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LA EGOISTA - Skylight Theatre

Posted By DH Magazine

Review by Amalisha HuEck Skylight Theatre Company has just opened the first show of their 40th season featuring female writers and directors. La Egoista, a West Coast premiere by Erlina Ortiz (a Dominican-American playwright), is artfully directed by ...

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SWEATSHOP OVERLORD - Kirk Douglas Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Kristina Wong is a force of nature. The good kind. Her NY Times Critics Pick, Pulitzer Prize nominated solo show, Sweatshop Overlord now at the Kirk Douglas Theater through March 12, is a brilliant celebration of who we ...

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THE LIFE OF A FACT - West Coast Premiere

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian An intriguing premise, especially in this era of misinformation and not quite "all the facts" needed to at least attempt to get to the truth, The Lifespan of a Fact, under Simon Levy's fine direction is an entertaining and ...

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COME GET MAGGIE - A Rogue Machine Theatre Company Production

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck On Sunday afternoon, February 12, I watched with increasing delight the world premiere of Come Get Maggie written by Diane Frolov with music by Susan Justin and Lyrics by Frolov and Justin at the storied Matrix Theatre on ...

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DO YOU FEEL ANGER? A Circle X Theatre Company West Coast Premiere

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Do You Feel Anger? , at the Atwater Village Theatre, is a brilliant play. On the surface, it's extremely funny, but not too far beneath we find ourselves in the middle of a discussion that some might find deeply troubling. ...

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Disney's LION KING

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Disney's Lion King is all that you want it to be and more. Having seen the original production at the Pantages years ago, this reviewer wondered if the touring production could deliver the awesomeness of that wonderment. . ...

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SOUTHERN GIRLS

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

A powerful production of 'Southern Girls' is now open at the Hudson Backstage Theatre by 'All the Way Productions, Inc.' and the Producer Harry Jones Jr., which takes us into a deep dive of various racial challenges where the lives of six women in ...

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Mean Girls at The Pantages Hollywood

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Mean Girls, in spite of the title, as a show was like cotton candy, fun to eat and a really enjoyable experience, disappears as a lingering memory. Adapted from the 2004 movie, the addition of music to the mainly intact ...

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LITTLE THEATRE by Justin Tanner

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian It didn't take very long for the nostalgia to set in as Justin Tanner's Little Theatre unfolded. A superb ensemble performance based on the playwright's Los Angeles live theatre career. Jenny O'Hara delivers a performance ...

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EISENHOWER: This Piece of Ground

Posted By Michael Edwards

Reviewed by Michael Edwards Theater West and the New Los Angeles Repertory Theatre's production of "Eisenhower: This Piece of Ground," is a well crafted, well researched and developed play, written by Richard Hellesen. Now at the Hudson Mainstage, ...

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CHRISKIRKPATRICKMAS - A Boy Band Christmas Musical

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Do you have a Christmas wish? Do you wish to reinvent yourself? A fascinating and inspiring story told by Alison Zatta and Valen Shore, Chriskirkpatrickmas: A Boy Band Christmas Musical' at the Actors Company will give you ...

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Anatomy of A Gray

Posted By Nyla Aslanian

Reviewed by Michael Edwards The Open Fist Theatre Company's production of "Anatomy of a Gray", is a surprisingly timely meditation of the heart that still lives and thrives, for the most part, in hard working America. That rural heart, where people ...

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The Empire Strips Back, A Burlesque Parody at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre

Posted By Adam Fisher

REVIEWED BY ADAM FISHER The Empire Strips Back: A Burlesque Parody, shows run Wednesday thru Sunday un Jan 31, 2022 at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood, California. The burlesque parody is not an official Star Wars production, but it ...

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Inconceivable at The Hudson Guild Theatre

Posted By Amalisha HuEck

Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck A one woman show 'Inconceivable' , a semi-fertile 'Musical' written and performed by Meirav Zur, is playing at the Hudson Guild Theatre in Hollywood on Monday evenings at 8:00 p.m. Last two chances to see the show are: Dec. ...

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World Premiere "BABE"

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian The Echo Theater Company's BABE aptly named, I'm guessing, for how women were referred to in the early days of the modern record business. Attending the play with my husband, a former record company executive, his take was ...

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