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Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A

Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A In honor of “Celebrate Forsythe” dancers of three world-class companies are saluting one of the world’s most innovative choreographers in a triple bill performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told "It’s Time” is about the enormity of life, the power of love, and the importance of acknowledging the contributions of all those who have contributed to making us who we are.

It's Time Review - You'll Know When

It's Time Review - You'll Know When Master monologist Paul Linke shares important moments in his life with humor and poignancy as he recounts being widowed at 38 with three very small children, a turning point in his life, and how love and hope worked together to create a healing

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts?

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts? Henry James classic novella, adapted into a two-actor play by Jeffrey Hatcher, keeps the audience guessing: What happened to the last governess? Why are the two young children so strange? Who are those two fleeting presences who look familiar?

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money

Other People's Money Review - Dogs, Doughnuts, and Money "Larry the Liquidator" Garfinkle is in the middle of the hostile takeover of a company which employs 1200 workers and supports a small town; and the CEO turns to the attorney daughter of his secretary to try and stop him

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival

The Model Apartment Review - The Aftermath of Survival Holocaust survivors Max and Lola retire and move to Florida as they run from haunting memories and their mentally unstable adult daughter - born after the war and named after Max's first daughter, who never survived the camps

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Shipwrecked Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction A family-friendly, sort-of true story about the life and adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as told my himself), SHIPWRECKED follows this quirky hero through thick and thin - and dozens of characters played by his two exuberant sidekicks

Underneath Review - The Ramblings of a Corpse

Underneath Review - The Ramblings of a Corpse A stylistic and creative tale about a woman, now dead in her tomb, and her reflections about society and her life make this "Kafka meets YouTube" story intriguing and fascinating

Buyer & Cellar at the Falcon Theatre Review – Wonderfully Witty and Inventive Whimsy

Buyer & Cellar at the Falcon Theatre Review – Wonderfully Witty and Inventive Whimsy The play, inspired by Barbara Streisand’s 2010 book, “My Passion for Design,” is an outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things and the oddest of odd jobs

Siamese Sex Show Review - A Lively Pop Musical Satire

Siamese Sex Show Review - A Lively Pop Musical Satire SIAMESE SEX SHOW is a sexy romp into a scary future with great music and dance

Hollywood Premiere Party, the Show Review - Chaos on the Titanic

Hollywood Premiere Party, the Show Review - Chaos on the Titanic An immersive theater experience based on the ultimate Hollywood event - a film premiere which includes a red carpet, paparazzi, celebrity interviews and antics, live music, dinner, and dancing - this party mimics real-life Hollywood's excesses

The Beauty, The Banshee, and Me Review - The Search for Roots

The Beauty, The Banshee, and Me Review - The Search for Roots The adopted daughter of media celebrities Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, Cathy Lind Hayes struggled for decades to trace her origins in a society which historically tried to shield the birth mother from being identified

A Taste of Honey Review - A Hard Look at the Two W's*

A Taste of Honey Review - A Hard Look at the Two W's* Life is hard in Manchester, England, in the 1950's; and teenager Jo and her mother Helen may be losing the battle with poverty - until a gentle, sweet-talking sailor and a violent, hard-drinking beau try to change that

Theatre Review - Going…Going…GONE – A Comedy With A Message

Theatre Review - Going…Going…GONE – A Comedy With A Message Funny yet poignant look at life with a baseball setting

Theater Review - Don’t Tell My Mother! – A Dramatic Retelling With A Comedic Twist

Theater Review - Don’t Tell My Mother! – A Dramatic Retelling With A Comedic Twist An award winning show presents life stories in a comedic fashion

6th Annual CATbaret Coming to the Avalone Theatre on October 15, 2016 - A SpeCATular Musical Charity Event!!

6th Annual CATbaret Coming to the Avalone Theatre on October 15, 2016 - A SpeCATular Musical Charity Event!! Fred Willard, Hal Sparks and Keith David are just a few of the stars performing at the 6th annual CATbaret, the speCATular at the Avalon Theatre on Saturday, October 15th. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the homeless cats of Los Angeles

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Theatre Review - Brilliant Performances Chase Away the Blues

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Theatre Review - Brilliant Performances Chase Away the Blues Ambition and art collide with the business of the blues in August Wilson's masterpiece "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom" Set in 1927 Chicago during a recording session at a white-owned studio -inspired by real-life Mother of the Blues Gertrude "Ma" Rainey

Captain of the Bible Quiz Team Review - From the Mouths of LGBTQ Lutheran Ministers

Captain of the Bible Quiz Team Review - From the Mouths of LGBTQ Lutheran Ministers An idealistic minister fresh out of the seminary, Pastor Landry Sorenson returns to his childhood church at Christmas due to the current minister, also his father, having a health crisis; in a few months, events will change the congregation forever

Theater Unspeakable presents The American Revolution Review - American History Comes to Life

Theater Unspeakable presents The American Revolution Review - American History Comes to Life Theater Unspeakable’s The American Revolution presents an important chapter of American history. Using only their bodies and voices, 7 actors sharing only 21 square feet of space 2 feet off the ground recreate America's fight for independence

Barbecue Review - A Good Old-Fashioned Family Party

Barbecue Review - A Good Old-Fashioned Family Party The family has decided that Barbara, what with her alcoholism and drug addiction, needs a push in the directions of sobriety at her barbecue birthday party; but it's a barbecue with lots of twists that will keep the audience guessing to the end

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