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‘Broken Fences’ comedy and pain in the face of change

‘Broken Fences’ comedy and pain in the face of change When a young white couple move into the predominantly black community of Garfield Park on Chicago's west side, tumult, pain and a flood of uproarious humor erupts

The Mountaintop Review - The Hours Before Martin Luther King's Assassination

The Mountaintop Review - The Hours Before Martin Luther King's Assassination A gripping, intriguing tale of what might have happened during Martin Luther King's final hours on April 3, 1968, at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee - if magic were real

Closer Than Ever Review - The Music of Life

Closer Than Ever Review - The Music of Life Closer Than Ever memorializes the everyday details of ordinary life through lyrics designed to resonate with the audience and serve as reminders that the ordinary can become extraordinary - as each melody tells its own universal story

Bed Review - Sex Makes the World Go 'Round

Bed Review - Sex Makes the World Go 'Round The amusing and sometimes depressing tale of a zany woman who can only connect with another person sexually, yet feels unfulfilled and perpetually lonely, her partner in this "raft of trepidation," and his brother, the man who comes between them

'Hollywould' a farce about Hollywood

'Hollywould' a farce about Hollywood 'Hollywould' a farce about old time Hollywood set in 1930 and featuring mega star Greta Garbo

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder The Vietnam Draft Lottery was 1968's "Hunger Games"

The Blessing of a Broken Heart Review - Resilience From Tragedy

The Blessing of a Broken Heart Review - Resilience From Tragedy Based on a true story, this is a mother's moving and poignant story about love, loss, and redemption after the worst thing that can happen to a mother - the loss of her child - as she rises from the ashes of loss to find balance and understanding

Father, Son, & Holy Coach Review - Life is a Football Game

Father, Son, & Holy Coach Review - Life is a Football Game Dad Sanford's life revolves around football and his dream that his son will become the biggest, baddest football hero ever - what could possibly go right - or wrong?

Hollywould Review - Who's Who in Tinseltown

Hollywould Review - Who's Who in Tinseltown This is a perfect show for the film buff of the 1920's and 1930's - with the script laden with names of the famous and near-famous of the era - and tracks what happens when a Hollywood wannabe tries to crash into show business on the brink of talkies

Barcelona Review - An Elegant Spanish Two-Step

Barcelona Review - An Elegant Spanish Two-Step The tale of a sangria-fueled one-night stand in Barcelona turns into a twisty character study of two strangers, an American tourist and a sexy Spaniard, who gradually and with exquisite delicacy begin to know each other in unexpected ways

The Complete History of America (abridged) Review - Horticulture and Much More

The Complete History of America (abridged) Review - Horticulture and Much More Beginning at the Bering Strait, extending through the Revolutionary, Civil, World I, and World II wars, and culminating in today's pre-election jitters, this show touches upon almost everything that ever happened in the US with a festival of laughs

An Act of God Review - What Mistakes Hath God Wrought?

An Act of God Review - What Mistakes Hath God Wrought? An Act of God offers God the opportunity to tell us what's been bugging Him for millennia - and the chance to introduce a new set of Commandments custom-made for LA - with the able assistance of Angels Gabriel and Michael.

“Emotion” opens this Saturday, February 20, at the Jill Joy Gallery

“Emotion” opens this Saturday, February 20, at the Jill Joy Gallery The Jill Joy Gallery presents “Emotion,” an exhibition of recent paintings by Jill Joy on Saturday, February 20th, from 6-9pm. The Jill Joy Gallery is located at 6124 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048.

A Playwright's Thoughts - John Posey on "Father, Son, & Holy Coach"

A Playwright's Thoughts - John Posey on "Father, Son, & Holy Coach" Actor, producer, and writer John Posey shares his thoughts on fathers, sons, football, the deep South, and the dynamics of the family which must juggle everyone's dreams and goals

Altman's Last Stand Review - Not to Yield

Altman's Last Stand Review - Not to Yield When a multi-million dollar corporate Goliath plans on closing Franz Altman's cluttered little antique shop to make way for a huge project, they don't count on the crafty 90-year-old Altman, who becomes a media sensation with a captivating life

Thicker than Water Review - There's Plaster in the Pasta!

Thicker than Water Review - There's Plaster in the Pasta! What to do when controlling, thoroughly unlikeable Aunt Gertrude wants to take over the family construction business - leaving her brother's family out in the cold - until plans develop to eliminate the problem, and Aunt Gertrude, for good

The Norby Walters 26th Annual Night of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala – The Iconic Oscar Party is Upon Us

The Norby Walters 26th Annual Night of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala – The Iconic Oscar Party is Upon Us The 26th Annual Night of 100 Stars Black Tie Dinner Viewing Gala will be taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Oscar® Sunday, February 28th. The International Ballroom will provide the new venue and glamorous red carpet that awaits 150 to 200 Academy film and television stars who will attend the hottest celebrity Awards party in town

Odysseo by Cavalia in Orange County Feb 3 to Mar 13 2016 - The Perfect Valentines Event!

Odysseo by Cavalia in Orange County Feb 3 to Mar 13 2016 - The Perfect Valentines Event! The award winning production Cavalia – has outdone itself this season by bringing back Odysseo, at two times the size and “Wow” factor

Dream Boy Theatre Review - A Lyrical Coming of Age Story

Dream Boy Theatre Review - A Lyrical Coming of Age Story Poetic and erotic, DREAM BOY tells the story of Nathan and Roy’s unlikely high school romance against the backdrop of repression and religion in 1970s North Carolina.

'Thicker than Water' by Roy Battocchio

'Thicker than Water' by Roy Battocchio Tommy Corelli returns to his native New York City from a budding writing career in Hollywood fearing for his fathers health and then discovers three separate family plots to 'whack' Aunt Gertude in this hilarious comedy

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