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CRE’s ‘The Boys Next Door’: Navigating A Complicated Life

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The Boys Next Door lands one of the bigger October surprises with a stellar performance at The Blue Door, Culver City. Featuring cast members of Rex & Friends, Theatre by the Blind and... Continue Reading →

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Feel like your life is surreal? Enter ‘The Marriage Zone’ at the Santa Monica Playhouse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you're entering The Marriage Zone with a healthy amount of skepticism, your fears, dreams and doubts will not be denied. Where most relationships can make you occasionally feel like you are living... Continue Reading →

Sacred Fools Opens a Vortex of Comedy With the Debut of ‘The League of Fools’

Sacred Fools Theater Company is adding another ongoing show to its jam-packed calendar with The League of Fools, kicking off this Thursday, October 11 at 9:00pm in the Broadwater Black Box Theater. (Tickets $10). Leave your sensibilities at the door,... Continue Reading →

Buy a Book and See ‘Cino Nights’: 7 New, Site-Specific Plays Set in Larry Edmunds Bookshop

(Updated 10.11.18) Purchase a book or poster on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. or Saturday, Nov. 10 at 10 p.m. and get into a one-night only, site-specific theatrical event at Larry Edmunds Bookshop, 6644 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 New York’s Rising... Continue Reading →

Santa Monica Playhouse 3rd Annual Binge Free Festival Offers A Month of Free Shows

Located at 1211 Fourth Street Santa Monica, the Santa Monica Playhouse has been a cultural treasure in the seaside community for 59 years. Now, the Playhouse is giving love back with its Third Annual Binge Free Festival (BFF), a full... Continue Reading →

Short & Sweet Hollywood Festival Finalists Encores Start October 18

Short+Sweet is the world’s biggest little festival, presenting short worksfor stage, film and dance in thirty cities across nine countries. The closing weekend of the Short+Sweet Hollywood festival will present the crème de la crème as the finalists compete for... Continue Reading →

In Memoriam: First Generation Asian-American Award Winning Los Angeles Playwright Henry Ong Dies

Henry Ong, a fixture of the Los Angeles theater community for more than 35 years, died Saturday, September 29th after a long battle with cancer. Ong was the quintessential Los Angeles playwright: a first-generation Asian-American, he was interested in the... Continue Reading →

Echo Theater Announces Pay-What- you-Want Performances for ‘What Happened When’

The Echo Theater Company will make admission to all remaining performances of its critically acclaimed West Coast premiere production of What Happened When by Daniel Talbott 'Pay-What-You-Want.' The production returns tonight, Thursday, Sept. 27, in a third and final rendition... Continue Reading →

‘Portraits of Humanity’: Theatre West Plans Second Annual Season of Solo Shows

Following a popular and successful series of solo performers last season, Theatre West is assembling a new roster of special acts in Portraits of Humanity 2, a Solo Series. The schedule follows: Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. Ian... Continue Reading →

‘I Am Charlie’ at the Promenade Playhouse Isn’t Really About Charles Manson.

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Psychologically mediocre, I Am Charlie at the Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica, CA doesn't reveal anything new about all that has been written on the late American criminal, cult leader and L.A. music industry... Continue Reading →

‘Martians – An Evening with Ray Bradbury’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Many one-person shows about famous personages involve an actor doing an impression of said personage talking directly to the audience about their life, giving us a biography with dramatic flair. Martians - An Evening with Ray Bradbury... Continue Reading →

American Theatre Releases Annual October Season Preview Issue and Top 10 & 20 ‘Most’ Lists

Press Release (updated **) American Theatre magazine, published by Theatre Communications Group (TCG), has released its annual October Season Preview issue, which includes lists of the Top 10 Most-Produced Plays and Top 20 Most-Produced Playwrights for the new season. Based... Continue Reading →

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