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FAT HAM - The Geffen Playhouse (Westwood)

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards The Geffen Playhouse's production of James I James' 2022 Pulitzer Prize winning, and 4-time Tony Award nominated comedy Fat Ham directed by Sideeq Heard, is a treat not to be missed for Los Angeles. Based on William ...

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THE PILLOWMAN - Broadwater Main Stage

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The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck As every fairy tale begins with, 'Once upon the time...' The Pillowman story also begins as a fairy tale. How ironic, when in fact most of the stories are the series of murders of little ...

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MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA - Rogue Machine at the Matrix Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Monsters of the American Cinema is a beautiful surprise. A well-acted two person play written by Eugene O'Neill Award Finalist, Christian St. Croix and directed by Rogue Machine founding Executive Director John Perrin ...

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TWELFTH NIGHT - Actors Co-op Theatre

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Actors Co-op David Schall Theater April 7, 2024 Reviewed by Chris Cassone cc@chriscassone.com "Some are born great. Some achieve greatness and Some have greatness thrust upon them." - Malvolio, 2,v The Actor's Coop achieved a bit of greatness on ...

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CINDERELLA - Theatre West Storybook Theatre

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CINDERELLA - A musical for children and their families at Theatre West Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck What a fun show with lots of interesting choices! A wicked stepmother, who is not so wicked (Barbara Mallory), has two puppets on each of her arms as ...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY: A THEATRICAL CATASTROPHE - Rogue Machine at The Matrix Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Nick Ullett is a joy to take in on the stage in Rogue Machine's production of The Birthday Party - A Theatrical Catastrophe. The production is a rich hour of classic by the fireside storytelling made all the better by its ...

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THE BESPOKE OVERCOAT - Pacific Resident Theatre Company

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards [pictured from L-R: Bruce Nozick, Tobias Echeverria, Robert Lesser] Pacific Resident Theatre's production of Academy Award Winning Wolf Mankowitz' play THE BESPOKE OVERCOAT (also an Academy Award Winning Short) is truly a ...

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A FROGGY BECOMES - Open Fist at Atwater Village Theatre

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An Open Fist Theatre Production Reviewed by Chris Cassone cc@chriscassone.com Teenage angst is coming earlier and earlier for the youth. Mine started around fourteen and peaked when I got my driving license at sixteen. For Bumpy Diggs, it's seventh ...

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CHICAGO - The Pantages Hollywood - Amanda Callas Review

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Reviewed by Amanda Callas Chicago is a slinky, sensual, genderqueer, minimal production of the smash hit 1975 classic musical at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. The mood of the show is sexy, Brechtian, and cynical. Chicago darkly satirizes the ...

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FOOTLOOSE - Colony Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Footloose is an iconic tale, where wishes come true after a long period of living in the shadow of tragedy and grief over a loss of a loved one, and where dancing and singing are strongly prohibited. The story is told with ...

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SEX WITH STRANGERS - McCadden Place Theatre

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Reviewed by Chris Cassone cc@chriscassone.com Touted as one of the most produced plays of the decade, Red Jasper Entertainment's production of Sex with Strangers was unknown to this reviewer, and just as well. Yes, it was a New York Times Critic ...

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FATHERLAND - Fountain Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck The election is upon us and reflecting on January 6 events gives us an inclination to look at what happened with the families whose harmony and love was disturbed on that day. Based on official court testimony, public ...

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A PERMANENT IMAGE - Pacific Resident Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards A Permanent Image at the Pacific Resident Theatre is wonderfully entertaining and simultaneously dark work. Run, don't walk to see this play. Masterful writing meets a tight team of intelligent, talented and very generous ...

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ARROWHEAD - IAMA Theatre Company at Atwater Village Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck IAMA Theatre Company launched its new comedy Arrowhead by Catya McMullen about a radical change in a person's life when a young woman is attracted to girls, while at the same time longs for having a sexual encounter with ...

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THE WIZ - Hollywood Pantages Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards The Los Angeles Pantages Theater opening of THE WIZ offers up a dazzling GenZ revival of the classic 1975 production. Though time and place may have kept the original works' cultural impact locked away somewhere in the ...

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