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Open Fist Theatre’s, ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ is deeply moving

BrieaReviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Moved to tears is one of the many ways one could describe the experience of Open Fist Theatre Company’s, Dancing at Lughnasa directed by Barbara Schofield. There is an embrace that comes with... Continue Reading →

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Open Fist’s ‘Anna in the Tropics’: Provocative and Exquisite

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Without question, Anna in the Tropics at the Atwater Village Theatre could be comparatively compared as stupendous to any production ever produced anywhere. Open Fist, however, with Jon Lawrence Rivera directing, takes the... Continue Reading →

Echo Theater Announces Pay-What- you-Want Performances for ‘What Happened When’

The Echo Theater Company will make admission to all remaining performances of its critically acclaimed West Coast premiere production of What Happened When by Daniel Talbott 'Pay-What-You-Want.' The production returns tonight, Thursday, Sept. 27, in a third and final rendition... Continue Reading →

IAMA Theatre Company Announces Upcoming Season and New Connections

Press Release IAMA Theatre Company will present three premieres and forge new partnerships in 2018-19, the company’s 11th season. IAMA joins forces with the Pasadena Playhouse for the already-announced Los Angeles premiere of American Hero by Bess Wohl, a guest... Continue Reading →

Echo Theater Company Mentorship Program Culminates with ‘National Young Playwrights in Residence Festival’

National Young Playwrights in Residence Festival — Echo Theater Company’s innovative National Young Playwrights in Residence program culminates in two days of public staged readings of new works on Saturday, June 23,  and Sunday, June 24, 2018 at the Atwater Village... Continue Reading →

‘Forever Bound’ at Atwater Village Theater – A Total Eclipse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Forever Bound the new play in a world premiere at Atwater Village Theatre written by Steve Apostolina, directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky and starring French Stewart (3rd Rock from the Sun, Secrets and... Continue Reading →

Red Cup Theatre Co.’s ‘Turtles’ is No Slowing-Going Adventure

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Wait. What? That was? He’s huh? What about? Didn’t she just…? Head-spinning unanswerables at the finale of Red Cup Theatre Company’s West Coast Premiere of Turtles, getting ready for its final weekend at Atwater... Continue Reading →

Firemen: An Unthinkable Love Story

A different kind of love story opens The Echo Theater Company’s 2014 season in its new home at Atwater Village Theatre. Chris Fields directs the world premiere of Firemen by Tommy Smith, opening Feb. 8 Set in rural Washington state during the first Iraq war, Firemen explores an unthinkable love relationship.... Continue Reading →

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