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AGEISM IN TINSEL TOWN: DANIELLE KENNEDY BEATING THE ODDS

LOS ANGELES / PALM SPRINGS (November 23 , 2021) – Whoever said "It's too late", "You're too old." or "Retire!" hasn't met senior actor Danielle Kennedy who seems to be on a roll.  In the month of November alone she took home a nomination for best... Continue Reading →

THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP RELEASES THEATRE FACTS 2020 RESEARCH REPORT

41st annual report documents initial pandemic state of the field New York, NY – Not-for-profit theatres contributed nearly $2.1 billion to the U.S. economy and attracted 23 million attendees, according to Theatre Facts 2020, released by Theatre Communications Group (TCG), in partnership with... Continue Reading →

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: THE CHILDREN at The Fountain Theatre

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman  Copyright © 2021 Gia On The Move British playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s THE CHILDREN is in one way a thoughtful play about climate change and the moral responsibilities we face in confronting it. It’s also a too lengthy... Continue Reading →

GOTM PRODUCT REVIEW: NUCIFIC BIO-X4 

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The holidays are here.  And so, begins the annual cycle of overindulgence in foods we know aren’t going to support our best self-care habits.  No matter how many articles we read or how many... Continue Reading →

GOTM REVIEW: SEVEN GUITARS at A Noise Within

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman August Wilson’s SEVEN GUITARS takes place in 1948. African American serviceman who’d fought in World War II returned to the States and found nothing changed. Racism permeated every aspect of civilian life; then, as now, a... Continue Reading →

GOTM REVIEW: POOR CLARE at Atwater Village Theatre

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman Before taking her vows and founding a new religious order, St. Clare of Assisi was a privileged young woman privy to all the perks and pleasures of the wealthy elite in 13th century Italy. All that... Continue Reading →

GOTM REVIEW: MY FAIR LADY at the Dolby Theatre

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman  MY FAIR LADY has always been a favorite of mine. Based on Shaw’s PYGMALION, it’s the story of a poor flower girl, disdained by all, who grows into a woman who garners everyone’s respect, most importantly her... Continue Reading →

THE SCARLET STONE: A PERSIAN MYTH STREAMING FREE NOW THROUGH OCTOBER 31

THE SCARLET STONE, a visually stunning dance-theatre program drawn from Persian myth and tradition, streams FREE through October 31.  THE SCARLET STONE is based on the Shahnameh, an epic poem by the 10th century Persian poet Ferdowsi. Eighty minutes long, in Persian with projected English subtitles, it was created by composer/director Shahrokh Yadegari and dancer/choreographer Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam and performed live... Continue Reading →

GOTM REVIEW: HAVE A GOOD ONE at the Dorie Theatre at the Complex Hollywood

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Sitting in the audience was like watching television…which isn’t surprising considering HAVE A GOOD ONE director, co-writer, producer et al, Stan Zimmerman has more than a knack for it.  Zimmerman has been writing über... Continue Reading →

Are we there yet? Freeing Britney Spears 2021

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The coverage of the Britney Spears conservatorship has been nothing short of sensational.  In the last several months alone, we’ve seen a firestorm of dramatic testimony, intense media speculation, the advance of the #FreeBritney movement,... Continue Reading →

LA-BASED L’FREAQ NEW DARK SYNTH-POP EP SHOWGIRL OUT NOW VIA POSITION MUSIC

LA-based dark-synth pop artist, L'FREAQ, recently shared her sophomore EP, Showgirl, via Position Music. The 5-track release is full of powerhouse vocals, deeply personal lyrics and a fire-in-belly passion for a lifestyle of performance that isn't performative. Steadied by unapologetic realness, L'FREAQ shows the shadows... Continue Reading →

GOTM REVIEW: THE WOLFE AND THE BIRD at the Matrix Theatre

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman Night. A car halts at the side of a dirt road. A harsh female voice orders a youngster, played by writer/performer Rachel Parker, to get out [!] — then drives off, leaving the terrified child behind.... Continue Reading →

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