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‘It’s a mad, mad world’ in ‘Hir’ at The Odyssey Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Anywhere but hir… Playwright Taylor Mac's acclaimed dysfunctional family drama Hir making its Los Angeles premiere at the Odyssey Theatre is a bleak fandango of messy but deeply serious realities. A darkly humorous... Continue Reading →

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‘Shoplifters’ (A Glimpse Into The Underclass in Japan), reviewed

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman Shoplifters, from Japanese writer/director Hirokazu Kore-Eda, won the Palm D’Or in Cannes in 2018, and for good reason; it’s a sad, tender, funny and eloquent rendering of the human condition and the bonds people forge to... Continue Reading →

‘Pterodactyls’ Examines Severed Family Connections

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A classic dysfunctional family. A descent in to nothingness. A single question. “Why are we here?” Pterodactyls, written by Nicky Silver (The Lyons), directed by Melanie Weisner, currently being produced by Pop Up... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: John Tracy ‘Happy Ever After’

Casual Twitter chats are truly amazing. Not only did I discover some pretty fine music, but a wonderful person in John Tracy, who began by simply asking me, "What style of music do you enjoy most?" "My music is the... Continue Reading →

On the Road to Pontelandolfo! Finding Family On Mother’s Day

On the Road to Pontelandolfo! My wonderful friend, mentor and former director Midge is starting a new family today on Mother's Day.  It's a family investing in its roots by travelling to Italy. I love this idea.  What an inspiration!... Continue Reading →

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