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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 →

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Can You Go Too Far? GLAAD Nom. Tina Alexis Allen Finding Humanity in L.A. Revival of ‘Extremities’

Contributed by Brian Wallace A man comes in and asks for Joe. The woman in the room says there is no such person. The man persists. She resists. He tries to rape her and she fights back. Stretch this out... Continue Reading →

Rose McGowan To Speak at Women’s March Womens Convention

Activist, artist and founder of #ROSEARMY An Army of Truth, Rose McGowan will bring her special brand of fire to help kick off the Women's Convention. Rose will be a featured speaker at the Women's Convention, which will take place in... Continue Reading →

The Wallis to Live Stream “Architects of Change Live” Panel on Thurs., Feb. 4, 2016

A special live stream of Debbie Allen’s Freeze Frame benefit gala performance, followed by an onstage Architects of Change Live panel conversation on violence in America hosted and presented by Maria Shriver and Allen as part of Shriver’s ongoing Architects of... Continue Reading →

‘Hooked’ at the Los Angeles Theater Festival

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Jillian Leigh's Hooked, now receiving its World Premiere as part of the inaugural season of the Los Angeles Theater Festival, offers many ingredients that can make for a compelling, if gritty and disturbing, evening of theater... Continue Reading →

Film to Watch: ‘Prince’ – at Arena Cinema Hollywood Aug 14

Seventeen-year-old Ayoub has a lot on his plate: his father is a junkie, his mother is a lonely divorcé, and his sister is falling in with the wrong crowd. Haunted by his father's terrible reputation, Ayoub can't get the attention... Continue Reading →

Film to Watch: The Stanford Prison Experiment

It is the summer of 1971. Dr. Philip Zimbardo launches a study on the psychology of imprisonment. Twenty-four male undergraduates are randomly assigned to be either a guard or a prisoner. Set in a simulated jail, the project unfolds. The... Continue Reading →

Bloody Branding Blow-Up: Urban Outfitters in the Ugly Spotlight

Yesterday  Gia On The Move was contacted by Kate Connors of Media Communications Strategies regarding the controversy surrounding the Urban Outfitters Kent Stage Sweatshirt outrage offering an opinion about the uproar.  We thought it was important enough to share with... Continue Reading →

Bash at The Asylum Lab: Gia On The Move Reviews

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move For his directorial debut at the Asylum Lab, Abanoub Andraous, chose stark simplicity right down to the almost bare stage, minute scenery changes and very abrupt ending, house lights up. It was a... Continue Reading →

The ‘Other F Word’ To Donate 100% of Hollywood Fringe Festival Proceeds to Stop Violence Against Women

Crooked Heart Theater will donate 100% of proceeds from the Hollywood Fringe Festival run of The Other F Work to Eve Ensler's V-Day, to help stop violence against women and girls. "Eve Ensler has been a huge inspiration for me... Continue Reading →

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