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“Bright Star” Shines Brightly At the Ahmanson Theatre

“Bright Star” Shines Brightly At the Ahmanson Theatre

| October 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Friday, October 20, 2017 Los Angeles audiences were graced with the opening of a delightful new musical from the creative minds of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. Direct from Broadway, “Bright Star” splits its narrative between two timelines: one taking place in in the early 1920s, while the other is set 22 years later.

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“Curious Incident” Dazzles and Delights at the Ahmanson Theatre

“Curious Incident” Dazzles and Delights at the Ahmanson Theatre

| August 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Last Thursday, Los Angeles audiences were treated to a very special engagement of the new play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”. The insightful new play, based on the novel by Mark Haddon, is written by Simon Stephens, who coincidentally has another play, “Heisenberg”, running next door in the Mark Taper Forum.

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Heisenberg Captivates With Terrific Performances

Heisenberg Captivates With Terrific Performances

| July 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Thursday July 6, 2017, Los Angeles was graced with the opening of the critically acclaimed direct-from-Broadway play, “Heisenberg.”

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“Failure: A Love Story” Is Entertaining, Though Hardly Thought Provoking

“Failure: A Love Story” Is Entertaining, Though Hardly Thought Provoking

| April 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Sunday night, the Kirk Douglas Theatre welcomed the Coeurage  Theatre Company production of “Failure: A Love Story”. Written by Philip Dawkins, the one-act play is the first of three in Center Theatre Group’s “Block Party”, a celebration of the LA theater scene.

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“Into the Woods” Comes to the Ahmanson Theatre

“Into the Woods” Comes to the Ahmanson Theatre

| April 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday April 5, the stage at Center Theatre Group’s Ahmanson Theatre was graced with a simple, yet spectacular production for the ages. This production of the popular Stephen Sondheim classic, “Into the Woods” was originally mounted by the critically acclaimed Fiasco Theatre Company in New York, where it was produced Off Broadway, winning the […]

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“Good Grief” Makes an Amazing Debut at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

“Good Grief” Makes an Amazing Debut at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Life is something most of us often take for granted. We never think about how quickly it can be ripped from us, and when it is taken from someone we love we shut ourselves completely down, locking our drive to live our own lives away. Ngozi Anyanwu’s “Good Grief” which opened at the historic Kirk […]

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THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL GOES CAMP WITH NILBOG: THE UNAUTHORIZED PARODY OF TROLL 2

THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL GOES CAMP WITH NILBOG: THE UNAUTHORIZED PARODY OF TROLL 2

| June 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Some amount of camp is to be expected at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, a nearly two week event that puts the spotlight on some of the lesser known productions that happen in Los Angeles. NILBOG: The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Troll 2 delivers just that and more.

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THE 3RD ANNUAL SCI-FEST RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES

THE 3RD ANNUAL SCI-FEST RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES

| May 13, 2016 | 1 Comment

Last night the 3rd Annual Sci-Fest kicked off its second round of programming with a brand new set of one act plays at the Acme Theatre in Los Angeles.

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Q & A WITH ‘JERSEY BOYS’ RENEE MARINO: 1 WOMAN SHOW & MORE!

Q & A WITH ‘JERSEY BOYS’ RENEE MARINO: 1 WOMAN SHOW & MORE!

| March 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Just before the new year, we had the pleasure of seeing the talented Broadway star and film actress Renée Marino (Jersey Boys) in her one-woman, one night only show “I Am Me, Because of Three” at Rockwell Table & Stage.  We recently caught up with her about her plans for the show in 2016 and […]

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SEAN HAYES SHINES IN AN ACT OF GOD

SEAN HAYES SHINES IN AN ACT OF GOD

| February 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Comedy is never an easy thing to accomplish. It’s even more difficult to establish a successful routine that centers on religion, politics, and fanaticism.

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