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Solo Show ‘The Bench’ Tackles L.A. Homelessness at the Hudson Theatre

Contributed by Brian Wallace @SplashofWallace "Wait. You're what??" Those were three of the first words Robert Galinsky heard when he arrived in Los Angeles. They were coming from the mouth of the hotel clerk as he was checking in. "Doing... Continue Reading →

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‘I Am Charlie’ at the Promenade Playhouse Isn’t Really About Charles Manson.

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Psychologically mediocre, I Am Charlie at the Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica, CA doesn't reveal anything new about all that has been written on the late American criminal, cult leader and L.A. music industry... Continue Reading →

‘Martians – An Evening with Ray Bradbury’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Many one-person shows about famous personages involve an actor doing an impression of said personage talking directly to the audience about their life, giving us a biography with dramatic flair. Martians - An Evening with Ray Bradbury... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Nephew of the Universe’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There was admittedly a certain fascination (for me) with seeing Nephew of the Universe. The Indian spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy, whose meditation center, one of many, was located in Queens, NY, was well-known... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Final Preparations’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Christopher Lyons’s Final Preparations at Studio/Stage is a one-man horror show about an aesthetician giving a young girl’s corpse a final make-up preparation before her showing. Things, of course, are not as they seem, and so ensues... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Play On! A Musical Romp with Shakespeare’s Heroines’, reviewed

by Bob Rich In her uplifting production Play On! A Musical Romp with Shakespeare's Heroines, Laura Jo Trexler treats us to a tour-de-force performance in a musical journey through Shakespeare’s plays, giving voice to famous women from his classic works.... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Kassandra’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move She asked the gods for greatness. But the gods can be cruel. She became the seeress who told the truth, but was not to believed. On the morning she is to die, King... 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 →

HFF18 ‘The Day I Became Black’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey If you see no other show this Fringe season, see Bill Posley’s The Day I Became Black, an astounding solo performance about growing up bi-racial in America. Posley is, first off, an incredibly charming and natural performer,... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Word’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey JJ Mayes and Victor Isaac are responsible for some of the best and funniest material at the Hollywood Fringe over the years and The Word is no exception. A one-man show “Brought to you by the First... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Meatball Chronicles’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move How To Be Invisible is a recipe that has been handed down from one female generation to the next. And it's the one concoction that Debrianna Mansini just can't seem to adapt, nor... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Sam Shaber: Life, Death & Duran Duran

by Bob Rich In her production Life, Death & Duran Duran, Ms. Sam Shaber takes us on a wistful, humorous journey, filled with stories and songs about her childhood dreams, her loved ones and her fond memories of the iconic... Continue Reading →

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