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#HFF19 ‘The Death of Sam Mobean’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey One of the great things about attending the Fringe annually is that you remember what actors, writers, directors, or groups do work of high caliber or that is your “style.” Michael Shaw Fisher is one of... Continue Reading →

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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 →

HFF18 ‘Still’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move “He’s the victim, Nick, and I’m the drunk girl.” When you stand by - still...when you say nothing and are - still...when you accept what has happened without a fight and are -... 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 →

Military Murder Mystery That Isn’t Black-and-White at Loft Ensemble

Reviewed by Guy Picot updated 8.29.17 10:25 pm Loft Ensemble's A Soldier's Play, is the second L.A. mounting of Charles Fuller's 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winner this summer (It was also produced as an independent, unaffiliated production during the Hollywood Fringe Festival) and... Continue Reading →

Wendy Graf Creates the Extraordinary in ‘All American Girl’

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A more perfect play? Nope. Wendy Graf 'nails it' in All American Girl. Simply said playwright Wendy Graf has created a conversation about today's culture that keeps us asking questions and yet never... Continue Reading →

The World Domination of ‘Richard III’ at Eclectic Theatre Company

 The villains get the best lines One of the most coveted roles in Shakespearean literature, Shakespeare’s history play recounts how Richard ascended to the throne and consolidated his power largely by accomplishing the murder of his perceived political adversaries, including... Continue Reading →

‘The House of Yes’ is a Maybe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Occasionally, I’m not so immediately thrilled by a show.  In the case of The House of Yes,  it's taken me a while to organize my thoughts around the challenges of this 25th anniversary production now playing... Continue Reading →

‘Bang Bang’ at Highways Performance Space

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Butt fucking, blow jobs, penis tugging and pistols...exibitionism ranks high in what is otherwise a very old school character monolog driven presentation of sex, lies, confessions, more sex and videotapes in Bang Bang... Continue Reading →

Bash at The Asylum Lab: Gia On The Move Reviews

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move For his directorial debut at the Asylum Lab, Abanoub Andraous, chose stark simplicity right down to the almost bare stage, minute scenery changes and very abrupt ending, house lights up. It was a... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Charles Dickens' novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, was the last work in his illustrious career.  Noted for his well-drawn, meticulous characterizations, Drood presents a particular problem, for Dickens unfortunately died before the novel was completed. What... Continue Reading →

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