Articles by Robert Petrarca

Theatre Review- Other Desert Cities Masterfully Overtakes the Mark Taper Forum

Theatre Review- Other Desert Cities Masterfully Overtakes the Mark Taper Forum Other Desert Cities is an absolute must see for anyone with a fine taste and appreciation for that type of theatre that only skilled masters can create

The Dinosaur Within Theatre Review- Wrapping up the 2011 Season at Boston Court

The Dinosaur Within Theatre Review- Wrapping up the 2011 Season at Boston Court Boston Court concludes their season with a play that proves no stray from the ride they've continued to provide since opening their doors not so long ago

Tales of the City Theatre Review- Armistead Maupin's Best-Selling Books Hit the Stage at ACT

Tales of the City Theatre Review- Armistead Maupin's Best-Selling Books Hit the Stage at ACT There’s so much you want to love about American Conservatory Theater’s production of Tales of the City, the original musical penned under the inspiration of Armistead Maupin’s books of the same name

My Blend - New Skincare Line Travels Cross Country to The Studio at Fred Segal

My Blend - New Skincare Line Travels Cross Country to The Studio at Fred Segal My Blend, a highly-personalized skincare line from Dr. Olivier Courtin, son of Clarins founder Jacques Courtin, hits Studio at Fred Segal and promises to offer the most unique and specialized skin care treatment currently available

An Interview with Medium Lisa Williams

An Interview with Medium Lisa Williams LifetimeTV's own Medium / Clairvoyant Lisa Williams talks about her family, her show and the special gift she is taking on the road with her 2009 Tour. Next stop, Club Nokia in Los Angeles

"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

Gross Indeceny Theatre Review - Oscar Wilde takes to the stage

Gross Indeceny Theatre Review - Oscar Wilde takes to the stage The Eclectic Company Theatre brings you a theatrical recount of the three trials of Oscar Wilde that tragically lead you from the peak of success to a degrading demise

The Threepenny Opera Theatre Review - Mack is Back!

The Threepenny Opera Theatre Review - Mack is Back! The International City Theatre brings us Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's "The Threepenny Opera" at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center with translations by Michael Feingold

Time Stands Still Theatre Review - The Light of Reality

Time Stands Still Theatre Review - The Light of Reality The Geffen Playhouse brings together an admirable group for this newly commissioned production by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Margulies

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Theatre Review- An American Classic Finds a Unique Home

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Theatre Review- An American Classic Finds a Unique Home This modern American Classic finds a retelling in the unexpected and intriguing home of Blue Zone Theatre, a company founded by and for actors with disabilities

The Bird and Mr. Banks Theatre Review - The Hilariously Tragic Tale of Mr. Banks

The Bird and Mr. Banks Theatre Review - The Hilariously Tragic Tale of Mr. Banks Co-artistic director and star of ABC's LOST, Sam Anderson, headlines this wonderfully bizarre Hitchcock-ian production at The Road Theatre Company in North Hollywood

La Ronde Theatre Review - A Duet of Love and Sex in Ten Dialogues

La Ronde Theatre Review - A Duet of Love and Sex in Ten Dialogues LA Ronde brings sex and love to the Zephyr Theatre on Melrose as an ode to its "pornographic" playwright

The Busy World is Hushed Theatre Review - The Religious Psyche Unearthed

The Busy World is Hushed Theatre Review - The Religious Psyche Unearthed Keith Bunin's masterful play makes its way from NY to the Meta Theatre on Melrose in Los Angeles compliments of Bright Eyes Productions

Sugar Film Review - A movie about America's favorite pastime and the American Dream

Sugar Film Review - A movie about America's favorite pastime and the American Dream 2008 AFI Fest presents Sugar, a tender story of one young man's struggle to hold on to the American dream in the highly competitive world of Minor League Baseball

Acné Film Review - One Boy's Pimples Stand Between Him and His First Kiss

Acné Film Review - One Boy's Pimples Stand Between Him and His First Kiss Acné is the 2008 AFI Fest selection that features a boy's coming-of-age while doing battle with his own bad skin

Witch Hunt Film Review - A Story of the Wrongly Accused

Witch Hunt Film Review - A Story of the Wrongly Accused The 2008 AFI Film Festival gives us a documentary about a time in recent history when dozens of innocent citizens in Kern County, California were falsely imprisoned on child molestation charges

Hunger Film Review - A Wonderful Transition for Artist Steve McQueen

Hunger Film Review - A Wonderful Transition for Artist Steve McQueen Steve McQueen, one of Britain's most distinguished artists, pens his first feature film to mark his directorial debut

Good Bobby Theatre Review - A Wonderful Exploration of an Historic Icon

Good Bobby Theatre Review - A Wonderful Exploration of an Historic Icon This bio drama explores the dynamic complexity of one of America's greatest heroes and one of the world's most famous families - don't miss this Los Angeles treasure

Bat Boy The Musical Theatre Review - A Night at The Warner Grand Theatre

Bat Boy The Musical Theatre Review - A Night at The Warner Grand Theatre This potential cult classic plays through October 19 at the majestic Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro and boasts such unsuspecting and fantastic songs as "Hold Me, Bat Boy" and "Apology to a Cow"

Asses & Elephants Theatre Review - A Triumphant Success

Asses & Elephants Theatre Review - A Triumphant Success This one-act treat is presented from now until the 2008 Presidential Election in partnership with "Rock the Vote" at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse. It even bolsters a free election night party at Stone Fire Pizza in LA for ticket holders

Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues Theatre Review

Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues Theatre Review Straight from a successful NYC and Australian run, this comedy comes to LA and promises that "even though it's a play, it doesn't suck"

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