Six one act Williams plays — some familiar and some rarely performed — knitted together in an evening’s theme with new material in the form of Tennessee Williams himself waxing poetic on his own creations and mysterious death)
Punch in. Punch out. Do the work, do your time, wait for the weekend. Sound familiar? In a time long before Dilbert, cubicle monkeys, and a life-sucking recession, Arthur Miller was musing on all these things and more. Oh, so much more.
A barking pig, by loose definition, is someone who changes the world. He doesn’t go along with the norm and doesn’t ever let anyone tell him what to do. This one-act play is now at Theatre Asylum as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival
Part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual celebration of the emerging arts and there are over 170 projects over the next three weeks. The Festival takes place June 16-26, 2011
Thicker Than Water doesn’t shy away from handling the big stuff, not once does it lecture you, tell you what to think or how to vote. The cast is nothing short of exquisite. I was positively giddy to see Barbara Bain (Cinnamon Carter, anyone?)
This expression of The Bluest Eye tells us, shows us, helps us understand. Phantom Projects Theatre Group specializes in plays based on classic pieces of literature. From here on out, I vow to see every one
One thing that can make great actors unforgettable is exceptional writing, and the three one-act plays making their world premiere at the Stella Adler are rich with brilliance, both on and off the stage
In an age of short attention spans, endless multi-tasking and Googlefied width without depth, it was intensely satisfying to sink into a seat at the Los Angeles premier of The Sunset Limited—a focused demanding experience