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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

The Devil's Wife Review - Searching for Your Heart's Desire

The Devil's Wife Review - Searching for Your Heart's Desire When the Ramirez patriarch dies, leaving behind thousands of useless acres and three broke daughters, handsome and prosperous attorney Nicholas offers a devil's bargain: he will marry one of the sisters in exchange for a third of the land

Dudamel and Stars of Ballet at the Hollywood Bowl Review - Stars under the Stars

Dudamel and Stars of Ballet at the Hollywood Bowl Review - Stars under the Stars What can best the setting, the LA Phil being directed by Gustav Dudamel and, to top it all off, seeing Misty Copeland, Marcelo Gomes, Natalia Osipova and Sergei Polunin dancing iconic pieces from some of the most famous and beloved ballets in history

The Andrews Brothers Review - 40's Music that Never Grows Old

The Andrews Brothers Review - 40's Music that Never Grows Old The year is 1945; the place is the South Pacific; and a USO show starring the Andrews Sisters is ready to entertain the troops - until the Sisters can't make it and may soon become Brothers

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea Review - Only a Mile and a Million Dreams Away

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea Review - Only a Mile and a Million Dreams Away The tale of two lonely, brooding people who experience the miracle of love

Annie Korzen Famous Actress at the Braid Review – Seinfeld’s Doris Klompus in Hilarious Take on Life Topics

Annie Korzen Famous Actress at the Braid Review – Seinfeld’s Doris Klompus in Hilarious Take on Life Topics I use my experiences as a performer, daughter, and mother—to inspire people to throw away their list of 'must haves' and start saying ‘yes' to new opportunities, whatever age they are

Heisenberg Review - The Eccentricities of the Lonely

Heisenberg Review - The Eccentricities of the Lonely The tale of two quirky strangers who cross paths on a London train station, "Heisenberg" explores the peculiar but intriguing relationship which develops between an isolated man in his 70's and an imaginative and impulsive woman in her mid-40's

Dial M for Murder Review - What's a Cell Phone?

Dial M for Murder Review - What's a Cell Phone? It's a nostalgic, fun, and camp evening when this mystery-thriller returns the audience to the London of 1954 as scheming "tennis bum" Tony Wendice designs the perfect murder of his wealthy, socialite wife Margot

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Review - Through the Looking Glass

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Review - Through the Looking Glass Considered the master of the modern chanson, Belgian singer/songwriter Jacques Brel was in his heyday in the middle of the twentieth century; but his legend has lived on in the thoughtful, witty, insightful tunes which he left behind

The Devil's Wife - The Seduction of Playwright Tom Jacobson

The Devil's Wife - The Seduction of Playwright Tom Jacobson Scheduled to open at the Los Angeles Skylight Theatre on 7/15/17, "The Devil's Wife" has something for every audience, including religion, folk tales, deception, sex, relationships, laughs, and clever author Tom Jacobson, who put it all together

EST/LA Playwrights Offer 3 Programs of New Plays – 2017 Summer Festival Fun in Atwater Village Complex

EST/LA Playwrights Offer 3 Programs of New Plays – 2017 Summer Festival Fun in Atwater Village Complex “Our focus has been to be a development company that nurtures plays from their first readings to a production-ready script for our stage or beyond”

Rogue Machine Fringe Review - A Journey in Discovery

Rogue Machine Fringe Review - A Journey in Discovery The Rogue Machine at the Met Theatre hosts three Fringe Festival productions focusing on social issues from female playwrights - each a speedy but insightful look at our world and the conundrums in it

Penetration Review - What is Real?

Penetration Review - What is Real? Cody is in love with a very conservative fiancé and has taken a purity pledge - no sex before marriage - but then he meets Amanda, a pretty model, in an internet chat room; when she suddenly appears in his apartment, it may be time to reconsider

I'm Not Famous Review - Dazzling Musical Memories

I'm Not Famous Review - Dazzling Musical Memories Barbara Minkus sings her heart out in this melodic journey of her life, a show-business memoir sprinkled with dazzling musical memories

The Pride Review - The Evolution of Being Gay

The Pride Review - The Evolution of Being Gay The lives of three people are explored in 1958 and then in 2008 - with those fifty years reflecting huge shifts in attitudes, values, and prejudices towards identity, sexuality, and love

Hold These Truths Review - The Rocky Road to Justice

Hold These Truths Review - The Rocky Road to Justice When Gordon Hirabayashi refuses to comply with World War II Executive Order 9066 mandating internment for persons of Japanese ancestry, he expects that his inalienable constitutional rights as a American citizen born and bred will protect him

Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) Review – Closing 5 Fun-Filled Days of Events, Screenings and Awards

Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) Review – Closing 5 Fun-Filled Days of Events, Screenings and Awards Aris Katopodis: “Each title represents creating a bridge—whether it is between relationships, races or countries, and the problems and triumphs encountered in reaching the goal.”

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