Gia On The Move


Rogue Artists Ensemble

‘Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin’ Is An Adventure For The Hyper-Curious

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I was sitting with a theater director from Chicago recently who asked me to explain hyper-theater. She had never heard the term and was completely curious if it was even a real name,... Continue Reading →

“Wait did that thing just smirk?” The real hyper-edge of Wood Boy Dog Fish

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler The beloved children's classic The Adventures of Pinocchio by Italian author Carlo Collodi takes on magical new life in Wood Boy Dog Fish now playing at Bootleg Theater. Written by Chelsea Sutton with Rogue Artists Ensemble,... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF15 #Reviews : Shakespeare(ish)

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move This shows begins right where it ends, in a kind of no man’s land of Shakespeare’s words, tropes, poetic styles and 8 year old fantasies of the more famous stories in the catalog. ... Continue Reading →

Rogue Artists Ensemble: Have You Seen This Heart?

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Dark and twisted, Rogue Artists Ensemble managed to captivate audiences with a macabre take on the classic Italian tale (with a twist) Pinocchio. Not a dry eye in the house. Definitely not me. Gia On... Continue Reading →

How To Survive A Zombie Invasion: Undead Hordes Descend On Chinatown

Zombies invade L.A.'s Chinatown this Halloween during a special one night only event! Fifth Floor Gallery hosts the Rogue Artists Ensemble who will engage in live puppet performances and provide a zombie makeup station. The night includes openings at many of the... Continue Reading →

D is for Dog at The Hudson Stage at Hollywood Fringe

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In the darkly comedic, Orwellian pseudo soap, D is for Dog, presented by Rogue Artists Ensemble, we live in a futuristic vision of our 1950’s past, interspersed by Aunt Jemima breakfast commercials, Betty Crocker cake mixes, and... Continue Reading →

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