Articles by Michelle Clay

The Break of Noon Theatre Review - Challenging What We Believe

The Break of Noon Theatre Review - Challenging What We Believe The Geffen Playhouse presents Neil LaBute's "The Break of Noon" directed by Jo Bonney

Mr. Kolpert Theatre Review - Not Your Garden Variety Farce

Mr. Kolpert Theatre Review - Not Your Garden Variety Farce It started out as quaint dinner party of four and evolves into a frenzied blood bath. Black comedy is resurrected at Hollywood's Fake Gallery with the Norton People production of Mr. Kolpert

Closer Theatre Review - Road-Tested But Not Ready

Closer Theatre Review - Road-Tested But Not Ready The Dermatologist, The Photographer, The Writer and his Lover. This is the love-quadrilateral, which is Patrick Marber’s Closer

Topdog/Underdog Theatre Review - Lightning Strikes Twice at Fremont Centre

Topdog/Underdog Theatre Review - Lightning Strikes Twice at Fremont Centre Fremont Centre Theatre’s production of Topdog / Underdog exemplifies exquisite acting, intelligent, emotional writing and judicious direction

Butterfly Musical Theatre Review - A World Premiere at Write Act Rep

Butterfly Musical Theatre Review - A World Premiere at Write Act Rep Now EXTENDED through February 26th! "Butterfly" A World Premiere Musical by Michael Antin at Write Act Repertory

Caught Theatre Review - A Terrific World Premiere at The Zephyr on Melrose

Caught Theatre Review - A Terrific World Premiere at The Zephyr on Melrose Southern meets SoCal in a tale of the ever evolving institution of family. The Zephyr Theatre on Melrose presents Caught

Emily's Song Theatre Review - A Epic Musical Journey at Hudson Backstage

Emily's Song Theatre Review - A Epic Musical Journey at Hudson Backstage Jordan Productions presents EMILY'S SONG, an epic musical Journey straight to your heart

99 Impossible Things Theatre Review - A World Premiere @ Eclectic

99 Impossible Things Theatre Review - A World Premiere @ Eclectic How can you tell if it's a normal day at The Magic Bean Coffee Shop when the clientele are anything but? The Eclectic Company Theatre presents the world Premiere of 99 Impossible Things

Loving Repeating Musical Theatre Review - ICT Delivers an Enchanted Evening

Loving Repeating Musical Theatre Review - ICT Delivers an Enchanted Evening The West Coast premiere of a musical about loving life, loving thinking, loving making art and loving love in Loving Repeating: A Musical of Gertrude Stein"

Take Me Out Theatre Review - Celebration Theatre Knocks it Out of The Park with Another Must-See Production

Take Me Out Theatre Review - Celebration Theatre Knocks it Out of The Park with Another Must-See Production **EXTENDED THRU FEBRUARY 19TH** Celebration Theatre hits a homerun with its latest production, the Tony Award winning play, Take Me Out

Sylvia Theatre Review - A Play for Dog People that Lacks Bite

Sylvia Theatre Review - A Play for Dog People that Lacks Bite Nothing comes between a man and his dog; except maybe his wife. The Sierre Madre Playhouse presents the A.R. Gurney comedy SYLVIA

BLINK & You Might Miss Me Theatre Review - The Small Show About A Great Big Life

BLINK & You Might Miss Me Theatre Review - The Small Show About A Great Big Life Larry Blum looks back at HIS life less ordinary in his one-man show BLINK & You Might Miss Me

John Lithgow's Stories By Heart Theatre Review

John Lithgow's Stories By Heart Theatre Review John Lithgow brings his critically acclaimed walk down memory lane to the Mark Taper Forum

Daddy Theatre Review - A Moving and Elegant Drama

Daddy Theatre Review - A Moving and Elegant Drama **EXTENDED THRU MARCH 13TH!!** A little while back, a good friend told me ‘there are no good gay dramas’. Well, all I can say now is... EUREKA! Go Check Out DADDY at the Hudson Theatre

I Saw The Devil Film Review - A Grisly Disturbing Tale of Revenge

I Saw The Devil Film Review - A Grisly Disturbing Tale of Revenge 2011 Sundance Film Festival opens its arms to the latest film by Korean Director Kim Jee-woon

Nevermore Theatre Review - A Tale of Madness, Addiction & Murder

Nevermore Theatre Review - A Tale of Madness, Addiction & Murder Young Edgar Allan Poe has his hands full when he visits his oldest & best friend, the one person from whom he also harbors his own darkest secrets

Amy & Elliot Theatre Review - A Must See Comedy About NOT Growing Up

Amy & Elliot Theatre Review - A Must See Comedy About NOT Growing Up Elliot does not want to grow up, and he's determined to keep Amy with him. See the new comedy by Ryan Eggold that asks: Does growing up really have to suck?

