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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 →

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‘The Bitter Game’ (Being Black In America) Features High-Impact Immersive Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Next Weekend

The Bitter Game, a "high-impact" immersive theater experience ripe with pain, poetry, and laughter that explores the experience of being black in America, debuts at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, November 14 through Saturday, November... Continue Reading →

Peeling Layers of Human Behavior in Force of Nature Productions’ ‘Gray People’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm’s new play Gray People, produced by Force of Nature Productions, appearing at The Belfry Stage 11031 Camarillo St. North Hollywood, is an engrossing study of human behavior and a thoroughly enjoyable drama with the... Continue Reading →

It’s a World of Theater, A World of Hollywood Fringe!

By Matt Ritchey The Hollywood Fringe Festival has ended. After four weeks and almost 400 shows, it closes down for another year… unless you count the Encore Awards which keeps a large handful of shows running through July in case... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘God, The Apologies Tour’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey There’s a lot of immersive storytelling in Fringe this year, but only one offers (and even succeeds!) in giving you the answers to all of your questions. They Played Productions’ God, The Apologies Tour is a fun... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The less said about the Burglars of Hamm’s Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk, the better. It is an experience you will enjoy all the more if you are not prepared. But the basics: Swedish playwright Lars Mattsun’s famous play... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Unreal City’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Immersive theatre is the hot ticket these days, and will probably only be gathering steam and expanding for the next few years. There are many different forms of immersive, of course, and much of the enjoyment has... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Night of the Rootbeer’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Getting tickets to an All-Star game in MLB isn't easy and will set you back hundreds of dollars. Getting tickets to an All-Star Fringe show at Three Clubs is free. And will free your mind. There are... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Easy Targets – Artists and Heroes’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The Burglars of Hamm are geniuses. Easy Targets is a show with a simple, amazing premise: audiences are forced to watch four short hysterically awful one-person shows, but are given balled-up socks and are allowed to pelt... Continue Reading →

‘Just Dance Live!’ Psychedelic Panda-monium at the Hollywood Palladium

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The last time I got to go this nuts at a dance show was like... NEVER! Fun seekers alert... Ubisoft opened its first live Los Angeles entertainment experience with its pilot tour of... Continue Reading →

‘Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin’ Is An Adventure For The Hyper-Curious

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I was sitting with a theater director from Chicago recently who asked me to explain hyper-theater. She had never heard the term and was completely curious if it was even a real name,... Continue Reading →

Juggerknot’s Immersive Theatre in Miami’s Little Havana

Merging urban development and Miami history. "We're building relationships between developers and the artistic community, while highlighting Miami's up and coming neighborhoods. We want to give Miami audiences an opportunity to rediscover their city by telling stories in their historic... Continue Reading →

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