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August: Osage County Review - Ahmanson Theater

August: Osage County Review - Ahmanson Theater "August: Osage County," the 2008 Pulitzer and Tony Award-Winner comes to the Ahmanson Theater, at L.A.’s Music Center

August: Osage County Theatre Review - The Tony Award Winning HIt Drama Comes to the Ahmanson

August: Osage County Theatre Review - The Tony Award Winning HIt Drama Comes to the Ahmanson A sensational production of the Tony Award Winning "August: Osage County" opens at the Ahmanson with well-deserved standing ovations

School for Suckers Theatre Review - An Original Piece of Shameless Theatre

School for Suckers Theatre Review - An Original Piece of Shameless Theatre The comedy School for Suckers highlights five young adults experience at being served the inevitable suck punch by the real world

California Philharmonic's Last of Season - Broadway's Best

California Philharmonic's Last of Season - Broadway's Best The last performance of a great season of music from the California Philharmonic

Bright Ideas Theatre Review - A Brilliant Macbethian Black Comedy Metriculates at ICT

Bright Ideas Theatre Review - A Brilliant Macbethian Black Comedy Metriculates at ICT Bright Ideas takes the absurdity of excessive parental devotion, wraps it in a richly textured abstract set, adds a healthy dash of Macbeth and ties it all together with a bright bow of screwball comedy

Manuscript Theatre Review - Tall Blonde Productions and Elephant Stageworks Delivers Another Solid Show

Manuscript Theatre Review - Tall Blonde Productions and Elephant Stageworks Delivers Another Solid Show Tall Blonde Productions and Elephant Stageworks presents the West Coast Premiere of Manuscript, Paul Grellong's ode to the unrequitted Wordsmith, and those who try to steal their work

Comedy Juice at Hollywood Improv Review -- Scot Richardson’s Comics Bring the Funny Every Week

Comedy Juice at Hollywood Improv Review -- Scot Richardson’s Comics Bring the Funny Every Week Comedy Juice is legendary within the comedy world. Spread between Irvine, Hollywood, Pasadena and New York, Scot Richardson's group controls comedy somewhere in the country almost every night of the week

California Philharmonic Orchestra Finale Review - Left Us "Wanting For More"

California Philharmonic Orchestra Finale Review - Left Us "Wanting For More" It was a sad moment as our Sunday afternoons featuring the California Philharmonic Orchestra with Maestro Victor Vener at the helm came to a season finale with “Broadway’s Best”

The Cherry Orchard Theatre Review - Botanicum's Production of Chekhov's Final Play Captivates Using New Southern Interpretation

The Cherry Orchard Theatre Review - Botanicum's Production of Chekhov's Final Play Captivates Using New Southern Interpretation The Theatricum Botanicum's gamble of adapting and re-imagining THE CHERRY ORCHARD for 1970 Virginia succeeds, courtesy of the superb acting, smooth direction, and especially the writing talents of Director Heidi Helen Davis and its star, Ellen Geer

Samm Levine Interview - Starring with Brad Pitt in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Inglorious Basterds’

Samm Levine Interview - Starring with Brad Pitt in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Inglorious Basterds’ Samm Levine co-stars in Inglorious Basterds opening this Friday, August 21 in theaters everywhere. Playing one of the “basterds” opposite Oscar nominee Brad Pitt and written and directed by Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino

Billie & Bogie Theatre Review - Channelling Icons at the Whitefire Theatre

Billie & Bogie Theatre Review - Channelling Icons at the Whitefire Theatre The Whitefire Theatre presents two legends in Back-to-back Solo Shows Billie & Bogie

Fuggedaboudit means forget it

Fuggedaboudit means forget it Fuggedaboudit means forget it

California Philharmonic Review - A Summer of Music Ecstasy

California Philharmonic Review - A Summer of Music Ecstasy The summer music series of the California Philharmonic

The Merchant of Venice Theatre Review - Cruelty and Mercy are Deftly Explored in Shakespeare Orange County

The Merchant of Venice Theatre Review - Cruelty and Mercy are Deftly Explored in Shakespeare Orange County The talented cast, led by SOC veteran Michael Nehring, brings much layering and texture regarding mercy, cruelty, and anti-semitism in The Merchant of Venice

Eden Espinoza:ME Plays Upright Cabaret’s Summer Nights Series with Audra Mae Review -- Fun Show at the always entertaining Ford Amphitheater

Eden Espinoza:ME Plays Upright Cabaret’s Summer Nights Series with Audra Mae Review --  Fun Show at the always entertaining Ford Amphitheater Eden Espinoza, star of stage and screen (Wicked, Rent, Flora the Red Menace) joins with Audra Mae to bring Upright Cabaret’s Summer Nights to Hollywood’s Ford Amphitheater

Don't Forget to Remember Theatre Review - A Superbly Acted Drama

Don't Forget to Remember Theatre Review - A Superbly Acted Drama Director Kiff Scholl give the midas touch to "Don't Forget to Remember", a sensitive social issue explored in this compelling drama of when minds and lives become unhinged

Treefall Theatre Review - A Thoughful Exploration of Human Nature and Gender Roles

Treefall Theatre Review - A Thoughful Exploration of Human Nature and Gender Roles Henry Murray's Treefall is a poignant tale of three young boys who struggle to grown into men, in a world that provides no example of how to do that

The Pain & The Itch Theater Review - A Vicious Must-See Comedy

The Pain & The Itch Theater Review - A Vicious Must-See Comedy Director Damaso Rodriguez of the Furious Theatre Company presents the West Coast Premiere of Bruce Norris' brilliantly wicked dramedy at the Theatre @ Boston Court

CalPhil’s Swords and Chivalry at the Disney Concert Hall Review -- Centuries of Entertainment on a Sunday afternoon

CalPhil’s Swords and Chivalry at the Disney Concert Hall Review -- Centuries of Entertainment on a Sunday afternoon Maestro Victor Vener led the CalPhil orchestra through centuries of music, fun and an interactive ending, all the while with visits from world-class pianist Robert Thies and Studio City’s Cabar Feidh Pipe Band

The Miser Theatre Review - The Theatricum Botanicum Fancies Farcical Fun with The Miser

The Miser Theatre Review - The Theatricum Botanicum Fancies Farcical Fun with The Miser The Theatricum Botanicum quenches this hot Summer of Greed by having fun with it in The Miser, led by a dynamic performance from Alan Blumenfeld in the title role

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