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#HFF19, ‘Saving Cain’, reviewed

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "and nothing nothing nothin nothin gonna save us now" Award-winning playwright Aaron Kozak is debuting a full-length script as a world premiere at the Hollywood Fringe 2019, his first in 5 years,... Continue Reading →

Pop Rockers Mainland Escape To The Big City in ‘Hometown’

An excerpt from the BILLBOARD interview... "I wanted to channel that feeling of escaping to a big city like New York or Los Angeles and breaking free from the surroundings that haunt your teenage life, a lot of the friends... Continue Reading →

‘The Vortex’ at Malibu Playhouse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move. The Vortex is English writer Noël Coward's first commercial success focusing on sexual vanity, drug abuse among the upper classes, repressed homosexuality, and Oedipal jealousy. The original production, a story about a nymphomaniac socialite and... Continue Reading →

HFF12: Michael’s Daughter at The Complex Flight

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The following review originally appeared at L.A. Theatre Review Michael's Daughter is based on actress/writer Ciera Payton's paper trail relationship of hand written letters, with her incarcerated father who is currently serving a... Continue Reading →

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