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Want to Help Artists and Creatives? Join This Telethon Sunday at Noon!

Press Release Artists in Place is holding an online telethon Sunday March 22 , noon to midnight to benefit artists, actors, and creatives in the Philadelphia area in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The program streams on Facebook through... Continue Reading →

Free Tix, Transportation, More : Mixed Blood Theatre’s Viable Community Exchange

Contributed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move We've all heard the blanket dialog that, "theater helps people in many ways." Well, here's a theater company in the Twin Cities that is working towards that goal and succeeding at doing it,... Continue Reading →

The Writer Eclectic – An Interview with Playwright Chiara Atik

Contributed by Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Chiara Atik, whose new play Poor Clare is set to have its world premiere at The Echo Theater Company with previews starting March 11, grew up in San Diego... Continue Reading →

The Blank Theatre’s ‘Hot Tragic Dead Thing’ is Controversial and Well Made

Reviewed by Guy Picot Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move The Blank Theatre has a long history of developing and championing new plays through its Living Room Series of rehearsed readings. Hot Tragic Dead Thing by Ashley Rose Wellman... Continue Reading →

Antaeus Theater Updates a Centuries Old Play in ‘Measure for Measure’

Reviewed by Guy Picot Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Sometimes the social and political climate makes a centuries-old play seem supernaturally prophetic. So it is with Measure for Measure, currently being staged by Antaeus Theatre Company. The sparse... Continue Reading →

Rorschach Fest’s ‘Ghosts’ Revival is a Piece of History

by Matt Ritchey Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Rorschach Fest is Open Fist’s 30th Anniversary repertory festival featuring short works from John O’Keefe, Harold Pinter, Daniel McIvor, and Caryl Churchill. The purpose of the chosen works, according to... Continue Reading →

3 Things You Need to Succeed: An Interview with Mark Wilding

By Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move According to Mark Wilding, the three main things you must have to succeed, in addition to talent, are: “A persistence, a learning curve, and a thick skin.” Clearly, all were... Continue Reading →

What if you could just be who you are? ‘Gifted’ at Sacred Fools

An interview with playwright Bob DeRosa and director Rebecca Larson By Matt Ritchey Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Every weekend, it seems, a new superhero movie opens at the box office; stories of humans with special gifts that,... Continue Reading →

The Several Hats of Stephen Sachs

Contributed by Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Winning six awards at the 2020 L.A. Ovation Awards, including Best Season and Best Production of a Play, is obviously a great way to kick off the Fountain Theatre’s... Continue Reading →

Recognizing Shared Humanity: Road Theatre Company’s ‘Nowhere on the Border’

Reviewed by Guy Picot With a wall being built, and harrowing stories of children being separated from their parents, the border with Mexico has been very much in the news recently. Timely then, that playwright Carlos Lacamara should revise his... Continue Reading →

‘The Christmas Present’ is exactly the kind of story we need

Co-reviewed by Matt Ritchey and Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There’s a wonderful Christmas story about a man dissatisfied with his life, who lives alone, and who has terrible thoughts about other people. And one magical night, he realizes... Continue Reading →

Waiting For Waiting For Godot: Not worthy of the talent on stage.

Co-Reviewed by Matt Ritchey and Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There was a time (waaaaaay back in the 90’s) when Hollywood was hell-bent on producing lavishly decorated period pieces. All the trades opined that actors were having a difficult... Continue Reading →

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