre career. Jenny O'Hara delivers a performance ...

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EISENHOWER: This Piece of Ground

Posted By Michael Edwards

Reviewed by Michael Edwards Theater West and the New Los Angeles Repertory Theatre's production of "Eisenhower: This Piece of Ground," is a well crafted, well researched and developed play, written by Richard Hellesen. Now at the Hudson Mainstage, ...

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CHRISKIRKPATRICKMAS - A Boy Band Christmas Musical

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Do you have a Christmas wish? Do you wish to reinvent yourself? A fascinating and inspiring story told by Alison Zatta and Valen Shore, Chriskirkpatrickmas: A Boy Band Christmas Musical' at the Actors Company will give you ...

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Anatomy of A Gray

Posted By Nyla Aslanian

Reviewed by Michael Edwards The Open Fist Theatre Company's production of "Anatomy of a Gray", is a surprisingly timely meditation of the heart that still lives and thrives, for the most part, in hard working America. That rural heart, where people ...

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The Empire Strips Back, A Burlesque Parody at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre

Posted By Adam Fisher

REVIEWED BY ADAM FISHER The Empire Strips Back: A Burlesque Parody, shows run Wednesday thru Sunday un Jan 31, 2022 at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood, California. The burlesque parody is not an official Star Wars production, but it ...

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Inconceivable at The Hudson Guild Theatre

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck A one woman show 'Inconceivable' , a semi-fertile 'Musical' written and performed by Meirav Zur, is playing at the Hudson Guild Theatre in Hollywood on Monday evenings at 8:00 p.m. Last two chances to see the show are: Dec. ...

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World Premiere "BABE"

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian The Echo Theater Company's BABE aptly named, I'm guessing, for how women were referred to in the early days of the modern record business. Attending the play with my husband, a former record company executive, his take was ...

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Jagged Little Pill at the Hollywood Pantages

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

With youthful exuberance, exciting choreography, Alanis Morissette songs plus a book that includes themes of contemporary life-drug problems, gender and racial issues, marital troubles, JAGGED LITTLE PILL is a show about angst in many forms. And yet ...

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Harrison Held's SceneAroundTown

Posted By Harrison Held

13 The Musical is a Winner! Occasionally I venture outside the city limits. This show was well worth the trip. I thoroughly enjoyed it - go see it!! Expertly directed by Barry Pearl of the iconic Hollywood hit GREASE, this exciting & hip coming ...

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Get It Together at The Zephyr Theatre

Posted By Harrison Held

I really enjoyed this complex new 2-hander well written and directed by Michael Quinn at The Zephyr Theatre on Melrose. The play stars two talented appealing and charismatic young thesps -Hadley Durkee as poet Mary and Joseph Basquill as Harold...aka ...

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If I Forget

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

If I Forget is another triumph for the venerable Fountain Theatre. Referred to as a comedy, the laughs come frequently but more because the situations are so relatable in the genre of family dynamics. The banter is fast, and it doesn't take long for ...

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Made in America

Posted By Harrison Held

I totally loved the new solo show MADE IN AMERICA starring and written by the adorable charming Japanese actress Teruko Nakajima and well directed by John Flynn. The original shocking riveting one woman piece tugs at your heart, makes you laugh and ...

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Moulin Rouge! A Must See

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Mouline Rouge! A Must See While the Nederlander Organization bills its town offerings as Broadway in Hollywood and the touring company productions to the "bookend" theatres-The Dolby and venerable Pantages, there is no doubt that Broadway is IN ...

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