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“Someone Else’s House: Worth A Virtual Visit @ Geffen Stayhouse

I received my gift box, in suspenseful anticipation of the Geffen Stayhouse’s newest virtual show, “Someone Else’s House,” written by award winning multimedia artist Jared Mezzocchi, and directed by Margot Bordelon, in collaboration with Virtual Design Collective.  The box’ contents included … Continue reading

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Mary Todd Lincoln, Interrupted…in “The Ghosts of Mary Lincoln”

The stuff of good theatre involves the storytelling of real people, real life ordeals and struggles, complex situations, and ability to endure. And that’s what fine drama should be all about. Such is the case in “The Ghosts of Mary … Continue reading

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Mind Blowing Magic @ Theatre 40

A night of magic, mentalists, mimes, and mystery brought the audience back to the vaudeville days of the Orpheum Circuit Tour, as Felix Jones hosted and entertained an enchanting evening, so real it was almost hard to believe it was … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Culinary World in “Bollywood Kitchen” @ the Geffen

In a world currently inundated with the most creative and innovative culinary reality shows streaming on cable networks, the Geffen Stayhouse takes a similar leap in presenting “Bollywood Kitchen: Culinary Theatre.”  Distinguished writer/director/producer Sri Rao takes us on a dazzling, delicious journey … Continue reading

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Richard Shelton Channels Frank in “Sinatra: Raw” at the Sorting Room @ the Wallis

This one man show, performed by the magnificent Richard Shelton, brings one back to the nostalgic, romantic  time when nightclubs such as the Ruby Dunes and the Purple Room in  Palm Springs reigned supreme.  Starring Richard Shelton, who magnificently embodies the essence and … Continue reading

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An Aha Moment to Hold Onto

Lots of layers and intricacies, as revealed in the Braid’s newest show, .   It’s the moment in one’s life that serves as a wake up call, a figurative shofar call.  Now a common, everyday term in the lexicon, aha moments are anything … Continue reading

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Suspense in the Air in “Citizen Detective” @ the Geffen

“Citizen Detective” is yet another gem from the creative forces at the Geffen Playhouse. Written and directed by Chelsea Marcantel, and featuring Paloma Nozicka and Mike Ostroski, is a suspenseful whodunnit, actively engaging the zoom audience, to solve the crime, … Continue reading

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Angel Gains her Wings in “Through My Eyes” @ The Whitefire

Angel (Angel Guice) floats in her own little bubble of light and love, as she performs a soliloquy of liturgical poetry, dance, and song. She conveys to the audience viewing on zoom, an intimate sense of her self perception as … Continue reading

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Natasha McCrea Tells Her Story & Changes Lives in “Evolution of a Love Addict” @ the Whitefire

Loving…letting go…moving on…finding one’s soulmate. Many a self help book, poem, song, film, and theatre performance has been created on said subject. Now, unlike any other, in a superb class of its own, comes renowned author and love healer Natasha … Continue reading

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Tell Your Friends to Go See “Tell Him It’s Jackie” @ Dugan’s Backyard Playhouse

Tom Dugan (Wiesenthal, The Ghosts of Mary Lincoln, Robert E. Lee- Shades of Grey) is an innovative playwright/historian, bringing biopic solo shows to the stage, highlighting iconic historic figures. In “Tell Him It’s Jackie,” Dugan’s current production, being performed in … Continue reading

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