Monthly Archives: April 2018

Rosalee Glass: A Life Well Lived and Loved

In Rosalee Glass’ latest ‘can-do’ projects, she writes an online book of her most inspirational sayings, one being “be sure to go to the doctor early!”  In fact, her physician, Dr. Huizenga, who truly finds inspiration and purpose in life … Continue reading

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LA Jewish Film Fest: 13th year and going strong

In a celebratory kickoff to its 13th Bar/Bat Mitzvah  year, the LA Jewish Film Fest held its opening night with a premiere of “Sammy Davis Jr. I’ve Gotta Be Me,” at the Ahrya Fine Arts in Beverly Hills.  In the … Continue reading

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“Bad Jews,” Good Show

The Odyssey Theatre in West Los Angeles presents “Bad Jews,” astutely written by Joshua Harmon (whose “Significant Other” is now at the Geffen); and fiercely directed by Dana Resnick. This hilarious yet deeply profound play premiered at New York’s Roundabout … Continue reading

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Just loved “L.O.V.E.R!”

The one woman show, L.O.V.E.R. , performed and written by dynamo Lois Robbins, is now in its run at the Zephyr Theatre. The show is an eye opening, empathetic, cathartic bravura solo performance. As a writer, her prose and delivery … Continue reading

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Healing Emotional Wounds… in “Damaged Furniture.”

A play as well performed and profoundly written as Howard Skora’s newest, “Damaged Furniture,” deserves the highest of accolades. Rarely have I seen a family ‘dramedy’ with characters this sharp or dialogue this funny. As a story of humans coming … Continue reading

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