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Odyssey Theatre To Revive Seminal ‘Circa 69!’ Plays for 50th Anniversary

Odyssey Theatre Ensemble has announced Circa ’69! an 18-month retrospective beginning in June 2019 that will celebrate its founding, 50 years ago, by artistic director Ron Sossi, who has remained steadily at the helm since the company’s first production in... Continue Reading →

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‘Sister Act’ at Casa 0101 Is All Glitter and Sisterhood

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If there was ever a wholly committed cast to a small theatrical production, Casa 0101’s Sister Act directed by Rigo Tejeda and musically directed by Gabrielle Maldonado ranks a 1000%. The actors really... Continue Reading →

A Noise Within Announces 2019-2020 Season

They Played with Fire Press Release A Noise Within (ANW), the acclaimed classic repertory theatre company, is thrilled to announce its 2019-2020 season with the theme, They Played with Fire. A Noise Within’s current season subscribers and donors were invited... Continue Reading →

“And she did!” A Fairytale Production of Diana of Dobson’s by Antaeus Theatre Company

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move “She believed she could, so she did.” For whatever reason, author Rachel S. Grey’s quote from her romance novel, Scoring Wilder popped immediately into my head after leaving the performance of Antaeus Theatre... Continue Reading →

Poor Yella Rednecks: What happens after ‘Happily Ever After…’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you are a fan of Vietgone, Vietnamese-American playwright Qui Nguyen's comedy about his parents' 1975 refugee romance, Nguyen's new hip hop rap sequel, Poor Yella Rednecks premiering at South Coast Repertory in... Continue Reading →

‘Telenovela’ – A Loving Send-up of Mexican Daytime Soaps

by Matt Ritchey A confession: If your show begins with somebody in a fake moustache, I'm already on your side. Fortunately, not only does Force of Nature Productions new show Telenovela, at the Actors Workout Studio, NOHO, start with a... Continue Reading →

To be human is to love. 24th Street Theatre’s ‘Edward Tulane’ Transforms Us All

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "We've taken the spirit of the book and deconstructed everything - no set or costume changes. It's down to the essence of the story." Artistic Director and show director Debbie Devine gushes as... Continue Reading →

A Noise Within’s ‘Argonautika’ Is a Sprawling, Impressive Voyage

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey A Noise Within's production of Mary Zimmerman's, Argonautika tells an ancient tale, but the storytelling is anything but traditional. Director Julia Rodriguez-Elliott employs dance, silks, puppets, and impressive staging to bring the Argonaut's journey to life,... Continue Reading →

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