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GOTM THEATER REVIEW: TEA at Hero Theatre

Himiko’s death is as unsettled as her life. Married to an abusive husband, she wanders in and out of the gathering of her friends who have come to clean up the aftermath. She cannot yet make the journey to the other side and so she watches her friends struggle and occasionally helps them through the custom of drinking tea. Rebecca Wear directs playwright Velina Hasu Houston’s deeply soulful tale of five Japanese women and the unfulfilling realities of prejudice, loneliness, and isolation of their post-World War II Kansas lives.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: BRIGHT HALF LIFE at The Road Theater, NOHO

BRIGHT HALF LIFE at The Road Theater in North Hollywood is the heartbreaking love story of lesbian, interracial couple Erica and Vicky, and the evolution of their life and marriage together. It is nothing less than genuine theater baddassery. Sit up front.

NETFLIX CRACK DOWN ON ACCOUNT SHARING

At least 40% of Netflix users in the U.S. participate in password sharing. Now Netflix is cracking down on the practice by testing a new fee. Auburn University assistant professor of Media Studies Ellenor Patterson explains what this means for U.S. account sharing and the future of streaming platforms.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: FUTURE TRIPPING at LOFT Ensemble

Maddie shows up one day at her estranged father’s doorstep with the dead body of her future self.  And so, begins a surreal story of a father and daughter who grapple with all the ways their complicated relationship continues to go wrong

GOTM BOOK REVIEW: CARS, CASTLES, COWS AND CHAOS by Midge Guerrera

In her newly published compilation of hilarious Southern Italian adventures, author and American playwright, Midge Guerrera slugs-it-out-in-the-trenches of Italy to re-discover her ancestral heritage and live the sweet life.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW:  IN THE NEXT ROOM, OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY at Open Fist Theatre Company

A hot flash flickers across your body along with a wave of heat that paints your face with a tinge of red.  It’s odd yet somehow…beneficial?  You think, “Is this for real? Stimulation?!"   Yes.  And, you heard that right.  It’s a day in the life of a modern doctor treating a very needy patient. Except, this isn’t 2022 ... It’s 1880.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW:  CELESTIAL EVENTS at IAMA Theatre Company

Strangers accidentally bump into one another during a once-in-a-millennia meteor shower only to discover that each of their stories is related to one another.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: THE RAGE FAIRY at The Sherry Theatre NOHO

When they said nothing could stop the Rage Fairy from finding love even if her man du jour is a literal murderer, they weren't kidding.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: ON THE OTHER HAND, WE’RE HAPPY at Rogue Machine Theatre

Beginnings and endings travel in a circular motion inside award-winning Welsh playwright, Daf James' ON THE OTHER HAND, WE'RE HAPPY, at Rogue Machine Theatre at The Matrix.

California Cities Lead U.S. in Plastic Beauty Recycling

California cities are dominating the U.S. cities that are recycling their beauty products according to a recent survey by The Body Shop.

GOTM THEATER REVIEW: HOW WE GOT ON at the Broadwater Black Box

When the phenomenon of rap and hip hop crash-landed onto the scene like a meteor, it was an inferno that had us all gasping for air. In that moment, rap changed the world.

Legendary Queer Music Icon BITCH Releases BITCHCRAFT on Kill For Rock Stars

The new collection by BITCH urges listeners to think about the state of the world, about evil politicians, about what it means to exist as a woman, and how to find joy along the way.

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