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Almost, Maine - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

By Suzanne Birrell Almost, Maine written by John Cariani is the Our Town of the 21 st century. If you haven't seen it, you should. Go with your best friend or significant other and you'll find yourself bumping shoulders as you recognize yourself. ...

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The Gun Show - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

The Gun Show by EM Lewis Review by Bill Garry Playwright EM Lewis tells a moving, personal story about growing up with, and being bitten by, guns in "The Gun Show," her one-person show now running in Los Angeles. The evening is set up like a ...

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The Vortex - Theatre Review

Posted By Harrison Held

Theatre Review by Harrison Held Another great play from director Gene Franklin Smith - Noel Coward's The Vortex first premiered on the London stage in 1924 and gets a mod 1960's reboot in this sizzling hot new production now playing at The Matrix ...

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Laundry & Bourbon/ Lone Star -Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

James McLure (1952-2011) was a southern playwright whose works have become staples of Southern and Western schools and theatre companies. He wrote about small-towns, the plight of Vietnam veterans, and the consequences of celebrity and celebrity ...

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Women: Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Women - Applause from Suzanne Birrell Click: HERE and get your tickets now. Only two more shows in this extended run of Women playing their last two shows Thursday and Friday, November 13 and 14. If you haven't seen it, you're missing out on a show ...

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How I fell in Love-Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

L-R: Kenny Liu, Meg Wallace, Austin Iredale, Desire Noel. Photos by Steve Jarrard There's a lot of wisdom in "How I Fell In Love," the romantic comedy playing through November 16 at the Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre in Larchmont Village. ...

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Re-Animator The Musical - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

My grandmother used to say, "Laughter is good for what ails ye." This belief was later endorsed by a surgeon who prescribed comedies for me to watch after surgery and claimed that I was able to leave the hospital faster because I laughed a lot. I am ...

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Garbo's Cuban Lover at the Macha Theatre

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Garbo's Cuban Lover, written, produced and directed by Odalys Nanin and co-directed by Laura Butler, opened at the Macha Theatre in West Hollywood on October 11, 2014, with Odalys Nanin also playing the role of Mercedes de Acosta. The play is Nanin's ...

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Jersey Boys at the Pantages Theatre

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Jersey Boys - The Musical opened at the Pantages on October 5 th to a full house and, I'm here to tell you, no one was disappointed. Three times the members of the cast were forced to acknowledge show stopping applause-once accompanied by a standing ...

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Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

The world premiere of Cindy Shapiro's "Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera" opened this week at the Greenway Court Theatre. Opera is an experience and in that "Psyche" does not disappoint. The orchestra which featured string instruments in addition to the ...

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We Will Rock You - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

After vaudeville became a thing of the past in the 1930's, composers such as the Gershwin Brothers, Moss and Berlin, Rodgers and Hart cranked out loosely structured musicals as showcases for their songs. The shows were witty, the stories simple. They ...

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