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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 →

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‘Please Don’t Grab my P#$$y’: A Rhyming Presidential Guide Available Oct 30

Two years after the infamous Access Hollywood tape of our current President Donald Trump, comes a delightfully illustrated poetry guide to what is—and is not—available for grabbing. In Please Don’t Grab my P#$$y: A Rhyming Presidential Guide, co-writers and masters of... 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 ‘The Women of Lockerbie’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Women of Lockerbie is about a father and mother who just lost their son, who was a passenger on a tragic airplane flight. Wisely, this play was written with an abundance of poetry, a little levity... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘A Mile In My Shoes’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey There’s a cliché phrase that goes, “I laughed, I cried, it was better than CATS.” The cliché is true for A Mile In My Shoes, Kathryn Taylor Smith’s one-woman show about the journey of homeless citizens in... Continue Reading →

85 Artists Awarded Fellowships for Winter-Spring Residencies

Press Release The MacDowell Colony has awarded fellowships to 85 artists from 20 states and six countries, working in seven disciplines. The fellowships are for upcoming late-winter and spring residencies at the nation’s first artist residency program. The incoming group... Continue Reading →

Shiv at The Theatre @ Boston Court

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move. “It’s just a story about a girl who wouldn’t get off her mattress.” That was the line, actual words of playwright Aditi Brennan Kapil that had audiences at Boston Court giggling after all... Continue Reading →

Naked Poetry at Temporary Space LA

A confluence of poetry, art, and music, Naked Poetry is a collaborative performance piece created and choreographed by artists Richard Shelton and Carlini Nuñez set against a poetry backdrop selected by Mary Lou Rutberg. Featured poetry  curated by Mary Lou Rutbergwill... Continue Reading →

The Carrie Hamilton at The Pasadena Playhouse Celebrates Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz in ‘Properties of Silence’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move 'Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.'   ~Buddha For its commemorative 25th anniversary Properties of Silence, produced by About…Productions in residence at The Carrie Hamilton Theatre... Continue Reading →

Fringe Up HFF14: 100 (K)nights Of the Urban Geisha: A Sex/Love Worker Memoir, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move She's the real deal. 100 (K)nights Of the Urban Geisha: A Sex/Love Worker Memoir playing at the Complex Theatre is not a regular show.  It is a reading and reenactment of the partial journal of Mariko Passion,... Continue Reading →

Record Number of California Counties To Participate This Year in “Poetry Out Loud”

This year, 40 thousand students, a record number, will  be represented in the Capitol for the California Poetry Out Loud state finals slated to take place on March 23rd and 24th in Sacramento, CA. "Poetry Out Loud engages thousands of California's... Continue Reading →

EAT WRITE and Muddy Leek Toss Tasty Words and More – Again – on March 20th

EAT WRITE and Muddy Leek Restaurant . A treat for your belly and soul. Something delicious served up by master chef Whitney Flood complimented by some tasty words and music. Produced by Conrad Romo and featuring:  Melinda Hill, Ron Darian,... Continue Reading →

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