Gia On The Move


October 2012

Gia On The Move reviews: Those Whom The Gods Love

by Tracey Paleo We live in a delusional culture.  It is that simple. There may be Those Whom The Gods Love, but in writer/director Olivia Lilley's two act drama of 3 people trying to live a lie it is obvious... Continue Reading →


Spoofs, Smiles and Women in WIGS

Just in time for Halloween...This Toronto based comedy script group called Nocturnal Emissions has proclaimed, "The Scary Movie series sucks.  THIS is how you spoof a horror movie! Check out their website for more: Just plain weird...All the way from... Continue Reading →

Jeff Versus The Volcano

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move With Halloween sold out everywhere, Thanksgiving sentiments on the shelves and hints of Christmas and Hanukkah wafting through the minds of early season bargain hunters, it's clear that the holidays are upon us.... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews the Monica Bill Barnes Dance Company

Monica Bill Barnes & Company at  NYU Skirball Dance Review by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Monica Bill Barnes seems like someone who would be fun to have a beer with, or ten; or to dare to jump from, a not so... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday Carla Laemmle!!! A Shining Star at 103

On this day (October 20, 2015), 1920's and 30's Silent Film Actress Carla Laemmle, niece of Universal Pictures founder Carl Laemmle, will celebrate her 103rd birthday ! Carla's 103rd Birthday Party will be celebrated by Carla herself in person this evening at The Cinefamily 611 N... Continue Reading →

How To Survive A Zombie Invasion: Undead Hordes Descend On Chinatown

Zombies invade L.A.'s Chinatown this Halloween during a special one night only event! Fifth Floor Gallery hosts the Rogue Artists Ensemble who will engage in live puppet performances and provide a zombie makeup station. The night includes openings at many of the... Continue Reading →

Roundabout Theatre Company’s ‘Cyrano De Bergerac’, reviewed

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Douglas Hodge explodes onto the stage and delivers an athletic, braveheart performance in a new robust production of  the great Cyrano de Bergerac, newly opened at the Roundabout Theatre Company on 42nd St. Armed... Continue Reading →

Nobu Hotel Arrives at L.A. Fashion Weekend

What happens in Vegas doesn't necessarily stay in Vegas ... as this year, Nobu Hotel is a uber glamourous sponsor of L.A. Fashion Weekend taking place at Sunset Gower Studios Oct. 19 – 21. Known around the world for being one of the most... Continue Reading →

ClownMa Dell’Arte Presents The 0% – Occupy WHAT Street?

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move O% is definitely not what they were (or rather the performance they gave) but it is however the self-described characterization of the new ClownMa dell'Arte group in their Los Angeles debut performance at... Continue Reading →

Flesh and Acrylic

SICKS: The Model Critic Spends An Evening With Six Of The Most Notorious Women In History

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic In the movie As Good As It Gets, Jack Nicholson's character, Melvin, is asked: How do you write women so well? He dryly answers: Easy, I think of a man and take away reason... Continue Reading →

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