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3 Things You Need to Succeed: An Interview with Mark Wilding

By Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move According to Mark Wilding, the three main things you must have to succeed, in addition to talent, are: “A persistence, a learning curve, and a thick skin.” Clearly, all were... Continue Reading →

What if you could just be who you are? ‘Gifted’ at Sacred Fools

An interview with playwright Bob DeRosa and director Rebecca Larson By Matt Ritchey Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Every weekend, it seems, a new superhero movie opens at the box office; stories of humans with special gifts that,... Continue Reading →

The Several Hats of Stephen Sachs

Contributed by Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Winning six awards at the 2020 L.A. Ovation Awards, including Best Season and Best Production of a Play, is obviously a great way to kick off the Fountain Theatre’s... Continue Reading →

‘Show Up, Kids!’ Interactive Family Comedy with a Twist

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Following a sold out, critically acclaimed, seven-month run in New York City, NYC-based teacher, writer, performer, producer, and Hollywood Fringe alum (as well as Edinburgh Fringe and Adelaide Fringe) Peter Michael Marino is... Continue Reading →

‘White Nights, Black Paradise’: Moral Dilemma, Social Impact, and the African-American Women of the Jonestown Massacre

Contributed by Kevin Hopps How can this happen? How can one man charm, fool, and betray so many people? If you follow the news, you know these are questions on many people’s minds today. And they’re also the questions that... Continue Reading →

Solo Show ‘The Bench’ Tackles L.A. Homelessness at the Hudson Theatre

Contributed by Brian Wallace @SplashofWallace "Wait. You're what??" Those were three of the first words Robert Galinsky heard when he arrived in Los Angeles. They were coming from the mouth of the hotel clerk as he was checking in. "Doing... Continue Reading →

Nate Rufus Edelman’s ‘Desert Rats’: As Real As It Gets

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "It's at that point where you have something great and not mediocre or terrible." Playwright and founding member of The Temblors, Nate Rufus Edelman speaks about his upcoming work Desert Rats, which opens... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3: Serving L.A. Theater Audiences by Serving the Story

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Artistic Director Tim True is looking to the present, not just for his theater company Door Number 3, but for Los Angeles audiences. Some of his former Portland group (Third Rail Repertory Theatre)... Continue Reading →

A John O’Keefe For Today

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move He's a hilarious man with a sense of humor on the phone and an old school free-thinker, passionate about ideas and testing them to ‘whatever’ effect on live audiences for the pure thrill... Continue Reading →

Can You Go Too Far? GLAAD Nom. Tina Alexis Allen Finding Humanity in L.A. Revival of ‘Extremities’

Contributed by Brian Wallace A man comes in and asks for Joe. The woman in the room says there is no such person. The man persists. She resists. He tries to rape her and she fights back. Stretch this out... Continue Reading →

Danna Schaeffer: For My Daughter, For Me

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Wounds heal, because unhealed wounds lead to death.  But, we are seldom reminded that a synonym for 'healed wound' is 'scar,' and scars are with us every day.  Our inclination is to cover... Continue Reading →

Duffy Hudson: A Man, A Stage and ‘A Christmas Carol’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's A Christmas Carol, right?  And normally, I'd get comfortable on the couch, sipping homemade liquored-up eggnog, roasted chestnuts in hand, and lot's of cookies, ready to weekend, movie-marathon all the film & television... Continue Reading →

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