Monthly Archives: March 2019

Suspense is in the Air…in “The Sound or Murder”

“The Sound of Murder” is yer another gem from the creative forces at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills. David Hunt Stafford is the main character (Charles), a very successful children’s book writer, who, in actuality, hates children (one of the … Continue reading

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A Show of ‘Elephantine Quality,’ @ The El Portal

Based on the true story of John Merrick, “The Elephant Man” at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, transforms a simple space into a major theatrical production into a show with spectacular appeal. Written by Bernard Pomerance and directed … Continue reading

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Purim Megi-la-la-la @ WBT Westside

OMG, what could be a bettah treat than a Purim Shalach Manot, than watching my four favorite songstresses/comediennes performing a spiel on my favorite show, entitled “The Marvelous Mrs. Shulshan.” Shelly Goldstein, Rena Strober, Monica Piper, and Wendy Hammers were … Continue reading

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One can Never Have “Too Much Sun…”

Is there ever really “too much sun?” when summer vacationing at the seaside paradise of Cape Cod (personally my favorite spot!). Such is the premise in “Too Much Sun,” by Nicky Silvers, now showing at the illustrious Odyssey Theatre. This … Continue reading

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Knowing the Right Words to Say… in “It’s A Life”

Death and dying are subjects quite sensitive to bring to the stage, yet Jewish Women’s Theatre, under the artistic direction of Ronda Spinak, brings this delicate subject alive in “It’s A Life.” The audience can’t help but revel in the … Continue reading

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Shelly Goldstein: “Golden, Gorgeous & Groovy”

It was a night of “groovy girl” nostalgia indeed, as Shelly Goldstein, comedienne and vocalist extraordinaire, presented “How the Groovy Girls Saved the World,” at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood. She ‘dazzled’ the crowd, as she began the evening … Continue reading

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Over the Moon for “The Old Man and the Old Moon”

Many a fable, folk and fairy tale have been written about the mystical, magical moon, and legends on its mysterious waxing and waning. Now gracing the stage at the Wallis Annenberg, is the PigPen Theatre Company, in all its glory, … Continue reading

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