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HFF - OLEANNA by David Mamet - Zephyr Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck OLEANNA by David Mamet intellectually reflects struggles we face in our society today. Through the story of a university professor and a student, Oleanna exposes education today, artificiality in 'I know but You don't', ...

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HFF - BREAKUP ADDICT - Zephyr Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Exuberating Award-Winning Play BREAKUP ADDICT by Paige Wilhide, is a lavishly abundant romantic obsession of a love addict who is avoiding the sense of feeling vulnerable by becoming seriously distracted with sexual ...

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HFF - WE GOT YOUR SIX - McCadden Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck In WE GOT YOUR SIX, extremely powerful, sad, and devastating truth is told by former Marines of the horrific bombings at the Kabul Airport during the American evacuation on August 26, 2021. The show is developed and ...

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STARMITES - Open Fist Theatre Company at Atwater Village Theatre

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Reviewed by Michael Edwards Starmites, an Open Fist Theatre Company production, now playing at the Atwater Village Theatre is an absolute romp. Directed by Scott Peterman, musical direction by Jan Roper, this dazzling play holds its audience rapt, ...

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TINA The Tina Turner Musical - The Pantages Theatre

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Reviewed by Nyla Arslanian Anticipation was in the air as TINA: The Tina Turner Musical arrived at the Hollywood Pantages and the audience was not disappointed. Of particular note was the opening number that clearly established young Tina, then known ...

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HFF Review - IT'S YOUR FAULT - Madnani (formerly Lex) Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck It's Your Fault is a hilarious spoof about a Self-improvement Transformational Workshop and finding freedom through pointing fingers. With the audience participation life coaches Robin and Pete are promising change for ...

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HFF Review - A SHARK ATE MY PENIS: A HISTORY OF BOYS LIKE ME - Broadwater Second Stage

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck A Shark Ate My Penis: A History of Boys Like Me, is a story of a man who is a lesbian having a girlfriend, and working on a creative project of finding himself. The desire is to wake up in the morning and be who he/she is ...

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HFF Review - THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR COMING - The Broadwater Second Stage

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR COMING Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck The world premiere of Thank You So Much For Coming at The Broadwater Black Box (Second Stage) is touching upon what it means to be a woman, a woman who want to be seen and also does not want to ...

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BECAUSE IT'S SUNNY IN L.A. (Especially On Skid Row) - Hudson Backstage

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck 'Because It's Sunny In L.A. (Especially On Skid Row) is a three-act dark comedy musical exploring the severe nature of homelessness in LA. All performers have experienced homelessness or housing insecurities in their lives; ...

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HHF: The Sad Life of A Happy Man & Missionary Positions - Amalisha HuEck Reviews

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THE SAD LIFE OF A HAPPY MAN - Zephyr Theatre Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck "The Sad Life of A Happy Man" written and performed by Christion Ty Edwards is a story of his life: a problem child, a clown at times and gifted too yet confused by the ...

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NO PLACE LIKE GANDERSHEIM - Skylight Theatre

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Reviewed by Amanda Callas No Place Like Gandersheim is an absolute must see, world premiere play at the Skylight Theatre in Los Feliz. It's utterly charming, gutsy, laugh out funny, revolutionary, a trailblazing breath of fresh air. The is a feminist ...

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HAIRSPRAY - Dolby Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck When you follow your dream and get to be a part of Broadway's Tony Award-winning musical ' HAIRSPRAY ' , an absolutely delectable, thrilling show where the beat does not stop, and the song and dance supersede each other ...

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CAN I TOUCH IT - A Rogue Machine Theatre World Premiere Production

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Reviewed by Amanda Callas It seems incongruous to combine words like community activism, social justice, feminism, predatory capitalism, class, and FUN in one sentence, but can i touch it? at the Matrix Theatre is an incredibly fun, laugh-out-loud ...

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HANSEL & GRETEL - Theatre West's Storybook Theatre

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck A Family Musical, the classic tale of HANSEL & GRETEL inspired by the adored story from the Brothers Grimm, provides excitement, anticipation, and enthusiasm for the little ones ages 3-9, who become a part of the show ...

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FOOTLOOSE: THE MUSICAL - Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center

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Reviewed by Amalisha HuEck Footloose is an iconic tale, where wishes come true after a long and dreadful period of living in the shadow of tragedy and grief over a loss of a loved one, where dancing and singing are strongly prohibited. The story is ...

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