Gia On The Move



#HFF19 ‘Mr. Yunioshi’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey There are no rules for solo shows and the ones that break solo conventions usually reap the rewards, especially if the way the subject matter is addressed is passionate, unique, and smart. J. Elijah Cho’s Mr.... Continue Reading →

Rebuilding Lives After Katrina: Fountain Theatre’s ‘Runaway Home’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move According to Fountain Theatre co-artistic director, Stephen Sachs, Runaway Home, a world premiere by Jeremy J. Kamps, directed by Shirley Jo Finney, puts a human face on citizens rebuilding after Katrina. And although..."the... Continue Reading →

Chromolume Presents 2nd Annual Voices Festival

Helmed by founder Bonnie Joy Sludikoff, local non-profit campaign That’s What She Didn’t Say is partnering with Chromolume Theatre at the Attic in Los Angeles to present the 2nd Annual Outdoor Voices Festival. The campaign and the festival share the... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 A Soldier’s Play Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, A Soldiers Play has been brought to life at the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival by producers Victor Isaac, Jefferson Reid and John Tosetti along with a largely African-American... Continue Reading →

Mirror Mirror the Musical

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Mirror mirror on the wall...  It wasn’t particularly plausible even for a fairy tale, that is, if you are dealing with fairy tales in their most traditional sense – with reality.  Its foremost... 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 →

Zulu Time at the Hudson Backstage Theatre

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler With #BlackLivesMatter trending alongside a US Supreme Court #LoveWins ruling, the time is ripe for explorations of injustice and dignity in America. Former Navy pilot-turned-playwright Charles N. Faerber’s, Zulu Time, at the Hudson Backstage Theatre, directed... Continue Reading →

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