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A Steady Rain in LA Review - Does Pure Truth Exist?

A Steady Rain in LA Review - Does Pure Truth Exist? A powerful and intense study of two life-long buddies, now partners in the Chicago Police Department, who face daily ambiguity - which may just cause their moral compasses to tilt ever so slightly as they struggle to hold on to their personal values

As You Like It Review - "All the World's a Stage"

As You Like It Review - "All the World's a Stage" Shakespeare comes to Antaeus with a pastoral comedy laden with mistaken identities, multiple disguises, musical interludes, and love blooming from every bush and tree

Two by Ionesco Review - Theatre of the Absurd Classics

Two by Ionesco Review - Theatre of the Absurd Classics To celebrate its 57th anniversary, the Santa Monica Playhouse presents THE BALD SOPRANO and THE LESSON, two one-act classics by Eugene Ionesco, master of the Theatre of the Absurd

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time” Review - Tony Award-winning riveting production!

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time” Review -  Tony Award-winning riveting production! This leaves you pondering about the human condition, each person’s role and ability to cope, or not, with it, and how to convey love and emotion without physical connection

On the Twentieth Century Review - A Tuneful Train Trip

On the Twentieth Century Review - A Tuneful Train Trip Egomaniac producer Oscar Jaffee has had four flops in a row and is currently broke - but hoping to entice temperamental movie star Lily Garland into taking part in his next stage venture; after all, he discovered her and they used to lovers

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time LA Review - Anything is Possible

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time LA Review - Anything is Possible The world as seen through the eyes of an autistic teenager as he navigates through the complex and confusing secrets raised by his Holmesian investigation into the death of a neighborhood dog

5 Sports You Didn't Know Were in LA - Try Something New Today

5 Sports You Didn't Know Were in LA - Try Something New Today Did you know that there was a successful team of Jewish soccer players in LA? Did you know there is a cricket club in Compton? Well, you do now.

Other Desert Cities Los Angeles Review - A Family in Transition

Other Desert Cities Los Angeles Review - A Family in Transition The staunchly Republican conservative Wyeths live in Palm Springs; it is Christmas 2004, and they await visits from their son and daughter, a staunch liberal - but they are in for a surprise when their daughter shows them her tell-all family memoir

Trouble in Mind Review - Racial Politics in the Spotlight

Trouble in Mind Review - Racial Politics in the Spotlight A hilarious backstage drama which touches upon some very controversial racial issues - which remain controversial to this day - this play-within-a-play tells the tale of Wiletta, a black actress who finally decides to air her questioning opinions

The Rainbow Bridge Review - Crossing Over

The Rainbow Bridge Review - Crossing Over When Jerry brings his pooch to the vet to help the little guy cross over the rainbow bridge, he doesn't realize that the spell may work both ways - with hilarious consequences as his wacky mother and sister, both deceased, re-enter his life

Stephen King’s Best-Selling Detective Novel “Mr. Mercedes” Turned Newest Original Series

Stephen King’s Best-Selling Detective Novel “Mr. Mercedes” Turned Newest Original Series Tune in to watch the new AT&T Audience Network original series from Sonar Entertainment, “Mr. Mercedes,” which is premiering Wednesday, August 9th at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

4 Surprise Tourist Hotspots in LA - What English Tourists Really Want

4 Surprise Tourist Hotspots in LA - What English Tourists Really Want These four things are what English tourists really want to see in the City of Angeles. Never mind Hollywood, give them fast food, shooting ranges and roller derby.

The Rainbow Bridge – An Interview With Writer Ron Nelson on his Latest Comedy Created From Tears

The Rainbow Bridge – An Interview With Writer Ron Nelson on his Latest Comedy Created From Tears Comedy writers seem to know, intuitively, exactly how to walk that line between tears and laughter. One step on the wrong side, at the right time…and disaster could strike

Nocturne Review - A Journey of Redemption

Nocturne Review - A Journey of Redemption When a teen-aged boy unwittingly causes the death of his younger sister in a tragic auto accident, he embarks on a solo internal journey as he tries to put his life back together despite boundless guilt and grief

Our Great Tchaikovsky Review - An Artist with Secrets

Our Great Tchaikovsky Review - An Artist with Secrets Hershey Felder is a sensation in the LA premiere of "Our Great Tchaikovsky," the life, loves, politics, and pain of one of the world's most beloved composers

The King of the Yees Review - To Be or Not to Be a Yee

The King of the Yees Review - To Be or Not to Be a Yee A play within a play which depicts playwright Lauren Yee's struggles to come to terms with both her Chinese and her American heritage as she tries to locate her missing father and develop authentic communication with him

Sequence Review - How to Randomly Organize Chaos

Sequence Review - How to Randomly Organize Chaos Like the intertwined strands of DNA, this play blends science, faith, and probability into one tale composed of two parallel stories - and perhaps a third attempting to tie the two together into one super-bundle

“King of the Yees” at the Kirk Douglas Theatre Review - World Premiere Explores Cultural Divide and Familial borders

“King of the Yees” at the Kirk Douglas Theatre Review - World Premiere Explores Cultural Divide and Familial borders “King of the Yees” is a joyride across cultural, national and familial borders that explores what it means to truly be a Yee

Billy Hayes Rides the Midnight Express Again - An Interview with the Author

Billy Hayes Rides the Midnight Express Again - An Interview with the Author Almost 50 years ago, Billy Hayes wrote a memoir, "Midnight Express" about his five years as an inmate in a Turkish prison, a book which later became a film; Billy was interviewed about his current show, in which he gives reflections from that time

Rhinoceros Review - The Zoo is Open!

Rhinoceros Review - The Zoo is Open! Imagine the surprise in a small provincial French town when people begin to turn into rhinos - with Berenger, the local drunk and a total loser, the sole hold-out in the rhinocitis epidemic sweeping the village

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