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Christian Levatino’s, ‘King Dick’: Twisted and Hysterical

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey “Christmastime, 1970: The King just spent 100 G’s on gifts, and he’s on the run from Graceland. High on Demerol, high on liquid Ritalin, and with the help of his dead twin brother Jesse, Elvis concocts... Continue Reading →

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Pontelandolfo International Film Festival ‘Comicron’: Free To Enter

Contributed by GOTM Italy Correspondent, Midge Guerrera How often have the words FREE and Apply to be in a Film Festival ever been in the same sentence? “Yup, you can submit a short comic film for jurying with an application... Continue Reading →

‘Please Don’t Grab my P#$$y’: A Rhyming Presidential Guide Available Oct 30

Two years after the infamous Access Hollywood tape of our current President Donald Trump, comes a delightfully illustrated poetry guide to what is—and is not—available for grabbing. In Please Don’t Grab my P#$$y: A Rhyming Presidential Guide, co-writers and masters of... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3: Serving L.A. Theater Audiences by Serving the Story

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Artistic Director Tim True is looking to the present, not just for his theater company Door Number 3, but for Los Angeles audiences. Some of his former Portland group (Third Rail Repertory Theatre)... Continue Reading →

CRE’s ‘The Boys Next Door’: Navigating A Complicated Life

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The Boys Next Door lands one of the bigger October surprises with a stellar performance at The Blue Door, Culver City. Featuring cast members of Rex & Friends, Theatre by the Blind and... Continue Reading →

L.A. Web Series Creators Tom Cavanaugh, Matt Ritchey, Bob Telford and Allyson Sereboff Premiere ‘Hollywood Vampire’

Hollywood Vampire will premiere on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 with new episodes launching weekly until Tuesday, January 8th 2019 on tinyurl.com/hollywoodvampire. Hollywood Vampire is a comedic web show created by award winners Tom Cavanaugh (writer), Matt Ritchey (director), Bob Telford (director)... Continue Reading →

Feel like your life is surreal? Enter ‘The Marriage Zone’ at the Santa Monica Playhouse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you're entering The Marriage Zone with a healthy amount of skepticism, your fears, dreams and doubts will not be denied. Where most relationships can make you occasionally feel like you are living... Continue Reading →

Sacred Fools Opens a Vortex of Comedy With the Debut of ‘The League of Fools’

Sacred Fools Theater Company is adding another ongoing show to its jam-packed calendar with The League of Fools, kicking off this Thursday, October 11 at 9:00pm in the Broadwater Black Box Theater. (Tickets $10). Leave your sensibilities at the door,... Continue Reading →

‘Three Days in the Country’ with Antaeus Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move At its best, Three Days in the Country, is a blithe, comical update, by Patrick Marber, of Ivan Turgenev’s classic A Month in the Country, and a potent reminder of how people seem... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Encores, ‘The Rental’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The rather casual opening gives no indication to The Rental's streamy storytelling and sophisticated tête-à-tête. Lead actress (and executive producer) Alexandra Astin really packs a wallop in this straight-up/sexed-down, provocative comedy by degrees. Keith (Jake... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘A Very Die Hard Christmas’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move High above the city of L.A., a team of terrorists has seized a building, taken hostages, and declared war. One man has managed to escape. An off-duty cop hiding somewhere inside. He’s alone,... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Dracula’s Taste Test’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Nobody does it better.  Makes me feel sad for the rest. Nobody does it...half as good as you.  Baby you're the best. Dracula's Taste Test couldn't get any Fringier and that's exactly what... Continue Reading →

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