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Viver Brasil Celebrates Their 20th Anniversary at the Ford Amphitheatre

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By Joan Alperin Viver Brasil at the Ford Theatres on September 22 is an event you do not want to miss. I've seen this extraordinary group several times during the years and they never disappoint. Viver Brasil is an Afro-Brazilian dance company based ...

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Blackbird - Theatre Review

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By Harrison Held I attended the terrific opening night of the intense, dark drama "Blackbird" by David Harrower held in the MET Theatre's cozy Great Scott Theate. Blackbird is the first production from director Don Bloomfield's DBA Studio and is a ...

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Nevertheless, She Persisted - Theatre Review

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By Bill Garry "Nevertheless, She Persisted" is an evening of five short plays by women playwrights. L.A.'s Echo Theater Company created the show as a response to the outright sexism now playing in our country's political theater. If you're looking ...

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The Dreamer Examines His Pillow - Theatre Review

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By Harrison Held "The Dreamer Examines His Pillow" is an amazing, intense and thought provoking play. The play features an excellent cast of actors, well directed by Mark Blanchard at the Lounge 2 Theatre in Hollywood. Lovely Scottie Thompson sizzles ...

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Welcome to the White Room - Theatre Review

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By Joan Alperin "Welcome to the White Room" not only had me guessing until the end but the next day. The extremely funny play, written by Trish Harnetiaux, will keep you thinking long after the curtain falls. When the play opens, we discover Ms. ...

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Honky Tonk Laundry - Theatre Review

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By Bill Garry At the end of "Honky Tonk Laundry," the new jukebox musical from writer-director Roger Bean (of "The Marvelous Wonderettes" fame), you'll leave the theatre feelin' happy, energized and loved. The only problem is you have to sit through ...

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The Lost Child - Theatre Review

Posted By Annette Semerdjian

By Annette Semerdjian Skylight Theatre creates yet another compelling, topical and one-of-a-kind production with its latest play, "The Lost Child." The story follows a wife and husband who have been torn apart by the disappearance of their ...

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Savion Glover - Dance Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin After going through a 70 million dollar renovation, the Ford Amphitheatre, which originally was built in 1920, reopened with an incredible show. The amazing Savion Glover tapped to the sounds of Dance Candy, a super tight jazz group, ...

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The Devil's Wife - Skylight Theatre

Posted By Joshua Kahn

By Joshua Kahn The Skylight Theatre presents another world premiere with Tom Jacobson's The Devil's Wife, a pulpy, comedic melodrama, heavily steeped in the world of 19th Century moralistic fables. Its roots as a European folktale become immediately ...

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Any Night - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan Is it a sleepwalker's nightmare or a sweet love story? Any Night at Sacred Fools Theater will have you hooked on finding out. Anna (Marie Fahlgren) is an attractive young woman looking for a new place to start over. Thanks to a ...

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Spider-Man: Homecoming - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin First off, I must say that British actor Tom Holland is my favorite Spider-Man ever and this reboot, directed by Jon Watts, is my favorite film in this Marvel franchise. What makes this film work so well, is that it's your basic ...

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1001 Minutes of New Musicals - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry I think of the Hollywood Fringe Festival as creative anarchy -- independent writers, composers, actors and producers put on hundreds of shows with just as many goals in mind. Some want to be discovered, some want to hone their craft, ...

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The Interference - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Erin Fair

By Erin Fair It is a tale as old as time, but The Interference is no fairytale; it's a story of sexual violation. Before the play begins, the audience walks in and the stage is littered with a cast of thirteen front and center. They sit very still ...

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Tough Brown Leather - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Erin Fair

By Erin Fair Two chairs adorn the minimalist stage, framing the performer and a projector shining on a white screen. The lights in the theater go down and the screen displays a singular image of four black girls holding hands and partaking in a ...

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Dogfight - Theatre Review

Posted By Joshua Kahn

By Joshua Kahn The talented young ensemble of After Hours Theatre Company attempts their biggest production yet with the spirited staging of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's Dogfight at the Hudson Theatre. The musical, based on the 1991 film of the same ...

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