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Loft Ensemble’s Long Joan Silver is Fearsomely Funny

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Loft Ensemble has found its sweet spot in a re-imagination of Robert Louis Stevenson’s buccaneers and buried gold adventure novel, Treasure Island in Long Joan Silver, written by playwright Arthur Jolly, directed by... Continue Reading →

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Tongue & Groove Is Back!

August will mark 13 years of the monthly reading series, Tongue & Groove! But first things first.  Another unique mix of writers performers that you'd be hard pressed to assemble anywhere else will be at The Hotel Cafe, 1623 1/2... Continue Reading →

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Death Cab for Cutie, Headline 2016 Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival

The official lineup for the 46th Annual Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival at the Seattle Center over Labor Day weekend, Friday Sept. 2 through Sunday Sept. 4 includes  Headliners: Seattle natives and hip hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, alternative... Continue Reading →

‘The Shocking Fuzz of Your Electric Fur’

We're mix-taping it up today with the groundbreaking band, The Veldt. Identical twins Daniel and Danny Chavis may originally hail from Raleigh/ Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but they have been East Village residents for the past 28 years. They are also co-founders of the band who lifted their band’s... Continue Reading →

Towne Street Theatre “In Response”

 Towne Street Theatre, L.A.'s premiere African-American Theatre Company with Curator Connie Martin Trevino present a special In Response Visual Art Exhibit in response to Race Relations & Politics in America at the Stella Adler/LA Art Gallery from April 9 – 24 at Stella Adler Theatre, 6773 Hollywood... Continue Reading →

Stratford HD Kicks Off Stage-to-Screen Series April 24th

This year's debut also coincides with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's passing and celebrates his legacy. . The Stratford Festival, North America’s leading classical theatre company, today announced its 2016 U.S. schedule of high-definition theater screenings of the Festival’s critically acclaimed productions of Shakespeare’s... Continue Reading →

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Love And Tragedy Permeate Southern Gothic “Dream Boy”

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Dream Boy, the latest offering by the Celebration Theatre, is a fairly simple tale of gay teen love. Based on Jim Grimsley’s 1995 novel and adapted for the stage by Eric Rosen, Dream Boy follows two... Continue Reading →

Giddy-up Little Doggerel! Quickdraw Poetry at The Bootleg L.A.

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Most DEFINITELY NOT the show where you take a Xanax and sit back! Last week's opening of the Quickdraw Poetry Cabaret by the Melrose Poetry Bureau at the Bootleg Theater lived entirely up... Continue Reading →

South Coast Rep Continues Its Perfect “A Christmas Carol” Tradition

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Wassail! There is no critic on earth who could give you a better review for Dickens' novella, A Christmas Carol than a child in the audience mesmerized by the ghosts of Christmas Past... Continue Reading →

Shakespeare’s Last Night Out at Three Clubs on Vine

“Thou must, in this pregnant hour, with haste and wit, and whilst thou hast advantage, get thee to London (or at least to a bigger venue)!  Else content thyself with churlish critics and render bootless thy wordly strength. Dispatch!” If ever... Continue Reading →

Eclectic Company’s Summer Fling with Richard III

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move This being my first visit to Eclectic Company Theatre, Richard III seemed like a great start to an eventful Summer theatre season, which, this year, boasted a dirge of classical indoor and outdoor... Continue Reading →

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