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HFF18 ‘Final Preparations’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Christopher Lyons’s Final Preparations at Studio/Stage is a one-man horror show about an aesthetician giving a young girl’s corpse a final make-up preparation before her showing. Things, of course, are not as they seem, and so ensues... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘Jake and the Angel’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey David Caprita's Jake and the Angel is a mix of a modern telling of the Biblical tale and the all-too-poignant theme of suicide. You wouldn't imagine something like that to be really funny and upbeat, but it... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Unreal City’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Immersive theatre is the hot ticket these days, and will probably only be gathering steam and expanding for the next few years. There are many different forms of immersive, of course, and much of the enjoyment has... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘With My Eyes Shut’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Kira Rockwell's With My Eyes Shut is a wonderful analogy between theatre and the autism spectrum. Naomi and Cole spend several days wearing costumes and practicing facial expressions to convey emotions, all the work leading toward a... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Dorothy and Alice’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Dorothy and Alice is Aeriform Arts's first Fringe show and it's a hell of a debut! It features a story about Dorothy moving to a new town and meeting Alice on the playground of her new school,... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Met Again’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Relationships are relentless. For all of the initial excitement, there are so many things about them that are awkward and just plain crap. And if we really take them apart, there's a certain... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘American Conspiracy’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move John Hinkley Jr. (Hank Doghan) is loosely depicted in American Conspiracy as the consensual wild-card, used by his own brother, Alan (Spencer Cantrell), in order to save the family's oil business via an... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Meanwhile Back at the Super Lair’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Easily, one of the best scripted comedies at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe. Playwright Greg Kalleres' ridiculous camp romp about love, death, sex, and white privilege, Meanwhile, Back at the Super Lair, is currently... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Doctor Zomba’s Ghost Show Of Terror’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Please turn off your cell phones (and pagers..yes...really) during the presentation. The ghosts will get pissed!" Billed as 'The strangest show on Earth', you'll love it, you'll hate it, you'll want to carve... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Sam Shepard & Patti Smith’s ‘Cowboy Mouth’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Extemporaneous and absolutely beautiful in all its savage bizarreness. This new staging of the one-act play, Cowboy Mouth, originally conceived, written and performed by Sam Shepard and Patti Smith as a theory on... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Play On! A Musical Romp with Shakespeare’s Heroines’, reviewed

by Bob Rich In her uplifting production Play On! A Musical Romp with Shakespeare's Heroines, Laura Jo Trexler treats us to a tour-de-force performance in a musical journey through Shakespeare’s plays, giving voice to famous women from his classic works.... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Women of Lockerbie’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Women of Lockerbie is about a father and mother who just lost their son, who was a passenger on a tragic airplane flight. Wisely, this play was written with an abundance of poetry, a little levity... Continue Reading →

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