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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 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 ‘Othello & Otis’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move As a female driven production, Othello & Otis is sentient in its ability to explore white apathy towards the African American community. Interwoven by spoken word, movement and singing - going back and forth... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Jack Benny (A Menage En Train)’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey It’s Bertolt Benny time at Three Clubs on a hard-hittin’ noirish train ride into poetic surrealism. Twice. Padua Playwrights' Jack Benny (A Menage En Train) was preceded on preview night by a brief explanation by creators Juli Crockett,... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: Angel’s Flight

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Someone to watch over me..." The sexiest surprise this year at Hollywood Fringe filled the Three Clubs on Vine with the worst campy one-liners of all time, goofy gags, a ridiculous premise, smokin'... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: Nilbog: The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of Troll 2

Reviewed by Benjamin Schwartz Adapting the cult-classic Troll 2 for the stage is not easy. The structure is a mess, the plot has major holes and non-sequators, the character goals and intentions make no sense and the film is just... Continue Reading →

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