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HFF21 REVIEW: GIDEON AND THE BLUNDERSNORP – AN ADVENTURE MUSICAL

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I’ll just cut right to the chase on this one… GIDEON AND THE BLUNDERSNORP – AN ADVENTURE MUSICAL is a hands-down Broadway level script with a matching musical score that surpasses anything you... Continue Reading →

HFF21 REVIEW: BLACK WOMAN IN DEEP WATER

Reviewed by Guy Picot The Actors Company on Formosa seems even further from the heart of things than usual in this year's sparsely populated Fringe, but I ventured that far west for my first taste of the festival and was... Continue Reading →

HFF21 REVIEW: DECONSTRUCTING HOLLY

One take on DECONSTRUCTING HOLLY a one-woman show by Holly Sidell (Presented at The Broadwater Black Box) is that it could just be really hard to voice sensitive issues about ourselves without feeling the need to apologize.  Or maybe it’s just that the rest... Continue Reading →

HFF21 Review: WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Travel back to a simpler…. (Well, SEEMINGLY simpler) time when neighbors were friendly with everyone, communists were the enemy, and a pesky nuclear missile mishap last Spring is no reason you can’t enjoy a July Fourth... Continue Reading →

Tom Cavanagh and Matt Ritchey to Host FREE Livestream Chat on August 15: PAGE TO STAGE: HOW TO PULL IN AN AUDIENCE

Writer/Director Tom Cavanaugh and Storycrafting coach Matt Ritchey will sit down on August 15th @ 5:00 pm (PST) for an intimate (FREE) Livestream conversation, PAGE TO STAGE: HOW TO PULL IN AN AUDIENCE, about how artists can balance the technological innovation of Zoom... 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 →

#HFF19 ‘American Stranger’, reviewed

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move They deserve a better story. Some reviews come with a sigh. This is one of them. I say this with the utmost respect for the writers, composers, cast and crew. Because in... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘This Way Yonder’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Things change. It’s inevitable. But it’s how people adapt to the changes that puts them on a path to discovering themselves – push against it too hard and you only wind up losing more than you... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Feeling Lucky’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey We’ve all thought it (and some of us are still thinking it) – “when am I finally going to meet the right person?” Is the “right person” a myth? And how do I get out of... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Boeing Boeing’, reviewed

Boeing Boeing will be playing at the Complex beginning July 19th. It previewed during the recent Hollywood Fringe Festival. Reviewed by Matt Ritchey The American Academy of Dramatic Arts is an excellent school with some very well-known graduates. And if... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Journey’, reviewed

'Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There is a mindset about Fringe that things will be fringy. An expectation even, that we can expect no less than ‘out of the ordinary’. The over-the-top, the outrageous, the inexplicable ambiguous,... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘How I Became a Superhero’, reviewed

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Almost directly after the performance, I got tagged on a Facebook timeline, ‘They nailed it!’ While normally I don’t pay attention to the fan hype of any show, with How I Became... Continue Reading →

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