Monthly Archives: June 2018

A Delightful Duo in an Evening of Musical Theatre @ The Wallis

Zina Goldrich & Marcy Heisler, longstanding musical theatre faves, both on east and west coasts, graced the stage of the Sorting Room at the Wallis, as part of the summer 2018 “Sorting Room Summer Series.” This enjoyable evening of upbeat … Continue reading

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Forget your Troubles, come hear “The Book That I’m Going To Write,” by Judy Garland @ the Fringe

Jason Powell perfectly captures the passion, the talent, and most of all the angst of the legendary Judy Garland, in his solo show at the Fringe 2018. This is a new, original play adapted from spoken word recordings, and Powell … Continue reading

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All I can say is WOW! for “Ageless Wonder”

“Ageless Wonder” is the catch-all phrase that succinctly captures the essence of writer/performer Mindy Fradkin’s solo show at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.   She starts off by telling her audience that she was once one of the Beatles’ screaming fans … Continue reading

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Filling the House @ The Pico Playhouse for “A Giant Void in my Soul”

How to fill a void in one’s soul has been the existential question of the universe forever.  Playwright Bernard Cubria tackles this conundrum head on in a brilliant, artistic exploration between Fool 1 (Karla Mosley) and Fool 2 (Kim Hamilton), … Continue reading

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Put “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” on your Short List

“Long Day’s Journey Into Night” is truly a renowned literary masterpiece, from whose own personal life, playwright Eugene O’Neill created a story both evocative and powerful. His writing and style is extremely relatable, with characters so real, their emotions worn … Continue reading

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Melinda ‘Grace’s The Stage In her one woman show in Fringe Fest 2018

“Confessions of a Hopeful Southerner… in front of Strangers” is a creative, original and honest look at Melinda Grace (Mel)’s passion for excellence and success in her chosen craft of acting. In her one woman show, she plays 19 different … Continue reading

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Steven Shaw ‘finds himself’ in “Lost and Found: A Guilt Trip Through Show Business

“Lost and Found” is a wonderful collaboration between two talented individuals in show business: Steven Shaw and Joan Darling.  This is a one man play about the fascinating life of Steven Shaw, who is both writer and performer.  He comes … Continue reading

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