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A Noise Within’s ‘Othello’ Draws Parallels to Current Events

By Kevin Hopps As timely as ever, the jealous fellow: 'Othello.’ “Reputation, reputation, reputation! O, I have lost my reputation!” sounds like a sound bite from the nightly news, a lament from some politician, who’s been caught in a tweet... Continue Reading →

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In Antaeus Theatre’s ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ Love and Hate Are Mutual Expressions

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Antaeus Theatre Company's The Cripple of Inishmaan could be celebrated as 'the most wonderful play of their season'. The silliest of expressions, but considering its ultimately delightful nature, it fits. Noted occasionally as... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Streetwear Clothing Brand OtherLinks Leading a Retail Rebellion

No inflated prices. No high-profile showrooms. No celebrity sponsorships. No pop-ups. No marketing hype. Tucked away in a warehouse space in Los Angeles, premium streetwear brand OtherLinks is quietly leading a retail rebellion. The company’s founder, Laure-Cecile Lafond-Fenonjoie (LCLF) has... Continue Reading →

Directors Lab West 2019 Now Accepting Applications

Each year, Directors Lab West brings together dedicated emerging and mid-career theater directors and choreographers with master artists for an eight-day intensive, enabling them to inspire each other to dream and create the future of the American Theater. The Directors... Continue Reading →

‘An Inspector Calls’ at the Wallis is Absolutely Flawless

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "The point is, you don’t seem to have learnt anything." It bears exclamation in the first line: An Inspector Calls at the Wallis Annenberg, a modern re-imagining of the original script set in 1912, directed... Continue Reading →

2019 Pacific Playwrights Festival: Seven New Plays From the Nation’s Hottest Playwrights

Press Release South Coast Repertory Artistic Director David Ivers and Managing Director Paula Tomei today announced the lineup for the 2019 Pacific Playwrights Festival (PPF). The annual showcase of new works kicks off on April 26 with a concert reading... Continue Reading →

Small Green Door Theatre’s ‘​Lady Under Light’ To Benefit Emergency Women’s Shelters in Los Angeles

On Saturday, February 9th and Sunday, February 19th, for one weekend only, Small Green Door (Instagram: @smallgreendoor) will present Lady Under Light , an original, fully-immersive, theatrical experience written and directed by accomplished playwright, Dominique Carrieri. In this production, the audience... Continue Reading →

DSA/Mellon Calls for 2019 Dance Studies Pre-Conference Seminar Participants

Press Release The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Dance Studies Association are excited to announce the Call for Participants for the 2019 DSA/Mellon Pre-Conference Seminar for Emergent Scholars, taking place August 7-8, 2019 at Northwestern University. This pre-conference seminar... Continue Reading →

Trend Alert: Chinese Laundry White Boots Transition to Spring

Keltie Knight and Alexandra Daddario were recently spotted wearing Chinese Laundry. Both the Entertainment Tonight host & actress rocked the white boot trend, completing their outfits with the Radiant Bootie in cloud (On sale now for $89.99 ). Kickin' for... Continue Reading →

The fragility of human beings: ‘Too Heavy For Your Pocket’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Too Heavy For Your Pocket, the West Coast Premiere of Jiréh Breon Holder’s fantastic play about two families in 1960’s Nashville, is a touching and emotional success on every level and a wonderful production by Sacred... Continue Reading →

What will you let go, to be who you are? ‘Paradise’ at the Odyssey

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A former Columbia neuroscientist turned high school biology teacher, Dr. Guy Royston (Jeff Marlow) and his gifted Yemeni-American student, a high school senior, Yasmeen al-Hamadi, (Medalion Rahimi), form an unlikely scientific partnership in... Continue Reading →

‘Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists’ -An HBO documentary

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill were 20th century star reporters whose writings served as a conduit between the man of the street and major events of the time. High school graduates, both of Irish extraction, they... Continue Reading →

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