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Unbound - Theatre Review - 11/02/16

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Chris Gardner and Laila Ayad in Unbound at Hudson Theatre The World Premiere of Unbound opened this week at the Hudson Theater in Hollywood. As the plot thickened and drama intensified and the audience progressively ...

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Passing SOLO - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Review by Suzanne Birrell. Photos by Kristina Roth. October 18, 2016. The Towne Street Theatre Of Passing SOLO now in the middle of a short run before heading off to Germany is not to missed by anyone who struggles with the status quo of current ...

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Vonnegut, USA - Theatre Review

Posted By Joshua Kahn

A review by Joshua Kahn. Rob Smith as Lou Sterling, Carryl Lynn as Nancy Daily, and Matt Taylor as Bud Carmody. Photo credits: Maia Peters Kurt Vonnegut is a difficult author to adapt to the stage. Much of the success of his writing relies upon the ...

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The Country Wife - Theatre Review

Posted By Jen Brown

REVIEW by Jen Brown Virtic Emil Brown (l.), Michael Hovance, Jean Gilpin; Photo Credits: Garth Pillsbury. Nothing could be finer on a lovely Sunday afternoon than a bawdy romp around the park and Classical Theatre Lab's production of The Country ...

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The Devil You Know - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. L to R (rear) - James Patrick Stuart, Bill Watterson, Braxton Molinaro. Front - Larry Poindexter. Photos © 2016 Allen Corben & Suse Sternkopf The audience was united in bobbing their heads and smiling thru the music ...

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Going... Going... Gone! Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Annie Abrams, Troy Metcalf, David Babich and Dennis Pearson, Photos by Ed Krieger Going... Going... Gone!, a new play by Emmy Award winning writer Ken Levine ( M*A*S*H*, Cheers, The Simpsons ) and directed by Andrew ...

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Skullduggery - Theatre Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

A review by Joan Alperin. Photos by Jessica Sherman Photography I have seen many productions at the Sacred Fools Theatre Company and have enjoyed everyone of them, except for this one. I absolutely LOVED their latest entitled SKULLDUGGERY. If there ...

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Skullduggery: A Musical Prequel to Hamlet.

Posted By Joshua Kahn

A review by Joshua Kahn. Hamlet gets the Wicked treatment in Sacred Fools' world premiere production of Skullduggery: A Musical Prequel to Hamlet. Written by Michael Shaw Fisher, the musical was born from a desire to tell the story of Claudius, ...

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Blueberry Toast - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

Michael Sturgis. Jacqueline Wright, Alexandra Freeman and Albert Dayan Photos by Darrett Sanders The Echo Theater Company -- Los Angeles' "Best Bet for Ballsy Original Plays" (L.A. Weekly) -- has come through again. " Blueberry Toast " is their world ...

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Generation Me - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Generation Me a teen musical opened at the Hudson to an enthusiastic crowd. The story revolves around the suicide of a 16 boy and is cleverly interwoven between the weeks leading up to the tragedy and the week after. ...

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Mutual Philanthropy - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. James Macdonald, Brea Bee, Xochitl Romero, and Mark Carapezza, Photos by Lew Abramson Mutual Philanthropy is a multi-layered masterpiece. Written by Karen Rizzo and Directed by Dan Bonnell, Mutual Philanthropy is one of ...

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One Woman Gone Wrong - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. One Woman Gone Wrong starts out as a one-woman play with Leslie Caveny sharing some of her most personal memories. "I remember a house, yellow shingles, green shutters," she begins and as quick as she started her ...

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Wild Party - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair. "The Wild Party" is set in the roaring '20's, adapted from the 1928 poem by Joseph Moncure March. The stage is adorned with 1920's furnishings that exemplify the time period. We meet Queenie (Kristina Miller), who is on the ...

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Around the World in 80 Days - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

A Review by Harrison Held Audiences are in for a fun voyage and adventurous treat when they attend the unique & innovative play version of Around the World in 80 Days now playing as a guest production at the Matrix Theatre on Melrose. This very ...

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And Then They Fell - Theatre Review

Posted By Joshua Kahn

A review by Joshua Kahn. Lily Nicksay-Kacie Rogers - Tim Venable The desperation of homelessness is on stark, brutal display in Brimmer Street Theatre Company's world premiere production of Tira Palmquist's And Then They Fell, playing at the Atwater ...

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