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Soul Crushing Disco Ball - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich Malcolm Wise and Jae Head in "Soul Crushing Disco Ball" Photo by Glen Gainor I wanted to like Soul Crushing Disco Ball, really I did. I have a soft spot for actors portraying childhood moments, non-linear plotting, and the ...

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Hello, Dolly at the Hollywood Pantages - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Betty Buckley in Hello, Dolly! Photo by Julieta Cervantes The Hollywood Pantages' 2018-19 season is filled with iconic Broadway classics, and none are more enduring than Hello, Dolly. The 1964 musical, with lyrics and music by Jerry ...

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Last Call - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

by Kathy Flynn Art Hall and Laura Richardson Photo by Darrett Sanders Television writer Jill, on the run from a toxic work environment, returns home to try and move her elderly parents into a retirement home in Last Call, television writer Anne ...

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The Diary of Anne Frank - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn David Gurrola and Genesis Ochoa in "The Diary of Anne Frank" Photo by Elvira Barjau Stan Zimmerman's production of The Diary of Anne Frank was embroiled in controversy before it even opened, due to outraged reporting on the casting of ...

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A Misunderstanding - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Matt Chait and Bruce Katzman in "A Misunderstanding" Photo by Ed Krieger The 1955 play Inherit the Wind is a fictionalized account of the 1925 Scopes "monkey" trial which resulted in a conviction for teaching Darwin's theory of ...

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Special - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Paris Benjamin as Leia, Lance Guest as Solo, Marty Yu as Chewbacca. Photo: Andrew Osborne. "Who thought they'd still be talking about Star Wars in 40 years?" says a fictional CBS executive with incredulous hindsight in the new ...

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Sugar Plum Fairy - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich Tony Abatemarco, Sandra Tsing Loh, and Shannon Holt in Sugar Plum Fairy Photo by Ed Krieger Sandra Tsing Loh's Sugar Plum Fairy is a sweet alternative to the usual holiday fare, not in the least because its relationship to the ...

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She Loves Me - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich L to R: Kevin Shewey, Claire Adams, Avrielle Corti, Darren Bluestone Photo by John Dlugolecki If you've seen The Shop Around the Corner or You've Got Mail, you know the basic premise of the musical She Loves Me, currently playing ...

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The Color Purple - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich April Nixon as "Shug" and Gabrielle Jackson as "Celie" in The Color Purple at Greenway Court Theatre Photo by Darrett Sanders Do you know how lucky you are? The Color Purple Musical at the Greenway Court Theater doesn't leave for ...

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Animal Magnetism of 'The Animal Monologues' - Theatre Review

Posted By Tracey Paleo

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Photo by Ed Krieger As part of the 2nd Annual Solo Queens Festival at the Bootleg Theater, solo show The Animal Monologues puts front and center the semi-scientific idea that human reactions at their core are nothing ...

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'A Bronx Tale' Brings Musical Street Style to the Hollywood Pantages

Posted By Tracey Paleo

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Joe Barbara (Sonny) and Joey Barreiro (Calogero) Photo: Joan Marcus Replete with goofy Sicilian nicknames, typically hilarious one-liners, hot-heads, fedoras, a leading man with a kickin' smile, and plenty of ...

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Tim Blake Nelson in "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" "Nasty, brutish and short." That's how philosopher Thomas Hobbes described life without good social order, back in 1651. It also pretty much sums up life in the American West in the ...

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Middle8 - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn (LtoR): Matt Kaminsky, Brett Pearsons, Ken Weiler, Geoff Dunbar & Stefan Marks in middle8 Photo by Baranduin Briggs Doting family man Adam (Matt Kaminky)'s wife surprises him for his birthday with several weeks of alone time to ...

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Cost of Living - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Katy Sullivan Photo by Geoffrey Wade Photography Meet Eddie. He's a chatty, middle-aged Latino (played with a combination of neediness and bravado by Nuyorican actor Felix Solis) who just wants to be liked. He was incredibly lucky to ...

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Señor Plummer's Final Fiesta - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Charlotte Roi Eugenio Plummer (Tyler Bremer), Eugenio Plummer (Mariux Ibarra), and Don Juan (Amir Levi) in Rogue Artists Ensemble's Señor Plummer's Final Fiesta in West Hollywood's Plummer Park. Photo by Chelsea Sutton Señor Plummer's Final Fiesta ...

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