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#HFF19 ‘Cirque du Giselle’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Aeriform Arts production last year of Dorothy and Alice was a magical, impressive, immersive event of dream-like proportions, held at their small workspace in Hollywood. They return this year with Cirque du Giselle, an acrobatic, silk, aerial... Continue Reading →

Cherry Poppins’ ‘Harry Potter’ Burlesque Parody Moves to The Globe. A Glimpse Into The Future?

by Matt Ritchey There are lots of burlesque companies in Los Angeles. Some are amateur affairs showing up every once in a while, some are pros who do fun themed shows, some are traveling productions known the world over. But... Continue Reading →

Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum Announces 2019 Summer Season of Theater

Press Release Spring has sprung, and Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum is thrilled to announce its annual summer line-up of theater, music, and performance in its unique and stunning outdoor setting in Topanga. The Summer 2019 Season will include six plays... 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 →

‘The Heart of Robin Hood’ Is A Woman’s At The Wallis

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Theatrically, 2017 has certainly been the year of the woman. And just to drive the point home The Wallis Annenberg  is presenting a Robin Hood aerialist redux with Maid Marion as the badass... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Travel Magazine Launches Spring 2015

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Last night the Los Angeles Travel Magazine celebrated their Spring Issue Launch with a swanky soirée at the world-famous Supperclub LA. Guests were treated to spectacular aerial work, freestyle dance and a must-be-seen balloon act by the... Continue Reading →

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