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Antaeus Theatre Company’s ‘The Little Foxes’ : Delicious and Delicately Ferocious

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Antaeus' The Little Foxes made an exciting move in casting Deborah Puette in the role of Regina Hubbard Giddens. Puette plays to her absolute strength in Lillian Hellman's classic 20th century drama, set... Continue Reading →

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Christian Levatino’s Black Bag Pentalogy: Eavesdropping on a ‘Sunny Afternoon’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Christian Levatino’s Black Bag Pentalogy is a series of five dark comedies that “hold a magnifying glass to five very distinct moments in American history between 1954 and 1972.” The first three plays in the pentalogy... 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 →

Sacred Fools Announces Season 22, Plus One

Press Release The Sacred Fools Theater Company is excited to announce its upcoming 22nd Season (2018-2019) along with the opener for its 23rd Season in the fall of 2019. The announced shows include three World Premieres and a West Coast... Continue Reading →

‘An Evening of Betrayal’ with The 6th Act

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Deception is a lot of work! Just when you think you are stepping away from a humdrum relationship, suddenly the boredom creeps right back into the routine of what used to be an... Continue Reading →

‘Forever Bound’ at Atwater Village Theater – A Total Eclipse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Forever Bound the new play in a world premiere at Atwater Village Theatre written by Steve Apostolina, directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky and starring French Stewart (3rd Rock from the Sun, Secrets and... Continue Reading →

What Choice Do You Have? – ‘Native Son’ at Antaeus Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I just couldn't get past the rape. It was hard to justify. A statement and a half, yes.  And we'll get to that... In 1940, Mississippi born, Jim Crow era, African-American Southerner, Richard... Continue Reading →

‘Threat’ Points A Finger at the Narcissism of Modern Culture

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Produced by theater veteran Bree Pavey (Loft Ensemble, Managing Director), Threat, a poignant thriller written by Louis Felder currently at the Whitefire Theatre is a timely look at the psychology behind gun violence and... Continue Reading →

Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum Announces 2018 Summer Season of Outdoor Theater and Music

Press Release Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum is back with an exciting summer line-up of socially conscious theater, music and performance. The Summer 2018 Season, including five plays set to open in rapid succession and perform in repertory throughout the summer... Continue Reading →

L.A. Dance Project Caps 2017/2018 Season Residency at The Wallis with Three Los Angeles Premieres

Press Release L.A. Dance Project, led by Artistic Director Benjamin Millepied and the first Company-in-Residence at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, concludes its successful residency with three compelling Los Angeles premieres in a three-night engagement, Thursday through... Continue Reading →

‘Unemployed Elephants’ – A New Comic Frontier for Playwright Wendy Graf

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Wendy Graf is best known for dramas that explore themes of family, identity and home within the context of contemporary politics. Unemployed Elephants - A Love Story, a world premiere at the Victory... Continue Reading →

In ‘Denim Doves’ Women Get The Shaft

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The biggest 'huh?' about Denim Doves written by Adrienne Dawes and directed by Rosie Glen-Lambert, currently being presented by Sacred Fools Theater Company, is that in almost two hours with no intermission, and... Continue Reading →

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