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My Fair Lady Review - Perfection Remains Forever Young

My Fair Lady Review - Perfection Remains Forever Young First performed in 1956, MY FAIR LADY is 50 years old and still going strong - telling the tale of the encounter between Henry Higgins, a misogynistic phoneticist, and Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl, whom he transforms through her speech

The Revisionist Review - Parallel Lines Never Intersect

The Revisionist Review - Parallel Lines Never Intersect Jesse Eisenberg's semi-autobiographical play describes a encounter between a self-centered, tormented American writer and his elderly Polish distant cousin when he takes a trip to Poland in an attempt to unlock his creative inner self

'The Real Housewives of Toluca Lake; The Musical' a smash hit

'The Real Housewives of Toluca Lake; The Musical' a smash hit "The Real House Wives of Toluca Lake, The Musical ' is an absolutely uproarious musical comedy but with a a very sweet ending

‘Down On Your Knees and Up To The Moon’ an original musical

‘Down On Your Knees and Up To The Moon’ an original musical An exploration of the human dimension at two historic World's Fairs, the first in New York in 1939 and again in 1964; showing that times may change but people really don't

“DIRT” Talk With Director Ann Bronston and Producer Maia Danziger Interview - Showing at Raven Playhouse

“DIRT” Talk With Director Ann Bronston and Producer Maia Danziger Interview - Showing at Raven Playhouse When presented with a snapshot of life colored by the awareness of mortality, we are reminded through laughter, sadness and a little discomfort to try and do it better

Dinner at Home between Deaths Review - The Ponzi Jig

Dinner at Home between Deaths Review - The Ponzi Jig A dark comedy about the wonderkind of finance who delivers huge profits to his investors and provides his family with every luxury - until his bright, perky lover discovers the secret behind his wealth and he has to decide how to handle the problem

Stella's Last J-Date Review - Feel Free to Come Inside

Stella's Last J-Date Review - Feel Free to Come Inside A no-holds-barred exploration of today's internet dating scene, this uproarious tale tells all when two slightly tarnished, damaged millennials desperately attempt to get to know each other through the barriers of old baggage by the tons

Bright Lights, Dark Shadows - Doctoral Student Aspires to Turn Dissertation Into Documentary

Bright Lights, Dark Shadows - Doctoral Student Aspires to Turn Dissertation Into Documentary Doctoral Student aspires to turn her dissertation into a documentary. The title of the documentary is: Bright Lights, Dark Shadows: The Shadow Side Of Celebrity And Fame For Entertainers

The Revisionist -What Do We Really Know Of Our History?

The Revisionist -What Do We Really Know Of Our History? An original play by actor/writer Jesse Eisenberg

The Lowdown on "Dinner at Home Between Deaths" - Remarks by Director Stuart Ross

The Lowdown on "Dinner at Home Between Deaths" - Remarks by Director Stuart Ross Successful director and playwright Stuart Ross directs DINNER AT HOME BETWEEN DEATHS, opening in early April 2016, and offers some insights into the play and his approach to this "pitch-black comedy"

Casa Valentina Review - Seeking the Girl Within

Casa Valentina Review - Seeking the Girl Within Based on the real-life Catskills Casa Susanna resort of the 60's, this play recreates the safe haven for cross-dressing heterosexual males where six men come to spend a longed-for weekend so that they can let their inner women come out and dance

‘Red Velvet’ west coast premier

‘Red Velvet’ west coast premier 'Red Velvet' is a powerhouse play that captures the shock and drama of black American Ira Aldridge cast as Othello in a London theatre in 1833

La Olla Review - A Pot of Gold Transformed

La Olla Review - A Pot of Gold Transformed When an untalented bit player in "La Olla," a Mexican night club in Los Angeles, finds a pot filled with money, he becomes consumed with greed and has limited interest in his very pregnant and very plain daughter - who turns out to be a show-stopper

huZ Galleries Hosts Art Reception for "Anguish and Obsession, An American Love Story" April 7th!

huZ Galleries Hosts Art Reception for "Anguish and Obsession, An American Love Story" April 7th! Enjoy a sneak peek of Huss Hardan’s solo exhibition "Anguish and Obsession, An American Love Story" on April 1st and April 2nd. The opening reception takes place on Thursday, April 7th from 6-10pm.

Women Laughing Alone with Salad Review - Millennial Women in Gender-Blend

Women Laughing Alone with Salad Review - Millennial Women in Gender-Blend A play which tries to mold the intimate thoughts and fears of today's men and women into a dark comedy, WOMEN LAUGHING ALONE WITH SALAD asks many relevant questions but offers few answers to the conundrums of the millennial world

A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Review - A Set of Rollicking "How-to" Pointers

A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Review - A Set of Rollicking "How-to" Pointers The hysterical tale of Monty Navarro, raised in near poverty, who finds out that he is a distant heir to a family fortune and title - but he is only eighth in line and needs to figure out a way to jump up in the line of succession - and fast

Dirt Review - Quantum Mechanics and Death

Dirt Review - Quantum Mechanics and Death Are there ever-expanding waves in the cosmos surrounding each death? This is the question DIRT probes with a quick nod at a variety of other issues - chemical pollution, human ecology, parental ties, sexual connections, and even quantum mechanics

LA Opera’s Madame Butterfly by Puccini Review – High Art and Deep Emotion

LA Opera’s Madame Butterfly by Puccini Review – High Art and Deep Emotion Puccini's Madame Butterfly at LA Opera reverberates with deep emotional experiences of racism, sexism, young love and unthinkable sorrow

Bach in Leipzig Review - Wanted: A German Organist

Bach in Leipzig Review - Wanted: A German Organist When beloved organist Johann Kuhnau of the Thomaskirche in Leipzig dies, a search is begun to find a replacement - a search which draws talented musicians from all over Germany who are willing to use any means to win this valuable church patronage

A Shred of Evidence Review - Who was Driving the Killer Car?

A Shred of Evidence Review - Who was Driving the Killer Car? A lone car driving erratically on a dark, serpentine country road and two bicyclists peddling home after a late shift at work: the formula for an accident waiting to happen with only one question remaining - who is the driver?

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