Monthly Archives: May 2017

Write Act Repertory makes no wrong turns…in “Freeway Dreams”

“Freeway Dreams ” marks the reentry of the Write Act Repertory from New York to Los Angeles and appropriately pays homage to the city’s complex freeways, and frustrations thereof. ¬†It validates the amazing quality and value of this company’s productions … Continue reading

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That’s A Spicy Schtick… in “My Mother’s Italian My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy”

Now playing at the Colony Theatre in Burbank, this play, written by Steve Solomon, and portrayed by Peter Fogel, is the story of one man, a Jewish-Italian hybrid, as it were. ¬†Steve’s only true passion, right from an early age, … Continue reading

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Jewish Women’s Theatre: Courage at the Core

So many classics and memoirs have been written, centering on the theme of courage; to name a few, “Red Badge of Courage,” and JFK’s “Profiles in Courage.” On that note, the Jewish Women’s Theatre & Newground: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for … Continue reading

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