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Cast delivers memorable performance

Nestled in the midst of a peaceful Japanese Garden the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles lays our scene, in the 1920’s complete with pageboy...

Performers offer glimpse to world of backstage wrestling

“Backyard” by Mickey Birnbaum is a glimpse into the world of backyard wrestling. Chuck, a teenager played by Ian Bamberg, has written the script...

Romantic comedy doesn’t quite deliver

“Dates and Nuts,” a west-coast premiere from playwright Gary Lennon, is your standard formulaic romantic comedy. We open on our lead lamenting to her...

Spotlight on 24th Street Theatre (part 2)

I had arrived early at the theater for my meeting with executive director Jay McAdams. However, instead of finding a deserted lobby, which is...

Spotlight on 24th Street Theatre

Part one of a two part series It is amazing how one moment can define everything. How one simple moment, that seems inconsequential at the...

One-man show share story of brave performer

Paul Robeson is best known for his breathtaking performances of the song “Old Man River” which quickly became his signature piece. He enjoyed acclaim...

Enjoying a chat with a director

I recently had the occasion to attend “The Ghost Sonata” at The Actors’ Gang. However, as this is a workshop production and therefore not...

True-life events lead to solid stage production

Based on actual events, “TalHotBlond” unfolds a story of lies and obsession where fantasies on the internet cause dire consequences in real life. Thomas...

Novel adaptation makes for powerful, painful story

“My Name is Asher Lev,” adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok, chronicles the artistic struggle of a young Hasidic Jew with an indelible...

Love for written word makes for enthusiastic stage performance

In “A Word of Two,” written and performed by Christopher Plummer, Plummer takes the audience on a journey through his childhood, adolescence and adult...
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