Monthly Archives: May 2019

JWT: My 2nd Home for Outstanding Theatre

So many adages come to mind when thinking of home: ‘you can’t go home again,’ ‘be it ever so humble, there’s no place like it,’ ‘home is where the heart is,’ ‘home sweet home.’ At the end of the day, … Continue reading

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Hershey Felder’s Debut of Debussy @ The Wallis

The fabulously talented Hershey Felder returns to the stage at the Wallis Annenberg in A Paris Love Story: featuring the music of Claude Debussy. Felder has performed his musical impressionist (sui generis) genre of one man shows many times (over … Continue reading

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No Looking Back… in “Moving On,” EST/LA’s one act plays @ Atwater Village Theatre

‘Movin’ On,’ ‘Let it Go,’ ‘Life Goes On,’ many a song and poem has been written on said topic. Now a series of innovative, poignant one act plays are presented by Ensemble Studio Theatre (EST/LA) at the Atwater Village Theatre. … Continue reading

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Fairy Godparents to the Rescue…in “The Prom”

In today’s complex world, adolescents are faced with difficult tasks of discovering their self identity, clarifying their sexual roles, assenting independence, learning to cope with authority and searching for goals that would give their lives meaning. Cyber bullying and small … Continue reading

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Food & Freud… All in one day @ LAJFF

Can 200 years of Jewish history and culture be explored in a day? Chewdaism, an ambitious documentary about Montreal’s Jewish history and culture, pulls it off. Hosted by filmmakers Eli Battalion and Jamie Elman who provide hilarious asides throughout (mostly … Continue reading

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Laemmle’s Legacy … Film Premiere @ LAJFF

3 amazing documentaries have recently been brought to the silver screen, all based on amazingly resilient, positive human beings, all with tremendous compassion and ability to impact change, save lives, and inspire people, young and older. The three I refer … Continue reading

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Swing on by the Write Act Rep for “Swing”

“Swing,” a new musical, written by Michael Antin, and produced by Tamra Pica and John Lant is yet another remarkable production, now in its run at the Write Act Repertory, Noho Arts District. It takes place in the Baltimore neighborhood … Continue reading

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