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Steve Spiro scores big in “UK Underdog”

“UK Underdog,” written and performed by Steve Spiro, is the latest talk of the town in regional theatre, now playing at the Zephyr Theatre. Steve Spiro, in his provocative one man show, brings to life onstage his autobiographical experiences, tracing … Continue reading

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Big City Dreams… in “Broadway Bound”

Neil Simon is the quintessential New York comedic playwright (whose genius will be forever remembered and missed); and his play “Broadway Bound” is currently showing at the Miles Memorial Playhouse in Santa Monica. Quite bittersweet indeed! Neil Simon has the … Continue reading

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“Infidel” Offers Hope in the Name of God @ the Whitefire

“Infidel,” written by Christopher Vened (known for his solo piece, “Human Identity”), is now in its run at the Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks. It is truly one of the most forceful, provocative and politically relevant shows onstage in today’s theatre … Continue reading

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“26 Pebbles,” Build the World with Love @ Theatre 40

“26 Pebbles” is a play that is a remarkable tribute to the participants and precious souls lost in the national tragedy, known as Sandy Hook, referring to Sandy Hook Elementary School, where on December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza shot and … Continue reading

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The LA Homeless: from street to screen… in “The Advocates”

This film, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2018, will bring the daunting problem of homelessness some much needed exposure and awareness, as it’s gotten overwhelming, significantly in my neighborhood, Koreatown. In years past, if you were to … Continue reading

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Forgive…and Move On… in “Jews, Christians and Screwing Stalin”

“Jews, Christians And Stealing Stalin,” is a beautifully constructed play, written by Mark Lonow and Jo Anne Astrow, and directed by Mark Lonow, and is in essence, a light comedy about dark secrets; kitchen table Jewish humor, just as we … Continue reading

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From hoodlum to hell to hero: George Christie‘s “Outlaw – one man show” @ the Whitefire Theatre

Just thinking of the image of Hells Angels, and the following instantly comes to mind: rough and tumble , leather , tattoos , muscles, bandanas, motorcycles, menacing. All that… and much, much more were part of the lifeblood, sweat and … Continue reading

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