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THE ESCORT Review - An Explicit Play for Discriminating People

THE ESCORT Review - An Explicit Play for Discriminating People Jane Anderson’s new play at the Geffen Playhouse will have people talking. Sex is the topic with plenty of graphic sex talk throughout the play. Forget sexual innuendo; this is down and dirty sex itself

The Golden Gays Review - Sunny Days at Shady Pines

The Golden Gays Review - Sunny Days at Shady Pines Don’t dilly dally getting your tickets: The Golden Gays is back in LA by popular demand with the emphasis on both “popular” and “demand”

The Cripple of Inishmaan Review - Outrageous Banter, Stunning Cruelty

The Cripple of Inishmaan Review - Outrageous Banter,  Stunning Cruelty You will be entertained, astonished and also saddened

The Cripple of Inishmaan Review - A Star Studded Event At The Kirk Douglas Theatre

The Cripple of Inishmaan Review -  A Star Studded Event At The Kirk Douglas Theatre As with all of Martin McDonagh’s work, it is more potent to experience his works with a naiveté of what is to come

Prisoner of Second Avenue Theatre Review

Prisoner of Second Avenue Theatre Review The Wasatch Theatrical Ventures and GTC Burbank remind us of what recession looks like from the eyes of a middle class Brooklyn couple during the early 1970s in Neil Simon's Prisoner of Second Avenue

"Burn This" Review - CTG Delivers at the Mark Taper

 "Burn This" Review - CTG Delivers at the Mark Taper There is so much to love about Center Theatre Group's production of Burn This, at the Mark Taper Forum

Royal Theatre Review- Underground Theatre presents "Rent" at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood

Royal Theatre Review- Underground Theatre presents "Rent" at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood The Royal Underground Theatre Company's production of Rent is, for the most part, a solid production of a cultish show that makes a lot out of its more modest creation

Dog Sees God Review - Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

Dog Sees God Review - Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead With Dog Sees God, you go for the fun, lots of laughs, and you get a sort of contemporary morality play in the bargain

RENT (The Musical) - EXTENDING to May 21, 2011

RENT (The Musical) - EXTENDING to May 21, 2011 Everything you love about RENT is here

Copenhagen Review - What Happens in Copenhagen Stays in Copenhagen

Copenhagen Review - What Happens in Copenhagen Stays in Copenhagen What happens in Copenhagen stays in Copenhagen

The Boys Next Door Theater Review - An On Stage Revival at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse

The Boys Next Door Theater Review - An On Stage Revival at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse Tom Griffin’s poignant “The Boys Next Door,” a revival on stage at the Santa Monica Promenade Playhouse, is the story of four mentally challenged men who live together in a shared apartment and how they interact with the world around them

Oh Momma! & Obama Theatre Review - An Average Everyday Spoof

Oh Momma! & Obama Theatre Review - An Average Everyday Spoof In many ways Barack Obama made history with his presidential victory in 2008. However, in this latest Fremont Centre Theatre World Premiere, it seems that no credential is good enough for a disapproving mother-in-law

Southern Comfort Theater Review - Long Beach Production is a Romantic "Comfort" for the Soul

Southern Comfort Theater Review - Long Beach Production is a Romantic "Comfort" for the Soul With veteran actors Michael Learned and Granville Van Dusen at the helm, Kathleen Clark’s play on the budding relationship between a retired widow and widower brings a glimmer of romantic hope in a world filled with bitter cynicism

Theatre Review: Girls Talk - Mommyhood or career?

Theatre Review: Girls Talk - Mommyhood or career? A hilarious look at a mommy's life

The Next Fairy Tale Review -The Fairest New Musical of Them All!

The Next Fairy Tale Review -The Fairest New Musical of Them All! For the guardians of happily ever after, change has finally come. In The Next Fairy Tale, once upon a time begins with a prince finding true love... in a prince

A Moment With Katharine Ross, Drake Hogestyn, and Diane Namm

A Moment With Katharine Ross, Drake Hogestyn, and Diane Namm Katharine Ross is one of America’s national treasures having acted in two of the most famous films ever made – “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” and “The Graduate,” from which the Simon & Garfunkel song “Mrs. Robinson” hit #1 on Billboard

OUTFest Fusion Shorts Program - LGBT Filmmakers of Color Shine!

OUTFest Fusion Shorts Program - LGBT Filmmakers of Color Shine! I’ve said it before: The great thing about shorts is brilliance in brevity. OUTFest Fusion celebrates films by LGBT people of color

Turn of the Screw at LA Opera Review - Eerie and Esoteric

Turn of the Screw at LA Opera Review - Eerie and Esoteric Patricia Racette plays the Governess in Benjamin Britten's operatic adaptation of Turn of the Screw ghost story by novelist Henry James

Arthur Miller’s “Broken Glass” Review - On Stage at the Pico Playhouse

Arthur Miller’s “Broken Glass” Review - On Stage at the Pico Playhouse In these times of two or three line Facebook postings, abbreviated Twitter tweets, fast foods, sitcoms that toss commercials in your face every fifteen minutes, and an expectation of instant gratification where we are instructed to “cut to the chase”

Re-Animator the Musical Review - Zombies Gone Wild!

Re-Animator the Musical Review - Zombies Gone Wild! What’s a little blood bath when you can laugh and scream at hysterically funny horror antics

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