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New York Times Declines To Name Play In Review

New York Times Last week, the New York Times Theater section ran a review headlined A Play With a Crude Name and a Powerfully Dark View. The play, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, currently in production at Signature Theater,... Continue Reading →

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Nudescapes: Private Dreams in Public Places

“These artworks not only wake us up to our own corporeality, but they also return us to the real world that we have forsaken for a digital one. Nu Som gives us back our neglected visible and physical world, our... Continue Reading →

Br’er Cotton Receiving Rolling World Premiere at The Zephyr

by Guy Picot L.A. company Lower Depths Theater Ensemble is excited to be presenting the Rolling World Premiere of Br'er Cotton by Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm from September 23 through October 29, 2017, at the Zephyr Theatre, Los Angeles. Rolling World... Continue Reading →

The Crusade of Connor Stephens Play Streams Live August 3rd

How do families with differing viewpoints survive in Trump’s America? The August 3, 2017 performance of the Off-Broadway production The Crusade of Connor Stephens will be live-streamed, allowing theater-lovers to experience the critically-acclaimed production from anywhere in the world. The... Continue Reading →

Something to Learn from ‘Obama-ology’ at Skylight Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move He wanted to be a part of history and create change. He did. Obama-olgy now playing at the Skylight Theatre Los Feliz, CA, is not particularly a story about the President or his... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: Politically Challenged

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Although a bit naively written, Politically Challenged has narrative moments of surprise especially when one of two assistant campaign managers outsmarts the other during an election meltdown all too similar to the... Continue Reading →

Towne Street Theatre “In Response”

 Towne Street Theatre, L.A.'s premiere African-American Theatre Company with Curator Connie Martin Trevino present a special In Response Visual Art Exhibit in response to Race Relations & Politics in America at the Stella Adler/LA Art Gallery from April 9 – 24 at Stella Adler Theatre, 6773 Hollywood... Continue Reading →

Controversial “Mosque Alert” Play Opens in Chicago

"Mosque Alert," a bold new play by award winning playwright Jamil Khoury, will receive a professional world premiere production, this Spring, from March 24 to May 1, 2016 at Silk Road Rising in The Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 W. Washington... Continue Reading →

Hungry for a Great Story? EAT YOUR WORDS

Eat your words is back on February 5th!  If you haven't participated in this mashup of stories, chefs, bartenders and urban foodies, this week's event will make you salivate with stories inspired by a food politics.  It'll be the best... Continue Reading →

Nickel and Dimed at The Hudson Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move During the mid 90's, living in New York City, I lost my job at a time when Manhattan was becoming less and less forgiving of artists who couldn't afford to be creative under... Continue Reading →

Is The Cost Too High for the Garment Industry?

Fresh off the heels of National Women's Day, the celebration which began in the 1900's as an initiative by women for  fair compensation in the workplace, among other issues, Gia On The Move is getting a small dose of modern... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day – Remember Your Rights

International Women’s Day traces its origins back to a protest by women garment workers in New York (circa 1908) against poor working conditions. At its core, International Women’s Day was about the right to work – and the right to work in fair... Continue Reading →

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