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Theatre 68

‘An Evening of Betrayal’ with The 6th Act

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Deception is a lot of work! Just when you think you are stepping away from a humdrum relationship, suddenly the boredom creeps right back into the routine of what used to be an... Continue Reading →

Theatre 68 Celebrates 17yrs with Festival of Plays

In celebration of their 17th Year in Los Angeles, Ronnie Marmo and Theatre 68 are proud to present A Theatre 68 Festival of great works. Both the Mainstage and the Flex Theatre will be utilized for the festival, which will... Continue Reading →

‘I Am Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce’ a Tour de Force

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A tour de force performance may sound like the kind of hyperbole far too lightly used about a great many undeserving moments in today's absurdly hyperbolic world. In the case of Ronnie Marmo... Continue Reading →

Theatre 68 Opens with an Impressive “A Time To Kill”

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Theatre 68 premiered its 2016-17 season on October 14 at its new North Hollywood home with, A Time To Kill, the cutting edge legal suspense thriller adapted for stage by Rupert Holmes based... Continue Reading →

St. Nick Gets Licked in Theatre 68’s “Who Killed Santa?”

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler It’s Christmas time and y’all know what that means. Theaters everywhere are scurrying to out-Yule each other, mounting countless A Christmas Carols... or their allergic counterparts. Theatre 68 has opted for the latter in Neil Haven’s Who Killed... Continue Reading →

Dracula: An Erratic Redux at Theatre 68 NOHO

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler A pale bare leg sneaking out a naughty nighty blocks my entrance through the theater door. Slowly it recedes and bids me welcome to watch a coterie of scantily-clad succubi commix with frenzied dames in an... Continue Reading →

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