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‘An Evening of Betrayal’ with The 6th Act

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Deception is a lot of work! Just when you think you are stepping away from a humdrum relationship, suddenly the boredom creeps right back into the routine of what used to be an... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘Glitch’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Can anyone say, 'narcissist'? Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students, he is giving his first interview to Rachel, an up and coming journalist. Set as a prison visit, what is immediately striking... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Color Collective’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Color Collective is a variety show full of high-energy sketch comedy. Similar to series like In Living Color and Mad TV, The Color Collective features humorous, light-hearted vignettes. A few ladies swoon enthusiastically over a rather bookish... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Dracula’s Taste Test’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Nobody does it better.  Makes me feel sad for the rest. Nobody does it...half as good as you.  Baby you're the best. Dracula's Taste Test couldn't get any Fringier and that's exactly what... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Feast’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Do yourself a favor and do not stop by this family's house for dinner. Grisly things await. The dark comedy drips from Feast, a re-mounting of Dylan Wallace's 2014 Fringe piece - a debauched dining room ditty... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘ Keeping Up with the Prozorovs’, reviewed

by Bob Rich In the lively production Keeping Up with the Prozorovs, (Anton Chekhov's) three sisters Olga, Masha and Irina leave a small Russian city and head for Moscow to become the Kardashians.  Of the three, Masha (Fabianne Meyer) is... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Personal Privilege and True Tales From Tap City’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "It's not my way to wear my heart on my sleeve, but I will take some personal privilege." There are several themes arranged inside Piano Man Richard Levinson's (12 Bars, Thanks A Lot –... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Blackballed’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey and  Bob Rich BlackBalled is an intimate new play that helps us better appreciate the impressive athletes in Negro League Baseball via a team owner's struggle to bring an underfunded league to prominence during the first half... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘God, The Apologies Tour’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey There’s a lot of immersive storytelling in Fringe this year, but only one offers (and even succeeds!) in giving you the answers to all of your questions. They Played Productions’ God, The Apologies Tour is a fun... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘ From Toilet to Tinseltown’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Myrtle’s stopped moaning and now she’s MOVIN’! To Hollywood, that is! Maddie Patrick’s never-dropped, spot-on impression of Hogwarts’s favorite ghost is a delight in From Toilet To Tinseltown, a one-ghost show. Chronicling her expulsion from the Hogwarts... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The less said about the Burglars of Hamm’s Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk, the better. It is an experience you will enjoy all the more if you are not prepared. But the basics: Swedish playwright Lars Mattsun’s famous play... Continue Reading →

Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University Announces 2018-19 Season

Press Release For its third season since opening in 2016, Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University is thinking big, with iconic stars of opera, dance, theatre, and classical music whose performances and master classes complement and enhance what... Continue Reading →

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