Gia On The Move


Oscar Wilde

‘Dorian’s Descent’ at the Met Theatre Hollywood

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Intermission finally happened at 10pm. And yet, there were 8 more songs to go. What should have been a triumphant musical debut ended up as an exhausting, overly-long, awkward vocal translation. DOMA Theatre... Continue Reading →

LA Theatre Works To Record Live Performance of ‘Salomé’

James Marsters, Kate Steele and John Vickery head the cast when L.A. Theatre Works presents Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece, Salomé, the story of the exotic and seductive young woman whose obsession with revenge leads this Biblical tale to its inevitable end — the beheading of... Continue Reading →

Gia On The Move reviews: ‘Those Whom The Gods Love’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move We live in a delusional culture.  It is that simple. There may be Those Whom The Gods Love, but in writer/director Olivia Lilley's two act drama of 3 people trying to live a... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews: The Importance of Being Ernest

Lady Bracknell: I have always had the opinion that a man who desires to be married should know everything or nothing. Which do you know? Jack: I know nothing, Lady Bracknell Lady Bracknell: I am pleased to hear it. I do not approve of anything that tampers with natural ignorance.

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