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Recognizing Shared Humanity: Road Theatre Company’s ‘Nowhere on the Border’

Reviewed by Guy Picot With a wall being built, and harrowing stories of children being separated from their parents, the border with Mexico has been very much in the news recently. Timely then, that playwright Carlos Lacamara should revise his... Continue Reading →

Film to Watch: ‘Prince’ – at Arena Cinema Hollywood Aug 14

Seventeen-year-old Ayoub has a lot on his plate: his father is a junkie, his mother is a lonely divorcé, and his sister is falling in with the wrong crowd. Haunted by his father's terrible reputation, Ayoub can't get the attention... Continue Reading →

Man Up at Studio C Artists – Gia Reviews

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move “You won’t like it, I promise.  But it’ll be good for ya.” Studio C Artists is currently presenting a new original solo work Man Up by NYFA Fellowship and Critics Choice at BACA recipient... Continue Reading →

‘Let Them Eat Meat’: A Solo Performance by Antonio Sacre Storyteller Extraordinaire

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Antonio Sacre is a brilliant, seamless storyteller. I first experienced his work back in 2011 at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in The Next Best Thing, noting his "touch of the poet," as an ode to... Continue Reading →

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