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‘Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin’ Is An Adventure For The Hyper-Curious

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I was sitting with a theater director from Chicago recently who asked me to explain hyper-theater. She had never heard the term and was completely curious if it was even a real name,... Continue Reading →

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Pizza Plus Beckett Equals: Godomino’s!

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move As a spoof on playwright Samuel Beckett's tragicomedy, En attendant Godot, Bono and The Edge Waiting For Godomino's currently at the Whitefire Theatre, is mind-bogglingly spot on.  I mean, the writing is pretty perfect. So... Continue Reading →

New FOREIGNER Musical: ‘Jukebox Hero’ To Premiere Summer 2018

Iconic British-American Rock Band FOREIGNER and Annerin Theatricals announced today the forthcoming release of Jukebox Hero, The Musical, as part of FOREIGNER’s 40th Anniversary celebration. Based on the screenplay written by the prolific writing duo, Dick Clement and Ian La... Continue Reading →

A Balance of Power in Loft Ensemble’s ‘Social Darwinism’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It was exciting to see a solid full house at Loft Ensemble's production, Social Darwinism by playwright Angela Gant, directed by Adam Chambers, who were both in attendance for this past weekend's special... Continue Reading →

Siegfried Tiber’s Sleight of Hand: This Is No Magician’s Ruse

"You'll See. You'll Saw. You'll Stick Around." I suppose one would have to be a magic aficionado or a master of cards to fully appreciate the temperate skills of Magician at Arms, Siegfried Tieber in his current pop-up downtown Los... Continue Reading →

Carolyn Hennesy Living La Divina in ‘Master Class’ at the Garry Marshall Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Every actress who has ever played this role has indelibly made it her own. It is the only way. Maria Callas was one of a kind. In the Garry Marshall Theatre's inaugural production,... Continue Reading →

American Theatre Launches New Podcast ‘Three on the Aisle’

Today American Theatre releases the first episode of its new podcast, Three on the Aisle. Featuring drama critics Peter Marks, Terry Teachout, and Elisabeth Vincentelli, Three on the Aisle is a podcast from New York about theater in America. Three... Continue Reading →

Rebuilding Lives After Katrina: Fountain Theatre’s ‘Runaway Home’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move According to Fountain Theatre co-artistic director, Stephen Sachs, Runaway Home, a world premiere by Jeremy J. Kamps, directed by Shirley Jo Finney, puts a human face on citizens rebuilding after Katrina. And although..."the... Continue Reading →

South Coast Rep’s ‘Once’ Is An Exhilarating Extravaganza

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Yes, one could rhapsodize ad infinitum, all the facets and faculties physical, emotional and audible, of lead hunkola, Rustin Cole Sailors (Guy) appearing in South Coast Rep's musical Irish extravaganza, Once. And I will...in a... Continue Reading →

New York Times Declines To Name Play In Review

New York Times Last week, the New York Times Theater section ran a review headlined A Play With a Crude Name and a Powerfully Dark View. The play, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, currently in production at Signature Theater,... Continue Reading →

Juggerknot’s Immersive Theatre in Miami’s Little Havana

Merging urban development and Miami history. "We're building relationships between developers and the artistic community, while highlighting Miami's up and coming neighborhoods. We want to give Miami audiences an opportunity to rediscover their city by telling stories in their historic... Continue Reading →

REDCAT Announces 15th Fall Season: Vital Artists at a Crucial Time

REDCAT, CalArts’ downtown center for contemporary arts, raises the stakes in 2017 with a bold international program of daring and provocative artists who confront the most vital issues of our time. Artists from around the world are using the REDCAT... Continue Reading →

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