Love, Sex & the IRS Theatre Review - A Romp on the Wild Side 70s Style

Love, Sex & the IRS Theatre Review - A Romp on the Wild Side 70s Style theTribeProductions rings in the new year with a wacky farce that celebrates a classic 1970s Sitcoms

Next To Normal Musical Theatre Review - Where Grief, Rock & the Modern Family Collide

Next To Normal Musical Theatre Review - Where Grief, Rock & the Modern Family Collide From the director of RENT comes Next to Normal, an emotional powerhouse of a musical with a thrilling contemporary score about a family trying to take care of themselves and each other

Randy Newman's Harps and Angels Theatre Review - A Walk Down Remember Lane with the Music of Randy Newman

Randy Newman's Harps and Angels Theatre Review - A Walk Down Remember Lane with the Music of Randy Newman As a musical roast, Randy Newman's Harps and Angels is everything a Newman fan would want and hope for

Beast On the Moon Theatre Review - A Survivors' Waltz at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre

Beast On the Moon Theatre Review - A Survivors' Waltz at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre Richard Kalinoski’s heartbreaking tale of two Armenian holocaust survivors is truly unique in the way it addresses the necessity for love in the wake of tragedy

Circle Dance Theatre Review - A World Premiere Event at Skylight Theatre

Circle Dance Theatre Review - A World Premiere Event at Skylight Theatre ToTuus Artists presents The World Premiere of Circle Dance, the story of a seemingly perfect modern family on the verge of implosion

Leap of Faith Theatre Review - Get Ready for a Musical Miracle at the Ahmanson

Leap of Faith Theatre Review - Get Ready for a Musical Miracle at the Ahmanson Ahmanson Theatre presents the World Premiere directed by Rob Ashford. Raul Esparza stars in the uplifted new musical Leap of Faith

The Reckoning Theatre Review - "One Plantation: Two Families. So Many Secrets."

The Reckoning Theatre Review - "One Plantation: Two Families. So Many Secrets." LATC presents The Reckoning. A good-intentioned semi-historical family melodrama that unfortunately misses its mark

Bitch The Play Theatre Review - Roots of A Five Letter Word

Bitch The Play Theatre Review - Roots of A Five Letter Word Female Dog productions Presents: Bitch The Play, a collection of true life stories surrounding the constantly evolving meanings and uses of one evocation five-letter word

The Glass Menagerie Theatre Review - The Mark Taper Revives A Tennessee Williams Classic

The Glass Menagerie Theatre Review - The Mark Taper Revives A Tennessee Williams Classic Director Gordeon Edelstein renders a fairly forgettable production of an American Classic

Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific Theatre Review - One Enchanted Evening at the Ahmanson

Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific Theatre Review - One Enchanted Evening at the Ahmanson The Lincoln Center Theatre Production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific enchants and delights now at the Ahmanson Theatre

The Women of Brewster Place- The Musical Theatre Review

The Women of Brewster Place- The Musical Theatre Review Gloria Naylor's classic collection of short stories is revisited in the musical creation by Tim Actio. The Women of Brewster Place the Musical - Now at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood

Palomino Review - A One-Man West Coast Premiere at the Kirk Douglas

Palomino Review - A One-Man West Coast Premiere at the Kirk Douglas The Kirk Douglas Theatre's 2009/2010 season winds down with a one-man show from David Cale

Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps - The Art of Comic Chaos Comes to the Ahmanson

Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps - The Art of Comic Chaos Comes to the Ahmanson Tony Award Nominated Director Maria Aitken combines suspense, slapstick and Shadow puppets to bring the irresitably funny "The 39 Steps" to Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre

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