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#HFF19 ‘Dandy Darkly’s All Aboard’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Dandy Darkly is a fantastic storyteller in the classic American tradition of Mark Twain, telling ghostly tales peppered with a liberal amount of political activism. Where he and Twain differ is the sparkly jumpsuit, the fiendish... Continue Reading →

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#HFF19 ‘The Death of Sam Mobean’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey One of the great things about attending the Fringe annually is that you remember what actors, writers, directors, or groups do work of high caliber or that is your “style.” Michael Shaw Fisher is one of... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Olivia Wilde Does Not Survive The Apocalypse, reviewed

HollywReviewed by Matt Ritchey Playwright Matthew Robinson and producing partner Robbie DeVillez have done some great shows over past Fringes – Blackballed, Mary's Medicine, Politically Challenged, – and all of them have had some insightful themes and important things to... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Mil Grus’, reviewed

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move “The fool alone can speak truth.” When we’re spontaneous. When we’re silly. When we’re unfiltered, unfettered, un-cautionary and honest to the core. These are the moments when humans are wondrous and at... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3: Serving L.A. Theater Audiences by Serving the Story

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Artistic Director Tim True is looking to the present, not just for his theater company Door Number 3, but for Los Angeles audiences. Some of his former Portland group (Third Rail Repertory Theatre)... Continue Reading →

Track 16 Presents Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors, a series of satirical political portraits

Track 16 will present Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors in a series of satirical portraits of Donald Trump, members of his cabinet, and inner circle – painted in Conal’s signature black and white style, each with a blazon of biting... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘ Keeping Up with the Prozorovs’, reviewed

by Bob Rich In the lively production Keeping Up with the Prozorovs, (Anton Chekhov's) three sisters Olga, Masha and Irina leave a small Russian city and head for Moscow to become the Kardashians.  Of the three, Masha (Fabianne Meyer) is... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Jake and the Angel’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey David Caprita's Jake and the Angel is a mix of a modern telling of the Biblical tale and the all-too-poignant theme of suicide. You wouldn't imagine something like that to be really funny and upbeat, but it... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Night of the Rootbeer’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Getting tickets to an All-Star game in MLB isn't easy and will set you back hundreds of dollars. Getting tickets to an All-Star Fringe show at Three Clubs is free. And will free your mind. There are... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The High Captain’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The High Captain is an entertaining and thought-provoking look at politics. Eight shipwrecked barge workers try to establish a functional government on a desert island. We witness a spectrum of emotions during the power struggles on the... 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 →

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