Gia On The Move


June 2012

Eve 6 Rocks Olympic Trials

Track stars will “hand-off” to music stars at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field when Platinum-selling recording group Eve 6 perform at TrackTown Plaza on Friday, June 29 in Eugene, OR. The special entertainment event organized by... Continue Reading →


Hollywood Fringe Review Updates

The Fringe is bursting with incredible shows this year, a few of which you've read about here at Gia On The Move.  And there's still time to get a few more in.  Get your tickets.  Shows continue every day and... Continue Reading →

June 18 is International Sushi Day – Koi of West Hollywood is Celebrating

Sushi's humble beginnings as a means of preserving raw fish in Southeast Asia eventually became the food of choice sold from street vendors throughout the continent before becoming the refined dish it is today. Koi is internationally known for perfecting this tradition... Continue Reading →

There’s No Place Like…@ The Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Dorothy called.  She wants her house back!"  ` There's no place like theatre when it is 'unleashed.'  And in bringing it's own brand of 24-hour theatre to the Hollywood Fringe where volunteer writers... Continue Reading →

If Water Were Present It Would Be Called Drowning at The Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Living on the verge of a nervous breakdown, looking forward to an utter collapse; inviting, investigating, wishing, hoping , dreaming, begging.  Oh, when will it come? Something has changed.  Or is it about... Continue Reading →

D is for Dog at The Hudson Stage at Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In the darkly comedic, Orwellian pseudo soap, D is for Dog, presented by Rogue Artists Ensemble, we live in a futuristic vision of our 1950’s past, interspersed by Aunt Jemima breakfast commercials, Betty Crocker cake mixes, and... Continue Reading →

Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid at The Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move This review originally appeared in LA Theatre Review. Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid as written and directed by Richard Crawford is supposed to be a relentless exploration of the mind of a sociopath and... Continue Reading →

Cycles at The Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo~ They didn't know they had a girl in the front row of the stage who was actually from the North End of Boston, born on Harris Street, raised on Henchmen and who had played, for many years,... Continue Reading →

Mission To Mate at The Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Authentically funny with truly original dialog, scenarios and setups, Mission to Mate written and directed by (Bitter Lemons Editor in Chief) Collin Mitchell hits a home run in the score board of totally absurd... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews: La Bayadere, American Ballet Theatre

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Three Steps To Heaven In the Second Act of La Bayadere, in Hindu India, Solar reclines in sorrow, smokes his opium pipe, and dreams of his dead lover, Nikiya.  As he falls into a dream vision--The... Continue Reading →

RH @ Andaz Restaurant – Full On California Casual Dining with Flair

This week marked my first experience with RH at Andaz, West Hollywood for one of the simplest of meals I could have anticipated.  But as simple doesn't necessarily mean bare, I will also say one of the more satisfying dinners... Continue Reading →

This Vicious Minute at The Hollywood Fringe Festival


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