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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 →

Loft Ensemble’s ‘Growing Gills’ One of L.A.’s Best Pieces of Theater All Year

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey, Growing Gills To Drown in the Desert, playing at Loft Ensemble, is an unusual title. It’s also fitting. But as it’s a bit difficult to get the gist of the plot from the title, here’s a... Continue Reading →

The Crusade of Connor Stephens Play Streams Live August 3rd

How do families with differing viewpoints survive in Trump’s America? The August 3, 2017 performance of the Off-Broadway production The Crusade of Connor Stephens will be live-streamed, allowing theater-lovers to experience the critically-acclaimed production from anywhere in the world. The... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 Hamlet ¿Estás o no estás? Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move ​ Hamlet ¿Estás o no estás? by Victor Grovas (and William Shakespeare) and directed by Ricardo Servin turns Shakespeare's Hamlet Prince of Denmark on its ear in an apocalyptic, absurd, contemporary drama that... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: The Gentrification Cycle

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Allegorically smart, The Gentrification Cycle turns out a sophisticated two-parter which discusses the subject of communication in two conjoined plays written by New York playwright, G.D. Kimble.  The first, a west coast premiere... Continue Reading →

Monkey Adored at the Rogue Machine

Through allegorical collage, puppetry, projection and “animal magnetism”  playwright Henry Murray explores the ideas of experientiality versus DNA, sexuality and violence, and prejudice in Monkey Adored, a humorous, modern day Animal Farm, farce. The following is a reprint of the... Continue Reading →

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