Articles by Ester Shifren

“Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory” movie review – Music’s Healing Powers

“Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory” movie review – Music’s Healing Powers In many wonderful moments we witness those transformations unfold—seeing joy and gratitude on all the respondents’ faces as they're experiencing the music from their younger days. Some even manage to carry a tune!

“The Manor” at Greystone Mansion Theatre Review – Murder and Madness

“The Manor” at Greystone Mansion Theatre Review – Murder and Madness Money, madness, murder, sex—it’s all here! “The Manor” is extremely enjoyable and will get you wondering what really happened, and wanting to explore further for yourself.

The Sexual Life of Savages Theatre Review – Riveting and Raunchy

The Sexual Life of Savages Theatre Review – Riveting and Raunchy The Sexual Life of Savages examines our own hidden thoughts about sexual constraints and beliefs. This superb presentation pulls no punches and delivers many twists and turns, and angles to ponder about tolerance, empathy, and morality.

“Penelope” at Rogue Machine Theatre Review – Snarling Black Comedy

“Penelope” at Rogue Machine Theatre Review – Snarling Black Comedy On a sun-scorched Greek island four men living in Penelope’s empty, derelict pool are the remaining survivors of 100 aspiring suitors, all testing her fidelity while she waits for her husband, Odysseus, to return.

“The Love List” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Compelling Comedy

“The Love List” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Compelling Comedy Leon,married, takes his friend Bill to dinner for his fiftieth birthday and gifts him with a purchase from a Gypsy matchmaker, a Love List for Bill to complete, cataloging his orderly choice of the ten most desirable qualities in a woman

“Educating Rita” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Scintillating Comedy

“Educating Rita” at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills Theatre Review – A Scintillating Comedy A Pygmalion-themed story about a brash, married twenty-six-year-old working-class Liverpool hairdresser, who desperately craves a higher education and expansion of intellect, horizons, and possibilities

“Man in a Case” at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica Theater Review – Mikhail Baryshnikov Stars

“Man in a Case” at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica Theater Review – Mikhail Baryshnikov Stars “Man in a Case” and “About Love” are an adaptation of two anti-love, haunting short stories by Anton Chekhov that create a bridge between our time and the 19th-century.

“Paul Robeson” at The Ebony Repertory Theatre Review - Keith David is Brilliant

“Paul Robeson” at The Ebony Repertory Theatre Review - Keith David is Brilliant Playwright and director Phillip Hayes Dean’s one-man play “Paul Robeson” powerfully chronicles the life of a remarkably talented man who, against great odds, achieved huge accomplishments and international stardom

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