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Diversity 2020 at the Third Annual GRIOT Gala

Contributed by Julia Stier Photography by Cary Reynolds Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move There is no bigger night in Hollywood than Oscar Sunday when the best of the best are recognized for their contributions to filmmaking and storytelling. The... Continue Reading →

‘She Kills Monsters’, an amazing play going for a post Fringe run

***Updated as if 3:56pm*** This show has now canceled its encore performances. Reviewed by Matt Ritchey She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen is an amazing play. It tells a very real story of Agnes, a school teacher, trying to get... Continue Reading →

Fountain Theatre and Odyssey Theatre to host ‘Mueller Report Read-a-Thons’ in Los Angeles

Press Release Two venerable Los Angeles intimate theaters will each host a Mueller Report Read-A-Thon, offering Angelenos the opportunity to hear the Mueller Report read aloud, in its entirety, on either side of the City. The Fountain Theatre Read-A-Thon -The... Continue Reading →

Small Green Door Theatre’s ‘​Lady Under Light’ To Benefit Emergency Women’s Shelters in Los Angeles

On Saturday, February 9th and Sunday, February 19th, for one weekend only, Small Green Door (Instagram: @smallgreendoor) will present Lady Under Light , an original, fully-immersive, theatrical experience written and directed by accomplished playwright, Dominique Carrieri. In this production, the audience... Continue Reading →

Fountain Theatre Announces 2019-20 Season: New Perspectives on Social and Cultural Issues

Press Release The Fountain Theatre has announced a 2019-20 season of vibrant, thought-provoking, fresh and funny new work by a diverse group of playwrights, each of whom explores important social and cultural issues from a wholly unique perspective. Over the... Continue Reading →

OSCA To Host Dance Pros Debbie Allen and Carrie Ann Inaba at National Arts Schools Network Conference

In a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) society, how can we help children who love the arts best contribute to the needs of a 21st-century economy – and therefore ensure them a successful future? Orange County School of the... Continue Reading →

Can You Go Too Far? GLAAD Nom. Tina Alexis Allen Finding Humanity in L.A. Revival of ‘Extremities’

Contributed by Brian Wallace A man comes in and asks for Joe. The woman in the room says there is no such person. The man persists. She resists. He tries to rape her and she fights back. Stretch this out... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Color Collective’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Color Collective is a variety show full of high-energy sketch comedy. Similar to series like In Living Color and Mad TV, The Color Collective features humorous, light-hearted vignettes. A few ladies swoon enthusiastically over a rather bookish... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Blackballed’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey and  Bob Rich BlackBalled is an intimate new play that helps us better appreciate the impressive athletes in Negro League Baseball via a team owner's struggle to bring an underfunded league to prominence during the first half... Continue Reading →

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