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Here’s what we LOVE about Cabana Anna:
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Be sure to check out their online boutique, www.caswim.com, for the perfect 4th of July bikini. Some of our favorite picks are the Balboa Bowshorts in ‘Hampton’ – a fun, blue gingham checkered print that features a white French lace bow, instantly bringing to mind Bridget Bardot and picnics on the beach – and the Solana Halter in Cardinal Red, perfect for the 4th of July when paired with the nautical striped Newport sweetheart briefs!
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The villains get the best lines
One of the most coveted roles in Shakespearean literature, Shakespeare’s history play recounts how Richard ascended to the throne and consolidated his power largely by accomplishing the murder of his perceived political adversaries, including members of his own family, in a story that resonates as surprisingly modern. Fast, vicious and murderous, Richard III revels in Shakespeare’s gleeful poetry, hurtling along with Richard on his psychotic vision of world domination.
Directed by Natasha Troop, Eclectic Company’s Richard III is this season’s play to watch. Described as an “intimate encounter with Shakespeare’s most popular and cunning anti-hero, Richard of Gloucester,” the design elements of the current production are a mash-up of the futuristic and 1930s-era retro, highlighting both the elegance of life at court and the coldness of the Plantagenet feud.
It is both silky and seductive, ferocious and brutal, charming and repelling.
The cast includes Jon Mullich as Richard, also featuring Ovation award nominee Jesse Merlin (Re-Animator: The Musical) as Buckingham, and Christian Chan, Alon Dina, Melody Doyle, Carissa Gipprich, Rachel Kanouse, Jessicah Neufeld, David Pinion, Tim Polzin, Glenn Simon, Janie Steele, Randi Tahara, Gary Tremble, Eliot Troop, Micah Watterson and Nathan Werner.
Costume Designer: Wendell C. Carmichael
Fight choreography: Christian Chan
The Eclectic Company Theatre
5312 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
Valley Village, CA 91607
(between Chandler and Magnolia)
WHEN: July 24- August 30, 2015. Fri. & Sat. at 8:00, Sun. at 2:00.
RESERVATIONS: (818) 508-3003.
ONLINE TICKETING: www.eclecticcompanytheatre.org
With one final “Ack” beloved comic strip character Cathy (originally authored by cartoonist Cathy Guisewite) said goodbye to her readers on October 3, 2010, after 34 years of struggling through the ups and downs of food, love, family and work – the four basic guilt groups of the modern women.
Writer/Producer Susan Sassi, however, thinks Cathy is more relevant than ever and has created Cathy in Real Life, a live action parody of the Cathy comic strip which explores the changing definition of feminism in a comical way.
Susan wanted to develop a lighthearted film project that had more parts for women as well as showcase different opinions of what should and shouldn’t be empowering to women.
It is fun and important. And “the more people see women protagonists [in film], the more they can re-train themselves to relate to women.” It’s that simple!
Yep! It’s an indie-go-go. So as part of our Los Angeles Femme writers/directors/producers community, we’ve decided to support this truly super cool project and hope you will too.
They need to raise $2650 in 32 days to cover all the costs. And there are some delicious retail therapy perks involves.
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Sixth Annual Festival Closes With a Bang
The 2015 Hollywood Fringe Festival ended last night after crowning this year’s award winners at the annual Award Ceremony and Closing Night Party. Over 650 people attended the event.The Freak Awards are community-voted by Fringe participants and attendees. Winners included:
- Top of the Fringe: Shakespeare’s Last Night Out (Or What? You, Will?)
- Fringe First (World Premiere): Alien vs. Musical
- The International Award: Love Labours Won
- Best in Ensemble Theatre: Cookie & The Monster
- Best in Solo Performance: Shakespeare’s Last Night Out (Or What? You, Will?)
- Best in Cabaret & Variety: Thenardier’s Inn- A Les Miserables Cabaret
- Best in Comedy: The Poe Show
- Best in Dance & Physical Theatre: Four Clowns Presents The Halfwits’ Last Hurrah
- Best in Musicals & Operas: King of Kong: A Musical Parody
Click here to see a full list of award winners, including sponsored awards and extensions.
The sixth annual Fringe was a huge success according to festival organizers, with record-breaking online ticket sales and attendance. Official numbers and year-to-year comparisons will be released in the coming weeks after settlement is complete.
ABOUT HOLLYWOOD FRINGE
The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual, open-access, community-derived event celebrating freedom of expression and collaboration in the performing arts community. Each June during the Hollywood Fringe, the arts infiltrates the Hollywood neighborhood: Fully equipped theaters, parks, clubs, churches, restaurants and other unexpected places host hundreds of productions by local, national, and international arts companies and independent performers.
Participation in the Hollywood Fringe is completely open and uncensored. This free-for-all approach underlines the festival’s mission to be a platform for artists without the barrier of a curative body. By opening the gates to anyone with a vision, the festival is able to exhibit the most diverse and cutting-edge points-of-view the world has to offer. Additionally, by creating an environment where artists must self-produce their work, the Fringe motivates its participants to cultivate a spirit of entrepreneurialism in the arts.
by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move
You will never look at Satan the same. He is part origin, part change, part prankster, part evil. Of all the monikers accorded the Devil, in this adaptation of the Dark One, he is no less a brilliant reasoner giving explanation to his very existence and in fact, so calm and likable, one cannot help but be swayed by his argument sans any manipulation. In this conversation about himself, he is very much partial to the truth.
Exquisite puppetry beginning with an opening classic favorite of Punch and Judy which turns into a Punch and Devil battle, Punch being triumphant, creator, director and puppeteer Robin Walsh opens a portal and a forum for Satan to directly speak with the audience.
“Grace appears most purely in that human form which either has no consciousness or an infinite consciousness…And who, or what, has had and lost more grace than Satan?”
Incredibly crafted the text is compiled by existing words, sayings and dialogues attributed to Satan from the 1400’s to the 1990’s and has been interpreted from playwright Yvonne Mitchell’s solo piece “Speak of the Devil.” The Devil, the puppet is extraordinary and so life-like as to mesmerize.
I got to see this show at midnight on Friday evening this past weekend. What a mysterious captivating treat!