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The Broadwater Plunge Unveils First Cocktail Menu

Five Drinks, Each A Nod to Duffy Family’s History in Bars Today, the family behind The Broadwater Plunge, 6324 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038, actor Patrick Duffy, his son Padraic Duffy and Emily Kosloski, wife of the younger... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘Dracula’s Taste Test’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Nobody does it better.  Makes me feel sad for the rest. Nobody does it...half as good as you.  Baby you're the best. Dracula's Taste Test couldn't get any Fringier and that's exactly what... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Personal Privilege and True Tales From Tap City’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "It's not my way to wear my heart on my sleeve, but I will take some personal privilege." There are several themes arranged inside Piano Man Richard Levinson's (12 Bars, Thanks A Lot –... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The less said about the Burglars of Hamm’s Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk, the better. It is an experience you will enjoy all the more if you are not prepared. But the basics: Swedish playwright Lars Mattsun’s famous play... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Sam Shepard & Patti Smith’s ‘Cowboy Mouth’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Extemporaneous and absolutely beautiful in all its savage bizarreness. This new staging of the one-act play, Cowboy Mouth, originally conceived, written and performed by Sam Shepard and Patti Smith as a theory on... 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 ‘Skin Jobs’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Jim Vejvoda’s Skin Jobs does a fantastic job of not only tackling a modern cultural problem, but of expertly creating conflict and tension between characters whose arguments are both 100% valid and defensible – but the actions... 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 ‘Easy Targets – Artists and Heroes’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The Burglars of Hamm are geniuses. Easy Targets is a show with a simple, amazing premise: audiences are forced to watch four short hysterically awful one-person shows, but are given balled-up socks and are allowed to pelt... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Mackers’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A raucous, lightly interactive musical opening welcomes theater-goers before the comedic, and oh, so, (YES!), awesomely abbreviated version of the Scottish play whose name no one has a problem uttering in-house, over and... 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 ‘Balls’ON’, reviewed

by Bob Rich In her humorous, thought-provoking one-woman show Balls’ON, at The Broadwater, Katt Balsan takes us on an international trip from France to America. Along the way, she performs an astonishing 25 different characters for us. During the amazing journey,... Continue Reading →

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