21 September 2019

 

 

The world premiere of Leda Siskind’s thought provoking, topical The Surveillance Trilogy is so perfectly timed - opening the same week that Edward Snowden’s book Permanent Record has been published and...

19 September 2019

I have just read a superb book by Mark Isaacs, an Australian who has documented several years of effort by a group of incredibly committed young people in Afghanistan to build peace in that war-...

09 September 2019

 

 

Artists Rise Up Los Angeles returned to the stage on August 27 at The Federal NoHo in order to raise consciousness and cash for a cause. The live performance also raised lots of laughter, as the show was co-presented...

29 August 2019

The 2019 Paul Robeson Theatre Festival took place Aug. 23 - 25 with the theme of Awakening the Past, Present and Future: A Retrospective. This third biennial event was presented in Theatre Four at L.A. Theatre Center in...

24 August 2019

What I loved about director/co-writer Hari Sama’s This is Not Berlin is that it immersed me (and I suspect most grinning Gringos and other non-Mexicans) into a world I’d never encountered before. Set in Mexico City in the mid-...

21 August 2019

A Noise Within’s Frankenstein is one of the most unique plays I’ve ever seen. Using British playwright Nick Dear’s adaptation, the drama opens with one of the best “jump cuts” I’ve seen since that ape-like being in 2001: A...

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