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Zoot Suit Review - Pride and Prejudice 2017

Zoot Suit Review - Pride and Prejudice 2017 Chicano Henry Reyna and 22 members of the 38 Street gang - all proudly sporting their zoot suits - are accused of murder, convicted in a sham trial, and sent to prison for life - marking but one event in the racially charged, 1940's LA landscape

Fried Chicken and Latkes at The Braid in Santa Monica - Interview with Rain Pryor Writer/Actress

Fried Chicken and Latkes at The Braid in Santa Monica -  Interview with Rain Pryor Writer/Actress It is a comical and heart-wrenching story about growing up Black and Jewish in a politically incorrect era. The journey reveals how she finds her identity in both worlds

“For Piano and Harpo” at Falcon Theatre Review – Slick, deeply thought provoking

“For Piano and Harpo” at Falcon Theatre Review – Slick, deeply thought provoking Successfully portrays a nightmarish, sad, and sometimes hilarious journey from addiction to redemption as the layers of Oscar Levant’s life are gradually peeled away to reveal the pain

Shades of Disclosure Review - AIDS Anonymous

Shades of Disclosure Review - AIDS Anonymous Members of QueerWise, a Los Angeles-based LGBTQ group, share their poignant, true stories about life as outliers, some of whom have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and have learned to accept and live with this terrifying disease

POP The Elixir of Love Review - Hip Jukebox Opera

POP The Elixir of Love Review - Hip Jukebox Opera In POP Opera's hilarious production, soda jerk Nemorino, pines for the most popular girl in town and drinks a potion to make her love him

Debussy: His Letters and His Music Review - Brought to Life by Julia Migenes

Debussy: His Letters and His Music Review - Brought to Life by Julia Migenes Celebrated soprano Julia Migenes brings music giant Debussy to life as she chats about his life, loves, successes, and failures - all to the backdrop of Debussy's lush, haunting, and emotional melodies skillfully played by pianist Manuel Arellano

The Giver - La Mirada Theatre Presents the Stage Adaptation of the Amazing Book

The Giver - La Mirada Theatre Presents the Stage Adaptation of the Amazing Book The highly acclaimed book "The Giver" is being brought to the stage at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts for one day only. The long running theatre group Phantom Projects has been showcasing the talents of teens for twenty years and "The Giver" should be another in the long line of hits for the company when it comes to the stage on February 16th

Witness for the Prosecution Review - Agatha Christie at her Best

Witness for the Prosecution Review - Agatha Christie at her Best English barrister Sir Robarts is called upon to defend accused murderer Leonard Vole after the body of his rich widow friend is found, but only his wife can afford him an alibi - so why is she a witness for the prosecution rather than the defense?

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Return Review - Chekhov Dances

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Return Review - Chekhov Dances Vanya and his sister Sonia have lived in a quiet farmhouse for their entire lives, while their sister Masha has traveled the world as a famous movie star - but fur will fly when Masha decides to return to the family homestead for a surprise visit

Skylight Theatre’s Artistic Director Gary Grossman Interview - State of the Arts for 2017 Season Intimate Theatre

Skylight Theatre’s Artistic Director Gary Grossman Interview - State of the Arts for 2017 Season Intimate Theatre I’m optimistic because Los Angeles is a vibrant Theatre Community! Artists here are resilient and they will fight to make their art grow even stronger

Plasticity Review - A Multimedia Study of Meaning

Plasticity Review - A Multimedia Study of Meaning As comatose David Rosely lies in his hospital bed, the people important in his life pass through his world, each sharing thoughts, opinions, and feelings while David tries to make sense of the senseless and organize the disorganized

Fugu Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Fugu Review - Truth is Stranger than Fiction When Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara wrote visas for 6,000 Lithuanian Jews and transported them to Kobe, Japan, during World War II, the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs must battle with the Gestapo to insure their safety and maintain peace

A White Guy on the Bus Review - Why Not Take the Mercedes?

A White Guy on the Bus Review - Why Not Take the Mercedes? This white guy lives a privileged life in an affluent suburb, while his wife teaches in a ghetto school trying to inspire her inner city students to reach for the American dream - so why is he chatting up a pretty black nursing student on a bus?

LA Opera’s The Abduction from the Seraglio – A Perfect Turkish Delight

LA Opera’s The Abduction from the Seraglio – A Perfect Turkish Delight Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio onstage now at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion is one of opera’s most popular comedies

LA Edwardian Ball Preview – Greg Autry will travel to LA to cover the 2017 Edwardian Ball

LA Edwardian Ball Preview – Greg Autry will travel to LA to cover the 2017 Edwardian Ball The Edwardian Ball experience is a unique blend of live music, theatre, fashion, circus, fine art, stage shows, literature, ballroom dancing, DJ’s, and character cosplay.

Beckett 5 Review - A Journey into the Absurd

Beckett 5 Review - A Journey into the Absurd Samuel Beckett's legacy lives on in five short plays which demonstrate his absurd, sometimes obscure, and constantly metaphysical approach to theater - an approach which led to his Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969 and his lasting impact on writers

Late Company Review - The Consequences of Bullying

Late Company Review - The Consequences of Bullying Still grieving over their son's suicide a year ago, a Canadian politician and his wife invite one of the bullies who made their son's life miserable and his parents to their home for dinner hoping for closure - with explosive results

Hollywood Light Orchestra Along With AB Special Events Hosting a Benefit with PLUR Foundation

Hollywood Light Orchestra Along With AB Special Events Hosting a Benefit with PLUR Foundation The concert will feature amazing artists coming together for a singular cause. This is not a protest event, but a declaration of our love for one another. Negativity has no place here.

The Last Vig Review - Goodfellas, Circa 2014

The Last Vig Review - Goodfellas, Circa 2014 A nostalgic peak at a mob boss who tries to hold on to past glory while the world marches on, perhaps without him

A Time to Kill Review - Mississippi Justice

A Time to Kill Review - Mississippi Justice Based on John Gresham's novel, idealistic white attorney Jake Brigance agrees to defend black Carl Lee Hailey, who has murdered the two white men who raped and brutally beat his ten-year-old daughter as the world outside the courtroom erupts in riot

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