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Antaeus Theatre Company Makes “Hot” Debut

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Only one expression is needed to describe the opening night performance of the Antaeus Theatre Company's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: "On Fire!" Set in the 1950s, the language of the play... Continue Reading →

The Price at Roundabout Theatre Company

by Carlos Stafford Our great playwright, Arthur Miller, plunges into the relationship between two brothers meeting after sixteen years. Unspoken family secrets are exposed, and old wounds are revealed. In a brownstone attic, four characters meet and clarify the price... Continue Reading →

Frank Lloyd Wright Hollyhock House Becomes a Theater

In celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th anniversary, Barnsdall Art Park Foundation and the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, in association with Circle X Theatre Co, and J.U.S.T. Toys Production presents a highly topical play, Fefu And... Continue Reading →

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 →

Michael Shay Directs an Impressive King Hedley II

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It was messy, noisy, violent, loud, ambitious and a little bit like getting hit in the head over and over. The kind of experience that leaves one dumbstruck after it's done.  Even if... Continue Reading →

Something Unexpected In ‘That Long Damn Dark’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's undeniable. There is just something unexpected and exciting about Red Cup Theatre Company's That Long Damn Dark currently playing at Atwater Village Theatre. More everyday-comedy-of-life than spiritually transporting, this fast-paced, very lightly... Continue Reading →

Rose and the Rime True to Themes

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's true that sometimes in the most screwed up, unfair and strange ways, fables, fairy tales and myths teach us about good and evil, vice and virtue, right and wrong.  Sometimes, there's a... Continue Reading →

NYC Ballet’s Beguiling ‘Cage’

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford There's always a beguiling question in dance: how is it that two performers with the identical choreography and music, of equal talents, appear to convey such different nuances and meanings? The answer seems no less satisfying,... Continue Reading →

Characters vs Story: David Varriale’s, The Last Vig at the Zephyr Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move David Varriale has created some specific characters in his new play The Last Vig, which as star actor Burt Young (Big Joe) remarked in a recent interview, "...could be any guy from Mulberry... Continue Reading →

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