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Dry Land -Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. Teagan Rose and Connor Kelly Eiding Photos by Darrett Sanders Being a teenager is often filled with awkward and dirty experiences and extremely tough decisions. Sometimes the only way that anyone can get through it is by ...

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In Response - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. The Saturday Nighters. All photos by Nathaniel Bellamy Towne Street Theatre, L.A.'s premiere African American theatre company, presents In Response, a multi-author "response" to systemic racism in American History. In ...

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Weapons - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. The really wonderful thing about Weapons, a new play by Chris Collins and directed by Kiff Scholl, now playing at the Lounge Theatre is that your own dysfunctional family will seem like a breath of fresh air. Weapons ...

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Othello - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair Kalean Ung and Evan Lewis Smith star in the INDEPENDENT SHAKESPEARE CO. production of OTHELLO, directed by Melissa Chalsma and now playing the ISC Studio Space in Atwater Village. PHOTO CREDIT: Grettel Cortes "Othello" is ...

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They Don't Talk Back - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

I caught the final weekend of The Native Voices world Premiere of They Don't Talk Back written by Frank Henry Kaash Katasse and directed by Randy Reinholz. The story follows a young city boy to a rural Alaskan Village to live with his Tlingit ...

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Campfire Stories - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. It is the last night of summer camp and four preteen girls sit around the fire recalling the time that they had that summer. All four girls vow to stay friends forever and never miss a single important part of each ...

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Red Velvet - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell If you have a hunger for a good solid evening of theatre with a great story and arc then do make your reservations for Red Velvet now playing at the Atwater Playhouse (not to be confused as I did with the Atwater Theatre a ...

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A Singular They - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Lily Nicksay (L) and Hannah Prichard. Photos: Anne E. McGrath A Singular They, written by Aliza Goldstein and now playing at The Blank Theatre is a story of self: doubt and acceptance. The story centers around Bu rbank, a ...

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Death Play - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan. At some point in time we will grieve the loss of someone close to us, perhaps we are currently grieving a loss and perhaps that grief will grow with each loss as it comes. Death Play is how Lisa Dring decided to deal with ...

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Fisher's of Men - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A review by Rachel Flanagan One man, one stage, one scene is set for the one-man show written, directed and performed by Rick Segall. Fishers of Men is the story of the final moments of Simon Peter and how those moments changed the life of another. ...

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Summer and Smoke - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair. Ann Marie Wilding, Keri Tombazian, Markus Jorgensen, Tara Battani and Gregory James star in the Actors Co-op production of SUMMER AND SMOKE, now playing at the ACTORS CO-OP David Schall Theatre. Photos: Lindsay Schnebly Summer ...

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Blood -Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell Alexa Hamilton and Takuma Anzai. Photo by Ed Krieger Inspired and based on actual events, Blood tells the story of tainted blood, government lies, ethnic prejudice, corporate profits, bumbling bureaucracy, and a trial that ...

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Utopia - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A review by Erin Fair David Douglas and Martin Head. Photos by Shari Barrett Utopia opens in a studio space with Martin (Martin Head) pacing back and forth as he waits on his childhood friend David (David Douglas) to come through. The play makes full ...

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Pocatello - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell. Mark L. Taylor, Justin Okin, Eden Brolin, Jen Pollono, Trevor Peterson, and Tracie Lockwood. Photos by John Perrin Flynn The Rogue Machine celebrated their new space at the Met with the west coast premiere of Samuel D. ...

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Past Time - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A Review by Suzanne Birrell Leon Russom & French Stewart. All Photograph's by Jessica Sherman Photography Sacred Fools Theatre closed their last show 63 days ago and mounted a new show in a new space this past week weekend. It was a gala event. ...

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