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Independent women in the modern age? That just won’t do. ‘Deadly’ at the Broadwater

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The story of H.H. Holmes is a fascinating one. At least in the context of the century in which he lived. A classic psychotic serial killer, con artist, and bigamist, Holmes is America's... Continue Reading →

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Baddass Bitchery and by the way…Yeah, ‘It’s Personal’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move For a woman… This is the moment when you identify with every story being told, right from your seat, mere inches from the stage. The flashpoint of real courage in word and deed... Continue Reading →

The Scenario Studios 2-Month Pop-Up Has Opened Its Doors to the Public DTLA

Now for the first time Scenario Studios is open to the public Tickets are available for $29 per person (children under 3 years old are free) On Friday night, a crowd of over 150 social media influencers, some with well... Continue Reading →

Tarfest Los Angeles Supporting Local Artists for 17 Years Returns Sept 14

“This festival is about giving back to our community, by preserving what’s best about the art and music of LA, while providing fuel for the amazing new cultural developments happening here.” One of Los Angeles most unique events and a... Continue Reading →

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey The set design by Courtney Dusenberry, light design by Adam Roy, and music and sound design by Tyler Western and Jeremiah Pfleiger in 134 West’s production of Macbeth are fabulous. What looks like an Arizona desert... Continue Reading →

Theme and Politics: KYOSi’s ‘Negative Space’

New York-based artist, KYOSi's impassioned new EP Negative Space is "a powerfully defiant anthem for the underprivileged and voiceless..." (EARMILK) Negative Space takes listeners on a journey through grief and anger by exploring themes ranging from class politics, race and... Continue Reading →

Force of Nature Productions…”What a rush!”

Contributed by Matt Ritchey A “Rush” is an evening of theatre, written and rehearsed in a two to three-week-window and performed over a short weekend or series of weekends. It’s an event that Force of Nature Productions has put up several... Continue Reading →

L.A. Photographer Ryan Schude Highlights Museum Staff in SFMOMA Photo Collab

Los Angeles photographer Ryan Schude and San Francisco creatives Laura Miner and Dylan Hosey in collaboration with The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) are excited to announce Inside/Outside SFMOMA, a one-day photoshoot and interactive experience that will highlight... Continue Reading →

‘Our Lady of 121st Street’…They won’t recover.

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Historically it's been side by side panned for its character flaws and praised for its authenticity. Ultimately, the issue that plagued playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis’ (Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train, The Last... Continue Reading →

Bakeru: Transforming Spirits at Japan House Los Angeles

Contributed by Julia Stier Through the use of masks and interactive technology, Japan House's newest exhibit, Bakeru: Transforming Spirits, invites guests to play an active role in the preservation of culture and tradition. Created by the Japanese art studio WOW,... Continue Reading →

Innocent vs. Monster: A Noise Within’s ‘Frankenstein’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey There’s a great quote about Mary Shelley’s classic tale Frankenstein: “Knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein is not the monster. Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein IS the monster.” In the program for A Noise Within’s production of... Continue Reading →

Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival Extends 2019 Submissions Deadline

Contribute to this year’s theme: Race, Religion, and Justice Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival (PTAFF) is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization founded in 2016. For its fourth annual festival, the Festival is requesting submissions for both short films, feature-length films,... Continue Reading →

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